Are you a fan of Japanese cuisine? If the answer is yes then this restaurant is for you!
Ooma is a play on the Japanese word “umai” which means good. They serve varieties of dishes like sashimi, soup, salad, gyoza and many more.
Here are what we ordered:
“Aburi” means flamed or torched in Japanese. This dish is made up of Ebi, Kani, cream cheese, Aligue mayo, Tempura crumbs, ginger and house tare. Imagine all those flavors bursting in your mouth. What a delight!
All these dish are good for sharing and comes with free rice. You can visit them at the following branches:
3rd floor, Mega Fashion Hall
SM Megamall, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City, Philippines.
Ground floor, Edades Tower and Garden Villas
Amorsolo Corner Waterfront Drive, Rockwell, Makati City, Philippines
Bonifacio, High Street Central, 7th Avenue
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Philippines
136 Paseo Heights, L.P. Leviste Street
Salcedo Village, Makati City, Philippines