Not Your Usual Food Review: Ooma

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Japanese food has a long standing reputation of being intricate, detailed, freshly-prepared and of course delicious. Having that kind of influence and reputation, no wonder everyone is enjoying falling in line on their favorite Japanese restaurants to have their Jap food fix. Here in Ooma, we’re expecting the same and we’re confident that we will be satisfied all throughout.


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Ooma offers a mix of Japanese and Japanese-inspired dishes which will ensure your have the variety and choices to satisfy each of your Jap Cravings. In this food review, we’re going to feature some of their small plates as well as some of their rice bowls.

Tori Karaage

This one is a great version with a taste fit for the kids and adults a like. It has a distinct sweet and sour taste that you will surely enjoy. Top it up with a crunch on every bite and you’re good to go for this nice small plate appetizer.

Rating

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Soft Shell Crab Taco Maki

A soft shell crab dish is a rare one for us and what a great experience to try this one with Ooma’s version Taco Maki style. The crunch, the taste, and the overall experience is definitely a bliss. This is a must try, definitely.

Rating

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Gyoza

With a good mixture of salt and ingredient spices, you’ll never go wrong with this staple appetizer on any Japanese restaurant. Plus points for Ooma for their presentation on this one too.

Rating

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

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Katsudon

Of course, who wouldn’t want a Katsudon on a Japanese restaurant? Of course it almost always warrants the need to have a bowl, and this version from Ooma is a one thing that lives up to the reputation. The oozing taste brings in a mix of sweetness with some hints of salt. It has a very filling serving size too!

Rating

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

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Cheesy Katsu Curry Don

Another staple Jap food is Katsu Curry and we don’t want to pass-up the opportunity of trying out Ooma’s version. This one has a little bit of a twist as it has cheese on it as an add-on against the traditional dish. The result of this twist is a tasty treat! The cheese gives out the sourness which somehow helps your tastebuds to neutralize the sometimes too tasty curry sauce. In the end, this is definitely an enjoyable dish.

Rating

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Jap Food Craving Satisfied, Definitely

Overall, our Ooma’s experience is a superb one and we are very keen to visit them again to try their other dishes. But this time, the bar will be higher as we did enjoy our first one!

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