Oishi Batchoi in SM Dasmarinas is quite unique among other Japanese Restaurants. They tried to create a fusion of Filipino’s batchoy and Japanese’s Ramen. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to try the Miso Batchoi because I prefer to order their Japanese food. I’ve been there twice so I think it’s about time I make a detailed review about it.
This is not a sponsored post. This is an honest review as always.
Let’s begin with the appetizer. Whenever I visit a Japanese restaurant, I make sure to try their Kani Salad. I would say that it’s affordable (Php 155) and the serving size is just right. The mangoes are sweet and the amount of Kani sticks is ideal. The only downside is the lettuce are not that fresh and crispy.
The Crunchy Maki (Php 105) didn’t disappoint me. I can taste the salmon skin, mango, crab meat, and the crispy tanuki. I like how flavorful it is. I’ll definitely order this again.
For sides, we ordered Gyoza and Ebi Tempura. Upon ordering Gyoza, you need to choose whether you want it steamed or fried. Don’t go for the fried. I’m quite disappointed because there’s too much oil in every bite. I recommend that you stick with the steamed Gyoza. The taste is nothing special. You may order it in 4 pcs (Php 70) or 8 pcs (Php 135).
On the other hand, their Ebi Tempura tastes good. The shrimps are large. The breading is not oily. You’ll really get what you paid for. You can order 3 pcs for Php 225 and 5 pcs for Php 325.
Oishi Batchoi Menu
Oishi Batchoi is located on the 3rd level of SM Dasmarinas. It’s next to Toby’s Sport. It’s near the cinema, you can dine in there while waiting for the last full show. (Like what I did!)
Earlier this year, I went there with my grandmother. We ordered Yakisoba (Php 210), Gomoku Chahan (Php 159) and of course Kani Salad. Overall, I’m satisfied with the taste and the quantity of the serving. If you’re not a heavy eater like me, one serving is good for 2 pax.
For more details about Oishi Batchoi SM Dasmarinas, you may check out their Facebook Page: Chef Benjie-san’s Oishi Batchoi. You may also contact them using this number: 09175220052
Here are some more restaurants/food stalls you should check out in SM Dasmarinas:
- Samgyup Korean Restaurant
- Cabalen – Eat All You Can
- Buku-buku Kafe
- The Lost Bread
Will try this out when I comeback to Cavite for sure!
This is my favorite food! So so yum, and thank you for such great pictures – getting this from local restaurant for dinner tonight haha
Yumminess japanese food. It’s just too far from QC, but will try that out when we visit Cavite.
Okay, now I am hungry! The sushi and the tempura look mouth wateringly delicous!
The food looks amazing, a great review for those local to the restaurant, such a shame it is too far for me
The food looks so delicious! I haven’t tried this restaurant yet. I will check if they have any branches near me.
This is a nice review. I probably wouldn’t pick the Gyoza because I personally don’t like oily food.
I love Japanese food and I appreciate cheap Japanese restos that are quite authentic.