Onigiri by Girinoy | Nori-wrapped rice meal delivery

If you are a fan of Japanese foods specifically its rice meals, then this one is a must-try. Not only that they are mouthwatering, but they also come affordable and delivered with a Filipino twist.

Girinoy's onigiri
Pinoy version Onigiri
 
These good-looking Onigiris are made by Girinoy. A Marikina-based online food business that delivers them around the town including some of its neighboring cities. Each onigiri is made by hand that goes through quality checking and proper handling.


What is an Onigiri? Onigiri is a Japanese-based food that is made by forming a triangular-shaped rice meal that is commonly wrapped in Nori (dried seaweed). The flavor varies depending on what ingredients were used inside the triangular rice meal where different fillings are stored including different meats and all the other mixes.

Girinoy fillings
Girinoy fillings


If you are curious about the name, Girinoy, it is simply a Filipino (Pinoy) version of the Onigiri where typical Filipino food is used as fillings. Currently, they offer the following flavors:

- Teriyaki Barbeque
- Adobo
- Classic Tuna
- Spicy Tuna
- Tocino with egg
- Cheesy beef salpicao
- Pork paksiw

Aside from the generous serving size and quality ingredients used.. as per some of their customers' feedback, one of its factors in gaining their patrons is its affordability. Each handmade handful of Onigiri only comes for P45! And, it can even be more affordable when availing of their ready-made packages which are the following:

* Buy 3 for P129
* Buy 6 for P259
* Buy 10 for P419

Filipino Onigiris
Filipino Onigiris


What I like about this product generally is that it's handy and very portable. I mean, it comes like a snack but it satisfies you full like a regular meal. How cool, right? I also would like to commend the way it's packaged because it's presentably designed and it holds everything in place.. you can eat it anywhere and any time without being THAT messy. Unlike attacking a Mexican burrito/shawarma where loots around you can be found. Haha!

individually packaged
individually packaged


Anyway.. as of the moment, they only receive orders during the weekdays and deliver them on weekends. If you want to order, feel free to reach them via the contact information below:


Contact nos.: 0956 081 7371 (Ask for Simon)
Girinoy



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Onigiri by Girinoy | Nori-wrapped rice meal delivery Onigiri by Girinoy | Nori-wrapped rice meal delivery Reviewed by Michael on August 07, 2022 Rating: 5

13 comments:

  1. Wow! This wrapped rice meal looks absolutely delicious and a great way to enjoy rice. The idea is just very unique! Loved it!

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  2. Well one thing is for sure... I wish I could call up and get some delivered to Arlington TX like yesterday! But what I will do is look up all the Phillipino restaurants in the area and see if they make this onigiri so I can try firsthand! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Commented earlier from Arlington TX. Can't wait to try this! Looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. This is a rice dish that I would love to try.

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  5. That looks amazing! Too bad I can't have it delivered to me..lol. I guess I may have to try to make them at home.

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  6. Oh wow, looks like a really nice rice dish to give a try! Great review

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  7. I love onigiri! easy to prepare and story and super delicious!

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  8. It looks good. A shame we don't have these in Belgium

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  9. This is such a neat idea! The packaging is perfectly wrapped! Can't wait to try this!

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  10. Wow! This looks good. Sobrang madaming masarap na food sa Marikina. Anyway, will make sure to try them once we're back in Metro Manila. Happy to know that they deliver.

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  11. omggg super fave! i dont eat rice nowadays but onigiri is always a great idea for me! id love to try it for sure!

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  12. I was curious about the name, too. So that explains it. Looks good!

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  13. Nakapa Filipino nung menu nila and I wanna try it all and not too expensive. I think maganda ito pang snack ng mga students and office workers.

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