Philippines, Taguig Guide (B): Ogawa Traditional Japanese Restaurant
For those who want to go to Tokyo just to satisfy one’s authentic Japanese food cravings, there is no need to apply for visa and fly to Japan anymore. Another little Tokyo in the form of Ogawa Traditional Japanese Restaurant has just opened yesterday, October 8, 2015, at Bonifacio Global City.
The welcoming entrance easily set the ambiance with Japan’s traditional architectural style – the usage of wooden timbers, stones, antique sliding door, Japanese decorative elements and Japanese lanterns lining the hallway.
There were also private rooms that we think are perfect for business meetings and intimate gatherings despite it not being the usual low table and floor seating with pillows for sitting.
The raw octopus was slimy, crunchy and spicy yet it was delicious for me. I liked how it was marinated in vinegar and wasabi with pickles. Meanwhile, the cold tea has a different color from the usual Japanese tea.
Since we had waited for a long time for our food to be served, Mr. George Pua, owner of Ogawa restaurant, gave us a complimentary breaded tofu in tempura sauce. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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