Ooma Menu Prices

Chef Bruce Ricketts of Mecha Uma alongside The Moment Group came up with the innovative idea for the Ooma Japanese Rice Bar. The Ooma menu strives to be a low-cost Japanese comfort food establishment with powerful tastes that Filipinos would like and, of course, endless rice (for less than P500/dish). Ooma is a spin on the good-sounding Japanese term umai. The restaurant, which is scheduled to open to the public on July 8 at 6 p.m., will serve traditional Japanese cuisine with contemporary flavorings.

Ooma Menu Prices
Ooma Menu Prices

A restaurant that serves rice dishes only is known as a “rice bar” in Japan. These restaurants may be found in many Japanese cities and provide a selection of rice-based dishes that both residents and visitors can enjoy. Japanese rice bars provide a unique eating experience that you won’t find anywhere else, making them a perfect spot to have a tasty and healthful lunch. A restaurant style that specializes in offering foods made with rice is called a “rice bar” in Japan. These kinds of restaurants are common in many Japanese cities and provide a wide variety of cuisine choices that are ideal for both residents and tourists. This Japanese restaurant a unique dining experience that is unmatched anyplace else, making them great location to enjoy a filling and flavorful lunch.

Below, you’ll find the updated list of Ooma menu prices.

Menu ItemsPrices (PHP)

Small Plates

Miso Soup75
O-Gyoza245
Tori Karaage235
Hiyayaykko235
Edmame225
Mushroom Chips225
Roasted Beet, Tomato and Watermelon Salad265
Fried Young Corn185
Kimchi Gyoza245
Agedashi Tofu265
Kani Salad295

Tataki and Sashimi

Spicy Tuna325
Salmon Tataki325
Scallop Tataki495

Taco Maki

Soft Shell Crab Taco-Maki230
Ikura Taco-Maki315
California Taco-Maki175

Maki

Tempura Soft Shell Crab Maki335
Ebi Tempura Maki255
Unagi Cheese Maki315
Crispy Tako Maki265
Spicy Tuna Maki280

Aburi Maki

Salmon Skin Aburi Maki290
Roasted Eggplant Aburi Maki245
Unagi Mentaiko Aburi Maki335
Scallop and Tuna Aburi Maki295
Truffled Steak Aburi Maki295
Kimchi Prawn and Enoki Aburi Maki285
Oyster Aburi Maki275
Salmon Tartare Aburi Maki335
Ebi and Kani Aburi Maki285
Tamago and Cheese Aburi Roll245

Mixers

Maki Mixer589
Crowd Favorites598
Aburi Mixer589
Taco-Maki Mixer375

Hot Plates

Chicken Teriyaki315
Ebi Tempura398
Buta Kakuni370
Gindara995
Hanger Steak498
Garlic Steak498

Bowls

Oyakodon299
Gyudon299
Katsudon299
Cheese Katsu Curry Don345
Gyu Katsu Curry Don345
Unagi Don995
Chirashi Don585

Udon and Soba

Ebi Tempura and Roasted Tomato Cold Soba335
Unagi Truffle Mushroom Hot Soba520
Tsukemen345
Udon Bolognese395
Buta Kakuni Udon395
Uni Udon495
Tori Udon395
Beef Udon395

Desserts

Half-Baked Chocolate Lava Cake235
Mochi and Matcha Cheesecake245
Vanilla Ice Cream95
Grean Tea Ice Cream120
Black Sesame Ice Cream120

About Ooma

Entering its tenth year in the Philippine dining scene, The Moment Group is an energetic F&B operator and developer owned by Filipinos. It developed and launched its first three in-house eateries within an 8-month period, and it has since expanded at the ground-breaking rate of one restaurant every 56 days.

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The Moment Group (TMG) has developed indigenous brands that draw crowds, garner media attention, spur market demand, and inspire devoted customers. These brands are supported by good commercial judgment and an acute grasp of the developing preferences of the Filipino diner.

