Saturday night, you get hungry, you want a light dinner and so you opt for sushi. After eating, wanting to do some exciting things that night, you go to bars or clubs. To a normal person, that would be the usual thing to do. But for some who aren't that "normal", they had something similar but way different in mind.
We had the same appetite for SUSHI last Saturday and wanted to do some exciting things after, so we went back to the home of one of the best sushi places in Makati, the Sushi Factory, for their monthly Sushi run and we must say, we had our appetites satisfied.
Upon arriving at the Sushi Factory, we automatically see some old school sushi car lovers. It was like a flashback of when our dads had their "tambay nights". It was something any gear head would appreciate. People talking about cars, asking info on where to buy parts, checking out each ride that arrived... basically, gear heads being gear heads. We love seeing people being so enthusiastic about cars!
It's refreshing to see classic cars, but even more refreshing to see the camaraderie of the people that came. We saw a few gurus share their knowledge to anyone who asked for help with their rides. From how to fix the problems to where to buy that specific part. People were there for the brotherhood and the enjoyment of being with people who loved what they loved.
Don't get the wrong notion that the meet is only for old school cars though. Jeiven Perez, the organizer of the Sushi meet and run, said that the meet is open for anyone who would like to cruise along with them.
We also saw a few Stance Pilipinas / Manila Fitted friends that came for this event.
All in all, we must say that it was a successful meet and run by Jeiven and the Sushi Factory not just because of the cars, but also with the people that came. We are definitely looking forward to next month's meet! We enjoyed the night and definitely got our fill of sushi!