If you want to shout "kampai!" in style, there is probably no better place to raise your sake glass than Ogu Ogu. The name itself means inner harmony and there is definitely a harmony in all the things going on here, particularly how diners and boozers can coexist in this swanky sake bar.
This is exactly an all-in-one kind of place that might just seduce you into sticking around all night, thanks to the good food, strong drinks and swell atmosphere.
Boasting more than 40 different kinds of sake, as well as an extensive list of cocktails, Ogu Ogu is surely a fitting contender for dinner and pre-game before a chichi night out.
The menu is mainly Japanese fusion, with a signature toban grill, which is clearly worth boasting. Grill pork belly (280 baht) is a dish of well-cooked kurobuta.
Ogu Ogu is a Japanese fusion restaurant, so it is sure to have some cash-cow sushi rolls.
Ogu Ogu's cocktails clearly hit hard. For a "Japanesey" feel to your girly cocktail, opt for Sakura (290 baht), which includes lychee and gin.
But, of course, the star was clearly the Sparkling Jelly Berry (350 baht), which was deliciously silky despite the gelatin bits.
For men who need no frills, the long list of umeshu (plum liqueur) or sake that can be served in a wooden box the traditional way, should easily get you to stay put.
More information, visit www.facebook.com/OGUOGUsakebar.
- Open days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Input price range
250 - 1,000 Baht/Unit or 8 - 33 USD/Unit
- More info
Remark: Cost of meal per person
Ground Floor, Park Venture Ecoplex, 57, Wireless Rd., Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
- Phone number
+66 (0) 2-108-2255
- Mobile number
+66 (0) 81 105 3333
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A toast to inner harmony
By Bangkok Post Editorial