From its humble beginnings as a take-out counter in Green Meadows to its 5 branches within Metro Manila, Omakase has really evolved as a successful restaurant that serves authentic Japanese food that has passed its customers more importantly the Japanese.
Omakase has become one of my to-go to restaurants for comfort food to satisfy my cravings or just to reward myself on those harsh days.
Sushi with a dipping sauce made of Japanese mayonnaise and soy sauce.
Omakase Roll – Kani and cucumber inside with slices of salmon outside
Dynamite Roll – Unagi tempura inside with spicy salmon or tuna on top
Deep Blue Sea – Spicy tuna and tempura bits inside with salmon, shrimp and shredded crabstick on top
Jurassic Maki – Ebi tempura, ebiko, salmon skin, cucumber inside with unagi on top
Zigzag Roll – Softshell crab inside, tempura bits and chopped crab with Japanese-mayo-chili oil dressing on top
Budget: P300-P500 per head
Location: (Tomas Morato)
G/F IL Terrazzo Mall, Tomas Morato Ave South Triangle, Quezon City
Telephone Number: +63 (02) 332-4115
Unit 207 Interpid Plaza Bldg., E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave. Libis, Quezon City
Telephone Number: +63 (02) 437-0075
Location: (Alabang Town Center)
Alabang Town Center, Alabang – Zapote Rd Alabang, Muntinlupa
Telephone Number: +63 (02) 771-1443
Location: (Ayala Triangle Gardens)
Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati Ave. Bel-Air, Makati
Telephone Number: +63 (02) 467-3150
Connecticut Arcade, Ortigas Ave Greenhills, San Juan
Telephone Number: +63 (02) 470-9807