OOMA Sushi Bar

G/F Paseo Heights Bldg., 136 LP Leviste St., Salcedo Village, Makati, Metro Manila

OOMA Sushi Bar
4.5 Stars

7 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 5
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 7 Reviews
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Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 11:00p


  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Most Recent Reviews

Alfred C.
5.0 Stars

Hanger steaks are normally tough but flavorful. Ooma solves this by cooking them in sous vide. Making the steak soft and retaining the flavor. It’s also not an expensive piece of meat. That’s why they can price it at less than P500. A bestseller at this resto. The sushis are also the specialty here. This platter is made up of shrimp, salmon aburi, spicy tuna, and steak. All are flavored differently from your normal Japanese sushi. Flavors that the chef is known for. Total bill is P1k. Quite reasonable since food was good for 3. 128523128077🏽128077🏽

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Liumason L.
4.0 Stars


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Maxine C.
3.0 Stars

Ooma has been one of my favorite restaurants since I first tried it in September of 2016. I had time tried this “new” sushi bar concept of theirs the other day, a holiday. It is not the “sushi bar” one would expect it to be. The layout is the same as their other branches save for the fact that they had a bar-type table setup with stools in one side of the restaurant.

I was there for late lunch and the place was not packed as I expected it to be. I was disappointed to find out that despite it being a slow day/time of day, the service was incredibly slow. It was like they only served one table able the other. Food took forever to arrive, compared to their bigger branches which was usually packed, any time of the day. Service staff would disappear from the small restaurant floor, or even if they were there, their backs were turned away from the customers; it was difficult to get their attention.

I still loved their food though. But I may not come back to this branch.

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Bruce P.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Anna D.
5.0 Stars

Hanger Steak. Every component demands equal attention but combine them all together and you get a beautiful marriage of flavors and texture. The truffle oil is never overwhelming and the steak is always succulent.

Like any other branch, they serve unlimited tea and plain rice. The place is quite small and tends to get busy really easily so it’s always best to come during off-peak hours.

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Gracielle R.
5.0 Stars

Place is really full during lunch. But table for 2 is faster to get 🤤 In photos:

127843 Salmon Skin Aburi Maki
127843 Spicy Tuna Maki
127843 O-Gyoza
127843 Hanger Steak

We paid around P1500 for all and we had happy tummies 128591🏻

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Josette P.
5.0 Stars

Yayy! Ooma is finally in Makati. Though from the other neighbourhood but at least within 15 minutes walk, it’s still around the area for me.

Ooma Sushi Bar in Salcedo is probably their smallest branch ever. At least if I were to compare it with their BGC one, this is relatively small. We were there around 11:30am, and people are starting to flock. Luckily we have a good seat already.

I’ve always loved their Spicy Tuna Maki so I had to pass on that one this time. Tried their Crispy Calamari Maki and it’s good. I like how it actually has a strip of the squid’s leg as topping. It’s side has these crumbs that makes it a little crispy and there’s something about their sauce that makes its really good. Their Ebi and Kani Aburi Maki is also good! Well you have ebi and kani so how can’t it be good? The cream cheese plus the generous aligue mayo makes it more tasty.

As a special in this branch, we tried the Salmon Aburi and Spicy Tuna Bowls. Oh man, this is filling. It has this torched salmon and seasoned sushi rice with toasted nori. TOASTED NORI is the bomb! I loved it!! The salmon aburi and spicy tuna is spread out evenly. If I can recall it correctly, it’s about 11 pieces inside the bowl. Best shared but saw some people have this alone for their lunch and I can’t blame them. For Php 320, I’d say this isn’t bad. It’s actually a good option for that lunch bowl when you’re craving for something almost sashimi like and again TOASTED NORI and a little toasted sushi rice.

Tori-karaage is always a good deal. It has this honey-sweet like dressing and the surprisingly it’s sweet potato crisp that covers the chicken. Didn’t quite expect that but it’s good. It kinda hurts your mouth in the long run. The house chahan rice is always sulit! It can be shared or if you’re really hungry have it alone. It’s this egg japanese rice.

We also tried their Yuzu Cheesecake Ice cream cause no lava cake here. Huhu. But since it’s summer ice cream is a good option. It’s sour but the cheesecake makes it thick and smooth and has this unique texture. It cleanses your palette from all that seafood you just ate. It’s a little small in serving. Just a little bigger from the small Magnolia ice cream cup.

Service was fast, but again seating is limited. They also accept credit cards which is efficient for me considering they just recently opened. For TMG cardholders, you have until today to get that 20% off.

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