Ippudo Philippines

Ippudo Philippines. Ramen Restaurant. | Akamaru Shinaji. Ippudo Pork Bun. Karaka-Men. Black Sesame Ice Cream. | Japan’s World Famous Ramen now in Manila. The Akamaru Shinaji ~ Ippudo’s original tonkotsu broth enhanced with special blended miso paste and fragrant garlic oil. Served with thin noodles, pork belly, kikurage, spring onions & Tamago. A refined, modern-style ramen. The broth is so flavorful & rich with a hint of spicyness. The noodles are al dente. The pork belly is soft & tender. The tamago add a silky texture & salty taste. The Pork bun is an all time favorite! Steamed bun with a juicy braised pork belly & Ippudo’s original sauce. I love their ramen but this pork bun is amazingly good. Its sweet, salty & tasty. Its simple, really melts in your mouth & so yummy. The Karaka-Men ~ Ippudo’s original tonkotsu broth served with thin wavy noodles, pork belly, spring onions & Tamago. The special spicy minced meat, miso paste & fragrant garlic oil, add a kick to the senses. This flavorful fiery ramen will definitely open your senses. The broth is savory & spicy. When you sip the soup, slurp the noodles & devour some of the toppings..oh my…the heat is on! For dessert, the Black Sesame Ice Cream a fragrant black sesame ice cream with red bean paste & crunchy wafer. The black sesame ice cream is creamy, rich, not that sweet & has a grainy texture. The red bean paste is smooth & has some bits of crushed beans. It makes the ice cream more luscious. The wafers are crisp, dry & sweet. | Ippudo Philippines serves 3 kinds of ramen: Shiromaru Motoaji, Akamaru Shinaji and Karaka-Men. Diners can choose the doneness of the noodles. If you want it soft, hard or very hard. You can also customized your ramen by adding pork belly, seaweed or tamago. If you have soup left in your bowl, you can order extra noodles as well. It has a modern & hip ambiance but still has a classic vibe. Its an open kitchen so you’ll see how your ramen is prepared. By the way, Ippudo Philippines is brought to us by the same group behind Yabu. |Located at 3/F, Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City.



FoodforTata • September 28, 2014

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  1. misstache November 10, 2014 - 12:13 am Reply

    Black Sesame Ice Cream brought me here. Your description sounds like it’s tasty, I hope it’s as good as the ones in the streets of Japan! Though this one is more like a high end version. :)

    • therealsherose November 10, 2014 - 12:55 am Reply

      The unique taste of the sesame ice cream sooo good.

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