Comfy Eating in Omakase

When it comes to Japanese cuisine, my taste buds are quite picky. In Japanese places I always eat raw, so I make sure that they serve pieces that are fresh. Aside from my favorite Little Tokyo strip, I'd always go to Omakase when my tummy screams for salmon and edamame!



We'd always frequent Omakase's Town branch. I love how they prepare my favorite Chirashi! But the location is quite far from the shopping area, so it's a bit taxing to walk to the restaurant with shopping bags on hand. Omakase in Town looks a bit dark, but maybe it's just me.

We tried Omakase at Ayala Triangle Garden and I must say that the place feels very cozy!


Aside from the fresh and yummy food that they serve, Omakase also has good interiors that make you enjoy your food more. They decorated the walls with multi-colored Kokeshi dolls which I badly wanted to sneak inside my purse!


The place was very cozy with yellow lights, and they even have cute fuchsia cushioned high chairs and sakura-printed backrests. So Japan-nice!


Omakase makes dining easier with pre-separated and smooth wooden chopsticks, and porcelain bowls that are quite light to lift. You can swiftly eat like the local Nippon people!


I love my dining experience at Ayala Triangle Garden's Omakase. Food is still fresh, plus the atmosphere really gives you a Japanese kick in the mind. Servers are very friendly and quick on their toes, too! Definitely another place to eat at when you're in the Makati CBD area.







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  2. I first tried Omakase in Alabang and I craved for it for awhile but nasawa ako hehe Little Tokyo restaurants and Umenoya in Sta Rosa are still the best Japanese restaurants for me.


  3. I'll make sure to try Umenoya!