8 Tips To Fully Enjoy Sushi Nori’s P599+ Unlimited Sushi Promo
Jul 6, 2020 7:01:25 PM
Heads up, sushi lovers: You have until February 25, 2018 to avail of Sushi Nori’s P599+ Unli Sushi Weekends at W City Center in Bonifacio Global City.
Come by from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday, and you can enjoy two full hours of unlimited Okonomiyaki Rolls, California Maki, BNY Rolls, Crazy Kani Temaki, Firecracker Temaki, and Sushi Dreams Temaki! View the full promo mechanics here.
We’ve come up with a few tips you can do before, during, and after the meal for a more enjoyable unlimited sushi experience!
Eat light, easily digestible meals beforehand
Some people avoid eating hours before a lunch or dinner buffet. While this practice does make you hungrier and more likely to consume more for the next meal and max out that P599+ promo price, it also makes it difficult to know when to stop eating.
Pigging out is fine—as long as you stop before you get uncomfortably full.
The solution is to eat light, easily digested fare like yogurt, oatmeal, or fish paired with brown rice two to three hours before your unlimited sushi run. You’ll feel just hungry enough to enjoy all that sushi without the need to continuously order more.
Exercise before going to the buffet spread
Schedule your daily workout before your unlimited sushi run to burn calories and increase your appetite!
The carbs (rice) and protein (crab, salmon, etc.) that make up the sushi rolls on offer help your body recover and build muscle post-workout.
Stay hydrated throughout the day
According to a professional eater, drinking water throughout the day keeps your stomach stretched and ready to take in more food.
You’ll need the space if you want to sample all six kinds of unlimited sushi!
Have a bite of something sweet during the meal
Feelings of nausea (colloquially known as umay) are common when during all-you-can-eat buffets and unlimited sushi runs.
Balance your blood sugar and get your stomach ready for the next sushi dish by taking a bite of something sweet! Luckily, Sushi Nori has Vanilla Ice Cream with Coffee Jelly and Green Tea Ice Cream with Matcha Jelly on the menu for just P59 a bowl!
Don’t overdo it, though—you need space for the sushi.
Avoid carbonated drinks
Carbonated drinks will take up stomach space and make you feel full before and during your sushi run.
Stick to water and hot tea—both are on the menu.
P599+ for unlimited sushi is a great deal, which means a lot of people are going to flock to Sushi Nori W City Circle on the Saturdays and Sundays of February.
Account for the waiting time for ordering and food prep by ordering enough food to feed everyone in your party until the end of the two-hour period (or at least for the first round).
Ordering dishes one by one guarantees long waits and hungry patrons—not a good combination.
Ordering most of your dishes in one sitting doesn’t mean that you have to finish everything within a few minutes of serving.
Chewing and eating slowly not only helps you taste the food more, it also gives your body time to assess how full you actually are and tell you to stop (or order more).
Drink something hot after the meal
This will help you digest everything you’ve eaten and combat the long-term bloated feeling after the meal.
Take sips of hot water after your meal, or keep a sachet of chamomile, ginger, or peppermint tea handy if you prefer a drink with more flavor.