Yummy Tokyo: Unlimited Ramen

Splurge on UNLIMITED RAMEN this rainy season for just Php 399 or you can have it for FREE if you finish 5 or more bowls!

They have 8 types of ramen: the Ramen Overload which is the classic Miso Ramen that comes with 2 pcs. gyoza for just Php 179. Their Miso, Spicy Miso, Tantanmen, Curry, Cold Ramen, Shoyu, Tonkotsu, and Seafood Ramen. We’re able to try the following:

Gyoza – you can have this gyoza in 2 pcs for Php 39 or 6pcs. This is the most affordable gyoza I ever had but I am not really a fan of it. The size was the usual size of gyoza but the meat was a too few well, I can’t really complain about that since it’s only Php 39. The taste was just so-so. Well, this is a great companion for their ramen but if you want more meat, I would recommend that you add chashu instead. Adding a slice of chashu or a piece of ajitsuke tamago would cost you only Php 40.

Price: Php 99
Table for: 6 pcs
Drink Rating: 3/5

Miso – noodles in a creamy, nutty, and hearty miso soup, topped with a slice of chashu and half aji tamago. The aji tamago and chashu in all their ramen were consistently cooked perfectly. This ramen is my favorite!

Price: Php 149
Table for: 1
Drink Rating: 5/5

Spicy Miso – noodles in a bowl of spicy miso soup, topped with a slice of chashu and half aji tamago. Since, we, Filipinos are not used to or not everyone is used to that super spicy ramen that the Japanese love, they made it in a way that you can adjust the spiciness level according to your preference.

Price: Php 169
Table for: 1
Drink Rating: 5/5

Tantanmen – noodles in a reddish, spicy chili, and sesame soup, topped with a slice of chashu and half aji tamago. I really love tantanmen and this one, for its price is surprisingly really delicious. Who would have thought that I can have this ramen for less than Php 200?

Price: Php 189
Table for: 1
Drink Rating: 5/5

Curry – noodles in a creamy curry soup, topped with a slice of chashu and half aji tamago. Not everyone is a fan of ramen because of its strong smell and flavor but this one was, I think suited to my Filipino palate. The curry flavor was not too strong or overpowering giving it the ramen taste that we are used to.

Price: Php 189
Table for: 1
Drink Rating: 4/5

Cold Ramen – noodles in a cold shoyu soup, topped with chicken strips, corn, and cucumber. This version of their ramen is not typical with us Filipinos since we are used to the usual hot ramen. Well, this one really got my attention since I love sesame oil. This one is a bit sweet but has the right flavor. I also love the fresh cucumber and corn that goes with it. If I were to dine here again and have their unlimited ramen, I would definitely ask for more corn and cucumber, it’s not that it is not enough but I just love it!

Price: Php 149
Table for: 1
Drink Rating: 5/5

Tonkotsu – noodles in a savory pork bones soup, topped with a slice of chashu, nori, and half aju tamago. This has a stronger flavor than the Miso Ramen.

Price: Php 149
Table for: 1
Drink Rating: 4/5

Seafood – noodles in a savory scallop-based soup, topped with cabbage strips, kani sticks, and narutomaki. The flavor was really different because of its base but if you love a seafood, I am sure that you will also love this. Also, I love how the cabbage was perfectly cooked!

Price: Php 169
Table for: 1
Drink Rating: 5/5

Overall, all their ramen was really “sulit” and yes, delicious! I would definitely come back to try their Unlimited Ramen Challenge or simply enjoy a bowl of their Miso Ramen or have a Cold Ramen on a hot day (or maybe even if it’s not hot).

Disclaimer: We’re invited to taste their food but this review was written with my honest opinion.

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