Ooma Lovin’ It! “Ooma” by Chef Bruce Ricketts

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:

Look at this HANGER STEAK. It’s not only appetizing but tastes delicious too!  This steak is made of Sous-vide hanging tender, sauteed mushrooms, white truffle oil, sweet potato mash, crispy baby potato, herb oil and Ponzu butter. Sous-vide is a method of cooking wherein food is in a plastic pouch or  a glass jar placed in a water bath or steam for longer than normal cooking times at an accurately regulated temperature. It is one of a must try!


Ebi and Kani Aburi Maki

“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!


Chicken Teriyaki.  It’s made of grilled chicken thigh, cherry tomatoes, pickled carrots, sesame and chicken skin furikake, fresh mesciun greens, red radish and miso vinaigrette. The grilled chicken is tender and complements well with the miso vinaigrette. You’re tastebuds will be satisfied definitely.

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