The first time I ate my usual beef bowl (Gyudon) in Omakase in Eastwood was not a good experience until my brother told me that the different Omakase branches have different quality in terms of their food so I didn’t lose hope yet with Omakase. If it weren’t for my parents’ balikbayan friend, we wouldn’t have ordered these dishes below that were so delicious that I made sure to munch them slowly and surely.
Here is Omakase’s Seaweed Salad (P150) that was refreshing and delicious. The sesame essence gave this dish a nice kick to it.
One of Omakase’s bestsellers, this Seafood Dumpling (P170) was yummy! I’m not sure what fish was in it but it tasted like salmon to me. It had a crispy batter, some cream, and sesame. Maybe I got a bit dizzy with the butter because I was already full with my beef bowl but this was really good. You’ll be satisfied just with a few bites.
This is my favorite of all. This is Omakase’s Oyster Butteryaki (P280). The oyster was cooked in some crunchy batter that tasted a bit salty with a spike of lemon. I’m definitely ordering this one again. Try it!
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