Saturday, September 25, 2010

Ramen Bar

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.

The menu is limited.

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.

Ramen Bar
G/F Eastwood Mall
Libis, Quezon City,
Manila, Philippines

That's All!


Keith said...

Aline, here the word ramen conjures up images of instant noodles soaking in high sodium broth for .25 USD (13 PHP) a serving. This restaurant looks wonderful. Iwould probably have to look at them differently from now on

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