Ramen restaurants continue to sprout in many places in Manila because ramen is easy to eat and can give you a completely satisfied tummy in a bowl!
Ramen is made up of noodles, meat broth, eggs and a variety of toppings depending on the order.
On Facebook, a netizen shared his top 8 ramen places in Manila that he loves so we can stop by and enjoy delicious ramen as well. Here is his list in ascending order:
Ralph describes Moshi Koshi ramen as very basic, consisting of shio, shoyu, miso and tantanmen. Their ‘basic’ ramen does not sacrifice flavor and quality and the price is very inexpensive as well.
Ralph loved the ramen from the broth to the noodles but what made him decide to place Ramen Kuroda on his list is their chasu. Chasu is stewed pork. He also mentioned about the price tag being very cheap for its quality.
Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen
Ralph loves chasu! His favorite chasu is grilled in Ikkoryu Fukuoka and he immediately fell in love with it. He shared that because he loved it so much, he ate at three of their branches in three days, straight.
Paitan ramen, which has chicken broth is what made the restaurant to the 5th place. Its broth is thick and very tasty, and the chicken was just as flavorful.
Sometimes when you eat the same thing over and over again, you get sick of it, right? Ippudo keeps their customers coming back because they offer new flavors from time to time. Ralph’s favorite is Kuro ramen.
Hokkaido Santouka Ramen
The restaurant’s food has greatly improved from the time he first took a bowl of ramen here. Their chasu is sliced so thinly and is not lacking flavor. The noodles are not sloppy and the menu has more variety than before.
Ramen Nagi allows customers to customize their ramen to their own liking, which is great because it keeps them coming back for a different menu every time.
The chasu is always a reason for choosing a good ramen place. In Mendokoro Ramenba, their chasu ‘melts in your mouth’. Other main ingredients like the broth and the noodles are just as good!