Friday, February 03, 2012

Mister Musubi: Spam Goodness at Every Bite

Mister Musubi says MAHALO! 
I'm a firm believer that spam should be included in the basic food groups. I can actually attest that I can have them at any time of the day, and never get tired of it. Then one day, my friend Yen tweeted me about a certain Mister Musubi that's from Hawaii and told me I had to try it.



My Musubis arrived!
Mister Musubi's products are Spam Musubis. Spam what? A brief background, musubis are like sushi, only they are topped with spam instead of fish. They use of Japanese rice that is cooked to steaming perfection and shaped into a square. On the top is filled with a slice of Spam goodness and wrapped in a roasted seaweed. See how it looks like a sushi? Only Spam Musubi is bigger and less fishy.



Mister Musubi originated in Hawaii but is eaten in the tradition of a Japanese omusubi. What makes it taste so good is because of their ingredients and they make their own sauces. Musubis are also hand-made individually. Its also fresh, that when you want one, you need to pre-order it so they could make them for you. I attached their Menu above for orders.


Yummy Tonkatsu Musubi!
If you want to try them all, you could also buy their latest product, the MUSUBITES. Its a variety of 6 bite-sized Spam Musubis (P150) that includes flavors like Teriyaki, Teriyaki Wasabi. Kalbi, Spam A.M., Tonkatsu and The Little Kahuna. My favorite was the Tonkatsu since they have this little plastic bottle of Tonkatsu sauce that comes with it and I have this thing for katsu. :)

Fresh ingredients in every musubi
I also loved the Spam Kalbi. I even asked my officemates to join me eating it, and since I'm not into spicy dishes, Archie chomped on to the Spam Wasabi. See? Mister Musubi also enriches your relationship with your family and friends. I also suggest that you order the Party Platter with 20 musubis of the same flavor, halved in two for party size bites (Php1000). So get them now and enjoy the musubi goodness.   

Thanks to Mister Musubi for the awesome musubis! :)
To order at Mister Musubi, you may call or SMS at 0927-685-2765 with your order at least 1 day before desired pick up time. They are available from 7A.M - 8P.M. at 76 East Capitol Drive Barrio Kapitolyo, Pasig and accept cash and GCASH payments only. Currently, they are available via pick-up only. This is also to make sure that your orders are fresh when you get them. To know more about Mister Musubi, you may visit their WEBSITE or add their FACEBOOK PAGE.

How about you? Have you already tried Mister Musubi? Share your experience with them. Mahalo everyone! :)

12 comments:

  1. We also love Spam musubis from Mister Musubi! They're delicious, filling, and quite affordable! http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2012/02/delicious-spam-musubi-from-mister-musubi/

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    1. I love these Musubis. I think I can gobble them up anytime. There's this one time I even ate one for dinner :))

      Glad you loved them too, I'll tell the Mister Musubi team abt it :)

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  2. wow..looks so delicious. we'll try that soon! :P

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    1. Go! :) Theyre my favorite. Actually, Spam is already LOVE to me, but this is much, much better :)

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  3. I haven't tried Musubi before but this post heightens my curiosity. I am craving for it now by just looking at those pictures. I didn't know I would learn to love spams. Happy Sunday!

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  4. By the way...I dropped a like in your FB page and followed you thru GFC...can you return the love? Thanks.

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  5. Interesting, and not surprising as Hawaiians are supposedly big on SPAM like we Pinoys are :)

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  6. Thanks for sharing. Though, I am not really a fan of sushis and the like, the spam caught my attention. Will definitely put this in my list to recommend to my friends. Cheers!!

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  7. Oh yeah this one ROCKS! \m/

    I like it ecause of the price. :>

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  8. Spam! I love that. I never forget that when I go to the grocery. I have to hunt down Mister Musubi. :))

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  9. I wanna try this. There's a MUSUBI thingie stall in SM Mall of Asia.

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  10. I love spam musubi :D I've only tried the one from Spam Jam though. But the next time I'm in Kapitolyo, I'll try to get a set from Mister Musubi.. :D

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