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Nagi! It’s newly opened and there are lots of pepole. It’s in stylish area, Fort Bonifacio SM AURA. Tonkotsu base broth is really Japanese tonkotsu taste. When you eat 50%, you’d better mix Fire Sauce and change the taste. You can change the firmness of ramen, toppings based on your preference.
Very delicious!! The best Miso Ramen in Manila. Ramen Daisho is located along Shaw Blvd. Although it’s not in big mall, 1-2km from the center of Ortigas, lots of people go there to eat deliciou ramen. Not only ramen, but also others, such as gyoza, are delicious.
We could say that Mitsuydo Sei-Men started the ramen boom in Manila. It is located along Jupiter Street in Makati. Mitsuyado Sei-Men is especially famous for Tsukemen. You should try Cheese Sauce Tsukemen. It was my first time to eat tsukemen with cheese, but it was delicious.
Santouka is well known in Japan. You can try almost the same taste of Japanese Santouka in Manila. The best ramen you should try is “Shio Ramen”. I’m quite sure that it’s the best Shio Ramen in Manila. Now we have Santouka in Glorietta4, Mall of Asia, and Greenhills.
Yushoken is very very delicious!! When I first tryed it, I was surprised that I could eat this kind of delicious ramen in Manila. It’s located in Alabang,,, a bit far from center of Manila, that’s why I cannot eat so often. Because of it, Yushoken’s ranking is No.5. If I am living in Alabang, of course Yushoken is the top.
Hanamaruken opened last November in Trinoma, Quezon City. It is Tonkotsu-Shoyu based soup and very delicious. Not too heavy, not too light. Definitely, the best Ramen restaurant in Quezon City.
Ramen Ron was well known as No.1 ramen restaurant in Manila until 2012. But from end of 2012, lots of famous ramen restaurants opened in Manila. Because of it, ranking is now No.7. But Ron is still good and the taste of it won’t let me forget. Ron is located along Pasay road and always crowded. There is also branch in Mckinley.
Ikkoryu is tonkotsu based ramen, but a little light tonkotsu. When I tryed “Yuzu Koshou Ramen”, I wondered how much they put Yuzu Koshou. I like Yuzu Koshou but it was a little bit spicy. Sometimes bone contains in its Chashuu so be careful. And boiled egg taste is so so. That’s why Ikkoryu is No.8, but Ikkoryu is aggressively increasing branches: Shangri-la Plaza, Rockwell PowerPlant Mall, SM Aura, Alabang Town Center.
Kichitora’s ramen is chiken based and it’s a bit white. If you like chicken based, you should try it. At Megamall in Ortigas, Glorietta5 in Makati, you can find Kichitora.
Until No.9, I can choose easily but from No.10 it was difficult. I put Go-en which is in Quezon city as No.10. Not so many people gather to this ramen restaurant. Maybe it’s because of place. But it offers good ramen. And I can feel that they are trying to do their best. That’s why I put it as No.10. If you are in near Quezon Ave. Station, you can have Japanese taste ramen, teishoku here.