Oedo is a Japanese restaurant hidden among the residential houses at Sto. Domingo Street, Quezon City. It is a bit expensive here so my boyfriend and I were lucky when we got invited on a birthday treat here. The place is really big and there are red lanterns all over the place outside. Depending on your choice, you may eat inside the restaurant or out in the open air.
Here are some of our orders:
Takoyaki (Php 100.00) – Octopus Balls
Gyoza (Php 150.00) – Japanese Dumplings
California Maki (Php 260.00) – Cucumber-Mango-Crabstick Roll
Gomoku Chahan (Php 150.00) – Japanese Fried Rice
Gyu Don (Php 280.00) – Beef Rice Bowl
Ebi Tempura (Php 420.00) – Shrimp Tempura
Gyu Teppan Yaki (Php 345.00) – Beef Teppan Yaki
To start with, I must say that nothing beats libre (free food)! Lol. But kidding aside, I found their dishes a hit and miss. Some of their food are good, while some are just okay. I also asked some of our friends who have eaten here and we have the same opinion. On the other hand, the place has a really good Japanese vibe on it. The lanterns, the Japanese banners, the wooden floor, etc. will really give you a Japanese feeling. It’s like being in Little Tokyo (even though I wasn’t able to eat there yet).
105 Sto. Domingo Ave. cor. Sgt. Alcaraz, Quezon City (Map)
(02) 5180058 / (02) 2555993
Facebook: Oedo – FB Page
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