From last year up to present, there are a lot of new ramen shops that sprouted in Manila. They are considered "Ramen-ya". Every ramen-ya develops their own soup and that is considered the most crucial ingredient for a ramen-ya's success. In Japan, the average price for a bowl of ramen is around 500 pesos.
We ordered the following dishes:
|Ajitama Tonkotsu | Php 380.00|
|Spicy Tobanjan Tonkotsu | Php 380.00|
|Gyoza | Php 150.00|
Do I recommend it?
Well, I will give them the benefit of the doubt that they will still improve as this is their 3rd day of operations.The un-burnt gyoza was good. The chasyu in the ramen is their best asset. The half-boiled egg is just alright and the soup base is so-so. In conclusion, it's a good place to try out another ramen but unless they improve their soup base, other ramen shops will beat them fast.
Here's their menu: (Pardon the tilted photos I took of the menu)
Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen is part of Yamagoya Ramen and Y.S.FOOD CO., LTD. The Company is headquartered in Fukuoka, operates over 40 restaurants in Japan, from Fukuoka (the home town) to Tokyo, Osaka and other cities. Internationally the group has over 150 restaurants from Taiwan, Thailand and China. Started in 1970, the franchising only commenced last 2010.
Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen
5th level, East Wing
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