Oga occupies quite a big space,compared with the traditional Japanese restaurant. It has lots of good people. It has good service. It has good food.
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Ogs's is consistently good. It's a standby when we want Japanese food and don't want to travel too far or spend a lot.
Had the pleasure of meeting some former co-workers at Ogas recently for lunch. The restaurant decor was very pleasant and service was exceptional. Some of us opted for the Bento boxes, while the rest sampled Sushi from the diverse menu. Since I ordered the chicken...More
Every meal at Oga's showcases delicious Japanese offerings and beautiful sushi. Service was gracious and attentive, as I have come to expect. Recommend highly!
We lived for 5 years in Japan. Oga's is the real thing. It looks like nothing on the outside but when you enter you have gone to Japan. The food was excellent. Tempura is well know but usually greasy at most "Japanese" places - Oga's...More
I have been to Oga's couple times, I like the grilled fish jaw and sushi. I think it is one of the best sushi place in metro west.
Oga's is a tried and true dining event for us when we want good, reliable Japanese food. I keep going back to the Udon noodle soup, though this time the tempura was served on the side. The teriyaki chicken/ribeye combo was good, and my son...More
This is a serene Japanese restaurant with excellent service and attractive food. I had a noodle soup with chicken and shrimp tempura. The broth was excellent and the vegetables were arrayed in an elegant way in the soup. Others had sushi which they gave good...More
Nice atmosphere and the food was really good. Can recommend the Alaskan sushi (salmon, avocado, and cream cheese) and the eel/avocado/burdock root sushi as well. The miso soup was good and so was the cold duck appetizer. The green tea ice cream was top-notch though...More