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Currently closed: 11:30 - 20:00
Kagura Oko Nomi-Yaki is located at Little Tokyo, 2277 Chino Roces Avenue, Legaspi Village, Makati City. This is a Japanese restaurant near the Little Tokyo.The average price range at Kagura Oko Nomi-Yaki is around ₱ 600 / Person,and the opening hours are 11:30 - 20:00.Kagura Oko Nomi-Yaki is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Little Tokyo area. There are different kinds of food in Kagura Oko Nomi-Yaki that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +63288943856, +639128581635, +639157739607.
Looking for different Japanese pancake varieties!?! You have to try this place! Once you get inside their cute restaurant, you already smell the okonomiyaki floating. Tried one and I can't finish it on my own. Hehe.. I liked their yakisoba also.😊 If you are a baseball fan, you might appreciate the owners' love for the Tigers.😁
Everything on it Okonomiyaki. Nice crispy exterior and moist inside. Actually tastes like a takoyaki pizza in case you haven’t tried this. They take reservations so better call in advance or suffer the wait.
Jonquil Sean Bolus
Kagura has been on my to-go list for the longest time because of their okonomiyaki. After visiting them today, I could say that my expectations about this popular Japanese comfort food were more than met. I and my boyfriend dined here on a Sunday night at 6 PM, and we were the first customers. There were lots of Japanese expats there too, which we took as a very good sign over the quality and authenticity of the food.FOOD: ★★★★★ (5.0)We ordered the Okonomi-special (Php 440) because of the ingredients that went into it. Cooked and served in 15-20 minutes, this famous savory pancake was served still smoking hot (which was a good thing), and hit all the right spots. Everything was cooked just right, and the taste was just...wow. My partner went so far as to remark that theirs was way better than Dohtonbori's okonomiyaki when it comes to taste and satisfaction. If you're wondering how big it was, imagine a giant takoyaki flattened to more than 1/2 inch thick, to a size that's slightly larger (if not the same) as Pizza Hut's personal pan pizzas. So yeah, if you have a small appetite, better bring someone with you as their okonomiyaki's good for two. For drinks, we ordered Coke (Php 60) and a glass of umeshu (Japanese plum wine - Php 180). The latter tasted similar to white wine and served with ice, which I liked. The 12.5% alcoholic content may not be good for those with low tolerance though, so be warned. One glass was enough for me to feel that buzz. Good thing my partner was there to look after me. Ahaha. PLACE: ★★★✩✩ (3.5)Cozy but small, with Hanshin Tigers paraphernalia decorating the interiors. There's a counter with 10 seats where you can watch the chefs cook your order. There are three tables where you can sit on floor pillows, which can accomodate approx. 4 people each. They get filled up quickly though; I highly recommend coming here early with your group if you want to sit there. Otherwise, you can also dine outside al fresco.SERVICE: ★★★✩✩ (3.5)Staff were attentive and quick, although not very cheerful. They also chose where you get to sit, so if you're dining alone (or as a couple, like we did), you'll sit by the counter. We witnessed this also when a Chinese/Korean couple came in and requested to sit by the tatami tables; the staff told them they couldn't and redirected them to the counter. Overall, it was an enjoyable experience. Aside from the 12% VAT they don't have service charge, so try giving them tips if you're satisfied with their service. We sure were. :)We'll definitely come back here again to try the modern-yaki...this time as a group. 😋What I liked:● The okonomiyaki● The price - reasonable enough. No service charge, too 😀What I didn't like:● The fact you couldn't sit at the tatami tables unless you're with a big group.● The slightly less cheerful service.
Their okonomiyaki never disappoints. I always have it everytime I go here.Also tried:* hanshin ika-yaki - flat batter fried with squid - lighter version of okonomiyaki for me* saute chicken wings - surprisingly good and cheap but "nakakabitin"* ebi tempura - not so satisfied with this. I've had better.Recommendation: Okonomiyaki must be tried with Hana's takoyaki!
My reviews are based on my own experiences therefore; they are factsThis review is supposedly a continued story from Izakaya but unsuccessful.Anyway, so we were very full from Izakaya and we still wanted to try Kagura and Hana.We sat here and ordered ice cream.No! of course Okonomiyaki.Its an outside seating underneath umbrellas, nice vibe. Different people are here to have drinks and meals.A nice place to hang out with your peers. You may be intimidated finding your way because it is located on a back alley. But don't you worry, it is safe.Service - did not like it. They showed favoritism I guess. We arrived first and then a teenage couple sat down and they were given papers. Not us. I know its just a paper, but that shows that they are prepared to serve you.Food - since I was very full, I did not enjoy it while being there. but, in a weird way, I enjoyed it cold from the fridge the next day. Am sure if I go back with an empty stomach, I will appreciate it better. The servings is big. If this is your first meal, then you can share it between 2 or 3 people as an appetizer.Price - I cannot remember how much but I think its okay. Check out my review for Hana. We ordered something else while seating at Kagura's. #fattyproblems