January 27, 2020

Oori Korean Restaurant at Sheraton Manila Hotel

Oori Korean Restaurant at Sheraton Manila Hotel

Oori Korean Restaurant is the specialty Korean Restaurant of Sheraton Manila Hotel. Oori specializes in Korean barbecue, Bibimbap, and other traditional Korean comfort food. The restaurant has two distinct dining spaces, each offering a unique dining experience to the guests.

Oori Korean Restaurant at Sheraton Manila Hotel
Bibimbap by Oori | Sheraton Manila Hotel

Guests arriving at the restaurant will be welcomed by the casual dining vibe of Bibimbap by Oori. Here diners can order Korean comfort meals that are straightforward yet authentic, uncomplicated yet uncompromised. Bibimbap by Oori specializes in Bibimbap, Korean pancakes, noodles, and other classic Korean street foods. See the a la carte menu ►

Oori Korean Restaurant at Sheraton Manila Hotel
Bibimbap by Oori | Sheraton Manila Hotel

During our visit, we tried two varieties of their bibimbap, starting with the classic Bulgogi Bibimbap (불고기 비빔밥). The sweet soy sauce marinated beef is served on a bed of steamed short-grain rice and topped with gim (김) or dried edible seaweed. It comes with two choices of banchan (반찬) or Korean side dishes.

Bulgogi Bibimbap | Bibimbap by Oori, Sheraton Manila Hotel

We also tried a Filipino version of bibimbap, the Sisig Bibimbap (시식 비빔밥). Sisig is the perfect choice to combine with bibimbap because Koreans also love Sisig. The sisig was cooked pork meat and then served on a bed of steamed short-grain rice and then topped with chicharon (Filipino pork cracklings), long chili, and gim (dried edible seaweed). This also comes with two choices of banchan (반찬).

Sisig Bibimbap | Bibimbap by Oori, Sheraton Manila Hotel

Traditionally, a variety of sauteed vegetables or namul (나물) are also served in the bowl together with the bibimbap, and finally topped with a poached egg. Here at Oori, they serve the sauteed vegetables and the poached egg separately, allowing the diners to customize their bibimbap according to their preference. For added spiciness, guests can also add gochujang (고추장) or chili paste to their bibimbap.

Dakgangjung (Korean Fried Chicken) | Bibimbap by Oori, Sheraton Manila Hotel

Fried chicken is the universal comfort food, and the Dakgangjung (닭강정) or Korean fried chicken is a must-try here at Bibimbap by Oori. The chicken was deboned and coated with a sweet and spicy sauce. It stays crispy even after being soaked in the sauce. The friend chicken can be enjoyed on its own or with bibimbap or plain steamed rice. It also comes with two choices of banchan (반찬).

Oori Korean Restaurant at Sheraton Manila Hotel
Main Dining Area | Oori Korean Restaurant, Sheraton Manila Hotel

Tucked inside the restaurant is the Korean barbecue section of Oori. This restaurant within a restaurant features dining tables with built-in smokeless barbecue grills. The main dining area can accommodate groups of four to six persons while private dining rooms can accommodate eight to twenty-four persons.

Oori Korean Restaurant at Sheraton Manila Hotel
Private Dining Room | Oori Korean Restaurant, Sheraton Manila Hotel

The Korean barbecue restaurant also has it own menu featuring premium meats and seafood for grilling as well as specialty Korean dishes and desserts. The restaurant also has an extensive selection of fresh and chilled juices, local and imported beers, classic and Korean cocktails, soju and sake, as well as premium spirits. See the a la carte menu ►

Banchan (Korean Side Dishes) | Oori Korean Restaurant, Sheraton Manila Hotel

Korean cuisine is also known for its stews, soups, and hotpots. One of the signature dishes of Oori is the Mandu Jeongol (김치 만두 전골) or Korean dumpling hotpot. This is a sour and spicy soup cooked with kimchi, pork and Korean dumplings (mandu). This serving is good for two persons and can be a meal on its own, or can be shared by a group as an appetizer.

Mandu Jeongol (Korean Dumpling Hotpot) | Oori Korean Restaurant, Sheraton Manila Hotel

Meat choices for Korean barbecue include U.S. and Australian beef, Spanish Duroc pork, king prawns and chicken. Meat combinations are also available as set menus.

Duroc Pork Collar | Oori Korean Restaurant, Sheraton Manila Hotel

During our visit, we ordered the Australian Mulwarra Wagyu Ribeye (+9) and the Duroc Pork Collar. Our order came with steamed rice, five choices of side dishes (banchan), fresh local lettuce, fresh mushrooms, and fresh vegetables.

Australian Mulwarra Wagyu Ribeye | Oori Korean Restaurant, Sheraton Manila Hotel

As mentioned earlier, Oori Korean Restaurant features smokeless barbecue grills that use bamboo charcoal. Unlike electric grills, Korean barbecue cooked over charcoal has a subtle smokey flavor. Here at Oori, guests can choose to grill their barbecue themselves or have them grilled by the restaurant's staff.



A popular way of eating Korean barbecue is to wrap the grilled meat in lettuce like a spring roll before eating. You can also dip the roll in ssamjang sauce which the staff can prepare for you. Alternatively, you can add kimchi inside the roll. A simple way to enjoy grilled meat is to dip it in rock salt which will release the pure umami taste of the meat.

Mango Bingsu (left), Fresh Fruits Bingsu (right) | Oori Korean Restaurant, Sheraton Manila Hotel

No other dessert can be more Korean than Bingsu (빙수) or shaved ice milk. A more modern version of this classic Korean dessert is the Mango Bingsu which is topped with sweet mangoes from Guimaras, corn flakes and chunks of cheesecake. The Koreans' love for mangoes makes the Mango Bingsu a popular choice. Oori also serves Fresh Fruits Bingsu which is a less sweet and healthier version.


Marriott Bonvoy members, both checked-in and non-stay guests, enjoy the following benefits when dining at Oori Korean Restaurant:

  • Discount - applicable to all dishes and drinks from the a la carte menu
    • 10% Discount for Members and Silver Elite Members
    • 15% Discount for Gold Elite Members
    • 20% Discount for Platinum Elite, Titanium Elite and Ambassador Elite Members
  • Points Earning - 10 points for every US$1 eligible spend
    • minimum spend of US$10 (excluding taxes, fees and tips) to be eligible
    • Elite Bonus Points are awarded to members who are checked-in to Sheraton Manila Hotel

See complete Terms & Conditions.





Oori Korean Restaurant
Level 2, Sheraton Manila Hotel
80 Andrews Avenue, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Contact: +63 (02) 7902-1800
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Opening Hours
Bibimbap by Oori: 12:00nn to 10:30pm
Oori Korean Restaurant: 12:00nn to 2:30pm; 6:00pm to 10:30pm