I love Japanese food. It’s my favorite among all cuisines. From raw sashimi to yummy ramen! I actually have a quest to find the best tasting ramen here in Manila and so far Kichitora’s Pai Tan Ramen is winning (review was not made! have to dine there again soon!).
They have a very cozy interior.
They actually have a number of dishes that are pretty common in ramen houses. Price ranges from 200-500php
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Their Tantanmen Ramen isn’t that bad but it wasn’t exceptional like everyone is talking about either. I found that there wasn’t much dimension on their broth. It was flat. At 400+ it wasn’t worth it. I wasn’t able to finish mine, not because it filled me up but it had that “nakakasawa” feel. You get used to the taste immediately.
Happy Tummy ordered their curry and he said it wasn’t special either. The pork meat was too tough and ordinary compared to YABU’s. The saving grace of this dish was the rice. He said it was like japanese rice, small, a bit chewy, and nice to eat.