Oden Mori

$15.00 · 3 Reviews

From the guys behind Nobu-ya comes this new oden kickback for easy, satisfying dinner and drinks. For an introduction to their oden, share the Oden Mori ($15) — a yummy mix of kelp, radish, konyaku, fish cake, fried tofu and beef tendon. Then fill up on their good value bowls, like a Shake-Ikura-Don ($16.80) that comes with eight beautifully fresh salmon slices and a truckload of explosive fish eggs.
Photo by Burppler Dex Neo

If the selection of oden is too overwhelming, maybe the Oden Mori is for you. Pre-selected, this set gives you bigger bang for your buck with six items: konbu ($2), daikon ($2), konyaku ($3), chikuwa ($3), fried tofu ($5) & the oh-so-tender beef tendon ($5). The broth it comes served in is really light but that doesn’t compromise on flavour. Everything also comes slicked in this slimey but tasty coating too, sounds gross but I enjoyed it. 😂

Not sure if the items in the set change but it’s a pretty good option if it’s your first time here.


Oden Mori ($15)
Relatively new oden joint Yama-ya serves up tasty oden selection that won’t burn a hole in the pocket. Prices of the sticks start from $2. For the indecisive, try the oden mori so you get to sample a variety of items they have to offer. My personal favourite had to be the beef brisket as it was so tender it melts in the mouth. From the people at Nobu-ya, it is no wonder our orders for the evening were so prompt and satisfying.