We went all the way to Eastwood mall to meet up with Don (Phil's chef friend from LA) – I suggested Ramen since I've been hearing buzz about the place.
Ramen bar's chasyu ramen (P380) reminded me of daikokuya ramen in LA's little Tokyo.
It has a thick/creamy pork broth, slices of chasyu (braised pork belly) and tamago (soft boiled egg) – Taste wise, the chasyu was cooked to perfection, soft and tasty, the broth was a little salty but was creamy and good.
Phil ordered for yakiniku beef rice Toppings (P165), the beef was tender and tasty which comes in a bowl.
Don ordered for Sappori miso Ramen (P320), but he actually didn’t like it.
Service is just ok. At around 2-3PM on a Saturday, some servers we're outside the restaurant comfortably seated (Indian seat while holding their compact) in the bench right in front of the restaurant. ;-)
PS: Their big plates and big bowl is not really big.
Not really the best ramen in town but their chasyu ramen is good.
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