I love Japanese food but not fond of Ramen. Although, when I tasted Ramen Bar’s Spicy Karaage Ramen, I instantly became a fan! Cooked and presented beautifully with great flavors. Topped with fried boneless chicken in spicy shoyu (soy based) ramen. Spicy good! (Php280.00)
We got 3 orders of this Seafood Ramen as everyone in my family are seafood lovers. I love the lightness of the shio (salt) based soup ramen with squid and shrimps on it. A very heart warming dish! (Php380.00)
R.B.S. #1 is a shining example of goodness! It is soy infused Tonkotsu (pork bone) Ramen topped with tamago (soft boiled egg), naruto (fish sticks), nori (dried seaweed), negi (string onion), chasyu (sliced pork) and kakuni (braised pork belly). You can see the pork belly fats that were rendered perfectly. Believe me, its a symphony of flavors in your mouth! (Php380.00)
These Kakuni Buns remind me of Cua Pao. It has a slab of braised pork belly inserted in a folded steamed bun with a sweet sauce that worked lovely with the Japanese mayo. I can easily finish 2 orders of this in one seating! (Php220.00)
For me, it is a must to order any beef dish when dining in a Japanese restaurant. I am a rice eater so, it was quite natural for me to try their Yakiniku Beef Rice. (Php165.00)
This particular Ramen Bar branch we visited is located at Robinsons Magnolia.
Robinsons Magnolia – Robinsons Magnolia, Doña M Hemady Ave
Valencia, Quezon City
Eastwood – G/F Eastwood Mall, E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave.
Bagumbayan, Quezon City / (02) 570-9457
The Venice Piazza (McKinley) – G/F The Venice Piazza, McKinley Hill
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig / (02) 552-1636