Turning Japanese Again
Japanese food will never go out of style and with the still
ongoing ramen wars, more and more Japanese restaurants
will open up. Here are three of the newer ones that we've
tried and actually liked.
Isogi by Kai
This smaller version of Kai restaurant is one of
the best options to havea meal before or after
attending mass in Sancturio de San Antonio.
It gets full sometimes so we prefer to go here
on a rainy days when most of the people are lazy
to cross to the complex to get food.
Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen
There was a line even for late lunch in its
SM Aura branch but it was worth it.
Having many choices on where to get ramen
is really good during these months when
the weather makes us yearn for soup.
We did order rice and karaage but enjoyed
our ramen more.
Mogu Tree Noodle House
For those in the east, there is a noodle place that's been gaining
popularity and for a good reason. Residents of Marikina can now enjoy
a bowl of their favorite noodle without venturing out of the neigborhood.
We liked the idea of picking our own noodles and toppings.
Their prices are pretty affordable too.