The only thing that works well with the blazing summer heat is aburi maki, and our favorite sushi place Ooma opened a new space in Salcedo Village where you can try it all.
Inspired by the inner market of Tsukiji, Ooma Sushi Bar’s vibes mirror the look of their other stores but accentuated with wooden slabs on the wall, plastic crates and very cute wall art. (Spot the dinosaur poster for a good time.) But the real winners are the wooden crates outside the store where you can dine and drink al fresco by the streets of Salcedo. It’s designed so that you can sit on top on the stairs, place your feast on the crates, and put your bags and stuff under them. Cute and functional.