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Ooma-zing Food!

Sharing one of our resto-favorite! We've been dining here for about three years now and as much as I'd like to keep this resto a secret, it's already out in the open about how good the food is at Ooma.

Ooma is a Japanese-fusion restaurant so don't expect the usual Japanese dish preparations but be ready for not only a visual feast but a fusion of east and west.

For starters, we had this delightful cheesy maki. I believe this is on a limited run on the menu so I really can't recall what it's called. Crunchy and cheesy really, my daughter love this so much.



Then I had my favorite Salmon Tataki. These are torched salmon slices with slivers of green apply and red raddish. The tart and torched are perfect companions. This is a must-try at Ooma. Portion is good for sharing but I can have this all to myself.


Here's another delicious order that I can't seem to recall the name! But trust me, this was gone in a jiffy. Creamy and generously topped with bonito flakes.


Another favorite of mine is the Uni Udon. This is like truffle pasta except it is uni plus udon. Can't seem to skip ordering this whenever we dine at Ooma. Good for sharing portion.


Now this is every one's favorite- Hanger Steak. The perfectly cooked (we like our steak medium) meat sits on top of a bed of creamy sweet potato mashed and mushrooms and crispy potato chips.


And the best part of dining at Ooma aside from the amazing food, getting this discount card is super worth it. You can also use this card when you dine at Phat Pho (another family favorite), 8 Cuts, Din Tai Foong and Manam.

PS. This is not a sponsored post. We just love dining at Ooma and the other restaurants by The Moment Group.


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