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6 Family-friendly Dishes to Try at Ogawa, a Newly Opened Japanese SpotCraving Japanese food? We know where your family can go for a traditional Japanese dining experience.
There’s a new place to head to at The Fort when the family’s craving Japanese food. On its soft opening, Ogawa opens its heavy antique doors at The Fort Entertainment Complex in Bonifacio Global City.
Japanese chef Kiyoshi Ogawa and businessman George N. Pau share the same dream of bringing high-quality Japanese cuisine to Filipinos. From their dream blossomed Ogawa, a Japanese restaurant that boasts that it can bring diners an authentic Japanese dining experience.
The food, the restaurant’s interiors and even the service are meant to make you feel like you’re actually in Japan. So if you’re looking for a place to get the family’s fill of tempura and sushi as well as an escape to Japan even for a few hours, Ogawa isn’t a bad place to start.
Sakura Ebi Scallop Kakiage Tempura (Sakura Shrimp, Scallop, and vegetable Tempura), P290
Robatayaki (Charcoal-grilled skewers)
Hokkaido Kaisen Chanchayaki (Sauteed mixed seafood with miso paste), P450
Yaki Onigiri (Pan-fried rice balls)
Crazy Maki (Prawn Tempura, crabstick, omelet, cucumber wrap), P480
Shiromi To Asparagus Tempura (Asparagus wrapped in white meat fish), P280ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
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