Ooma Menu Best Seller

  • Edamame – This Ooma menu has a hot kimchi sauce drizzle. A decent appetizer, but if you don’t enjoy hot cuisine, skip the kimchi sauce.
  • Salmon Tataki – Roasted pineapples, garlic-ginger sauce, fermented red radish, as well as a Salmon with a sesame crust is known as salmon tataki.
  • Ooma Maki Sampler – Very few sauce pouring bowls are given since it encourages customers to apply the soy on the makis to keep their beauty. All of them were expertly made, but the Aburi makis had the advantage because of their scent and smokey tastes from torching.
Tako Maki on Ooma Menu Philippines
  • California Taco Maki – Combining tacos with temaki (sushi rolls). Each one is supposed to be eaten with your hands like a taco and is served open-faced and burned before serving. When you bite into it, there is an explosion of flavors that will make you wonder why it hasn’t been presented that way before.
  • Corn and Oyster Kakiage – Corn and oysters were blended and deep-fried for a crispy appetizer, served with kimchi mayo sauce and nori salt.

Ooma Menu Famous Dishes

O Gyoza on Ooma Menu Philippines
  • O-Gyoza – In the commotion last night, the cooks failed to top the gyoza brought to our table with mozzarella and cheddar cheese. Although it has a wonderful presentation, the food is hot since it has been torched before being served. The gyoza’s filling wasn’t very noteworthy.
  • Tori Kara-Age – The traditional Japanese fried chicken gets a ton of crunch from Chef Bruce. Sweet potato strips are used to cover the chicken thighs, adding a wonderful tactile crunch, and a sweet, mouthwatering sauce to complete the dish. This one is a surprise because it wasn’t expected it to be as delicious as it was based on the menu.
  • Hanger Steak – With sautéed mushrooms, ponzu sauce, white truffle oil, crunchy baby potatoes, and sweet potato mash a tender steak cooked sous vide is presented. This Ooma menu is an excellent value given the portion size.
  • Uni Udon – Fresh uni udon with shrimp, mushrooms, scallions, nori crumbs, and uni cream sauce Make careful to combine everything before consuming so that the udon is coated. A rich and creamy noodle dish with umami tastes from the sea that is similar to carbonara.
  • Green Tea-ramisu – A Matcha green tea addition has been made by Chef Bruce to an Italian-Japanese dessert. Its many lovers will be thrilled by the strong green tea taste that doesn’t taste grassy.

Ooma Menu Delivery

In case you don’t have time to get outside to order your favorite Ooma foods, don’t worry because you can order them via GrabFood or Foodpanda. Keep in mind that the availability and delivery time is depending on your location.

Social Media Pages

For more information and updates visit Ooma and follow these social media pages:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oomaph/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ooma_ph/

Ooma Branches

You can visit the following Ooma branches:

  • Bonifacio High Street
  • Greenbelt
  • Rockwell Center
  • Salcedo
  • SM Megamall
  • Greenhills
  • Molito

Conclusion

There are several benefits to dining at a Japanese rice bar establishment. The food on the Ooma menu is tasty and healthful, and the setting is cozy and laid-back. The pricing is fair, and the personnel is helpful and courteous. Japanese restaurants are a great place to eat out with friends or family. This distinctive Japanese rice bar and restaurant provide a wide selection of cuisine. The charm of Ooma Japanese Rice Bar is distinctive. The Tsukiji fish market, Tokyo, Japan’s biggest wholesale fish market and one of the city’s major tourist destinations, served as inspiration for the interior design. Therefore, there are boots, a scale, and chairs made of crates along the side to imitate Tsukiji’s appearance and personality. The decorations are a true modern marvel, and it is appreciated that they have a narrative. Instead of a liquor store in which you can buy alcohol to take home, a stay saké shop is a place where you can stay and drink alcohol. Other than saying that food and drink pair nicely in general, it’s difficult to categorize in addition, the selection may be so diverse that you may get to try some things you’ve never tried before. Izakayas are not really places to go on an intimate date because they are frequently frequented by huge groups of friends or coworkers. Additionally, even though there are no laws against it, coming to an izakaya by oneself is not considered proper.

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