Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Shinjuku Ramen house

Shinjuku is a laid-back Japanese ramen house. Actually, I've been noticing this place for quite some time now... and always wanted to try the one in Makati Avenue for ages, finally...

Shinjuku offers a wide selection of cooked noodles, from ramen to fried noodles to cold noodles to udon - name it and they have it. In my estimate they have 50 different types of specialty noodles in their menu.

The place is unpretentious -looks more of a canteen to me with a Japanese touch.


They also offers non-noodle food such as sushi/ sashimi, tepanyaki, rice toppings and other japansey dish...


We ordered for Maguro/Tuna Sashimi P250.
It doesn't look fresh in the picture but it wasn't fishy at all...
WHOA! The large bowl is really humongous, a family of 3-4 can share this big bowl perhaps...


We ordered for Manten Men. It is a mixed seafood noodles which taste incredibly yummy... This cost roughly around P325-400, as I mentioned above it can be shared by 4 pax :P
As a soup lover, I would definitely be back in this place to slurp some ramen- I have yet to try 40++ more Japanese specialty noodles .... weee yum yum!

Ooohhh they have 3 branches in metro Manila:

Shinjuku Ramen House, Makati Ave.
@7853 Makati Ave. cor. Hercules St.
Makati City, Metro Manila

@2277 Chino Roces Ave., beside Makati Cinema Square Makati City, Metro Manila - (02) 819-1242
@G/F Prince Entertainment Center, 42 West Ave. Quezon City, Metro Manila - (02) 374-1584

That's All!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG!! I want to eat here! Once again your food pictures have made me HUNGRY! I have too many places to try and eat at when I come there....

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oliboy said...

i've always heard this was a good japanese restaurant... i'll try this one for sure! :)

ALiNe said...

@D- D as in Dave? We can accompany you in those resto if you want :)

@Oliboy- Yes,indeed it is...Try try ;)

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m a r g e said...

one of the things i really miss in Manila. Shinjuku is my favorite japanese place in town.

ALiNe said...

Marge- Thanks for dropping :) Come back here na ;-)

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