There’s a Japanese restaurant in Manchester serving all you can eat sushi, sashimi and teppenyaki and we’re a little bit obsessed.
Sushi Mami on Portland Street is a relatively new addition to the city, having opened its doors in Manchester at the end of last year.
The Japanese restaurant serves poke bowls, bento boxes, and a full A La Carte menu, but one thing that really sets it apart from its competitors is the new all-you-can-eat menu that stretches through lunch into dinner.
With over 40 different types of sushi to choose from, plus sashimi, gyoza, rice rolls, tempura, soups, salads, rice, noodle and teppenyaki dishes, this is a deal not to be sniffed at.
Prices start from £26.99 per person for an early weekday lunch, and peak at £34.99 if you’re visiting for dinner on the weekend (Fridays and Saturdays). For that, you’ll get at least three and a half hours of non-stop sushi, sashimi and more.
All ordered via an app then brought directly to your table by Sushi Mami’s wait staff, further dishes on offer include meat and fish from the robata grill (think king prawns, salmon, lamb chops and chicken) and ‘Japanese Wok’ dishes like sweet and sour chicken, shredded beef and katsu.
Elsewhere, you’ll find steaming bowls of ramen, udon and yakisoba noodles topped with your choice of meat, veg or fish. It’s a veritable feast, and all for one fixed price.
Be warned, though, whilst there is an abundance of food on offer the team are hugely anti-waste – to the extent they’ve introduced a penalty charge for anything you leave behind.
That means that for every item ordered but left uneaten, you’ll be charged an additional £1 – so you better make sure you’ve not got eyes bigger than your belly.
Feature image – The Manc Eats