ORI Izakaya is now in Manila! They are now ready to serve mouthwatering Japanese food. This Japanese Restaurant is originally in Cebu. Now, they opened their second branch at Woodlane Events Place, Real Street, Talon Uno, Las Pinas City.
What To Try in ORI Izakaya
1. Signature Rolls and Aburis
You must try their Deep Dragon Roll, Makizushi Roll, and the Seasonal Summer Roll!
They have different kinds of appetizers. This includes Saikoro, Spicy Tofu Furao, and Maguro Tataki.
They also have Kani Salad, Soba Salad, Spicy Tuna Salad, and Miso Soup.
Customers can also order Edamame, Japanese Plain Rice, and Japanese Fried Rice.
They offer Ebi Tempura, Tempura Moriawase, Soba Mentaiko, Chicken Teriyaki, and Ribe Eye Teppanyaki. On my next visit, I’ll make sure to try their Wafu Steak!
3. Ramen and Udon
They have Miso Ramen, Shoyu Ramen, Tonkotsu Ramen, Vegetarian Ramen, and Seafood Ramen. They also offer Kimchi Udon Vegetarian, Kimchi Udon Beef, Kimchi Udon Pork, Yakiudon, and Nabiyaki Udon. The price ranges from 320 to 505 pesos.
4. Rice Bowls
If you want a heavy meal, you may order their Gyudon, Katsudon, and Oyakodon. For seafood lovers, I recommend their Unagi Don, Tempura Don, Ebi Tendon, and Salmon Teriyaki Don. The price ranges from 320 to 780 pesos.
5. Hot Pot
For groups, they have Ori Special Nabe, Shabu-shabu, and Sukiyaki. Their Hot Pot is good for four people. Each set costs around 1,200 to 1,345 pesos.
One of their best-sellers is the Salmon Sashimi. They also have Salmon Head, Yasai Itame, and Tuna Sashimi.
People can also visit the Ori Cafe just beside the Ori Izakaya. They serve hot and cold coffee and yummy pastries!
ORI Izakaya + Ori Cafe
The ambiance is a mixture of modern and traditional Japanese dining style.
The place is surrounded by Japanese-inspired murals.
The second floor is more suitable for group dining.
I think the best time to go there is night time when the weather is not so hot. It’s a great place for a family dinner or a dinner date. The food tastes great and the employees are nice. Next time, I’ll write more about the Ori Cafe!
Ori Izakaya and Ori Cafe are open from 11 AM to 8 PM. For more details, you may also follow them on their social media accounts:
- Facebook Page: ORI Izakaya | ORI Cafe
- Instagram: @ori.izakaya.ph
- Mobile Number: 0931 031 2624 | 0969 098 9109
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Kinakain mo talaga llahat ng mga ito bes? 😀
Syempre nag take out ako para sa mga slapsoil kong kapatid haha!
Such a great place in manila ❤️ love the ambiance and interiors ?Must try talaga Ang foods nila Lalo na ung signature rolls and aburis sure na delicious po ?
Another food trip experience Ms Karla! ???
Ang ganda ng food servings nila, very creative. It’s nice to try this authentic Japanese cuisine they offer. ?
Congratulations to their new branch,hoping for more branch in other places♥️Ang ganda ng ambiance and place,you will enjoy eating their Japanese dishes,so delicious ??
Omg wow this is great news ? ang sasarap ng mga japanese foods na ito tlgang mouthwatering ❤️ must visit!
First time hearing about them at sobrang nakakatakam ung mga nasa picture. Grabe yung salmon tray.. mukhang solid