An outpost of Japanese flair in the rarified air of Beverley, Ogino has been offering up sushi, sashimi and other favourites to the East yorkshire public. Lead by head chef Reiko Ogino-Stamford, their team of chefs use the abundant fresh ingredients that are available to them in Yorkshire and then apply classical Japanese techniques to them. Make the journey out from Hull to Butcher’s Row, just remember to book a table first.
Japanese food is a food trend that continues to grow and grow in the UK, and for those living in Beverley near Hull, there is one restaurant that stands above all others. Ogino was opened by Reiko Ogino-Stamford in 2012, and has gone from strength to strength since, bringing the authentic flavours of Japan to these quiet corner of East Yorkshire. Check out their menu and we’re sure you’ll agree with us.
They offer only the finest in Japanese cuisine at Ogino on Butcher’s Row in Beverley, so let us talk you through a little of it. Sushi and sashimi are permanent favourites, but the real strength is in the lesser-known, more authentic offerings. We recommend the Wagyu beef hache, a take on steak tartare served with Yorkshire garden peas. If you’re in Beverley, Hull or beyond, then Ogino is a superb dining options: book your table now.
Lovely food, nice atmosphere and good service. The sharing platter had a great selection, the sushi was good and the sea bass was very fresh.
Amazing food every time , great service just a class place all round , been going a few years now and never had a bad meal 😁
Beautiful food, very attentive staff, great beer and a nice setting. It’s not traditional Japanese food, more a Yorkshire interpretation but still 10/10 nonetheless of course