If you were to live in Japan – ramen and rice would be the daily, common meal for you. I can live with that! Their regular ramen shops are found near the train stations and even inside the stations itself. It is usually set up as a self-service shop with vending machines where you’ll place your order and most of the time – these places has no chairs. You’ll love it specially if you’re on your way to work as they serve fast! The regular ramen shops that I am talking about is a little different from the specialty ramens like Ramen Nagi, Ippudo etc. Based on my observation Ramen shops that serves more than different flavors and types of noodles are considered as their casual and fine dining in Japan.
We have discovered Nadai Fujisoba and it is the exact same concept of the Ramen Shops that you’ll find in the streets, train stations of Japan! The taste has a huge resemblance too! Its legit!
We were also surprised how affordable the price is as it is in Japan.
The set is around P250 (includes ramen of your choice and rice bowl)
The place is a true gem in Bonifacio High Street
I love how their staff also speaks Nihongo before, during, after serving.
Building 7, Bonifacio High Street,Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
O tanoshimi kudasai!
Disclaimer: Prices are subject to change without prior notice. This post is not sponsored and is based on a hundred percent “heyjaey” hands on / tasting experience and personal views. We may or may not be always on the same page but hey thanks for dropping by anyway! Feel free to drop in some comments/suggestions.