So I have told you about me not being a fan of Japanese food here in the Philippines but hey! This is just a proof that we shouldn't generalize things. Dad's friends recommended this and it was really worth trying.
Can I just say that it's pretty affordable. I mean, Ramen in Japan is usually 580 and above so that would be like 240 pesos or something.
Family picture. I was wearing yellow to support the Salinggawi Dance Troupe but yah know! FAIL.
Mika! Nothing really special about this picture. I like to call this a filler. Hahaha peace Mika. Oh can I just say that I like the interior! It's not very Japanese but it can give you that feel. This is at Taisho Ramen if you're wondering.
Not the best ramen I've tasted but this one is hella better from the rest I've tasted here in the Philippines. This one is close. I like everything about this bowl of ramen. Except probably the way they offer you the garlic. Usually in Japan, they kind of blended the garlic already whilat here in this place, they serve it by clove and then they give you this device which is quite confusing and hard to operate. Anyways, will try more from that store. Almost everyone ordered the same except for my mom who is not a fan of ramen. Well except when we're in Japan. :)