Best 6 Ramen Restos You Must Try Around Makati

Food has been one of our best excuses to release stress from school or work. This season could be perfect to explore something new to satisfy our taste buds. Ramen is taking over the Internet, so, why not try it before you get outdated. This article gives you the list of the best ramen restos in Makati that make the most of the season.

1. Mendokoro Ramenba

Have you heard about the resto where a controversy about Ellen Adarna took place? Well, forget about it and try to focus on the ramen itself. This ramen seems to be delicious to have a celebrity customer. If you’re curious, then you should give it a try!

Location: G/F, V Corporate Center, Soliman Street (3.07 km), Salcedo Village Makati, 1227 Metro Manila Makati City
Operating hours: 11 a.m –  12 a.m.
No: Reservations, Delivery, Takeout, Groups, Alcohol, Outdoor Seating, Pets, and Caters
Yes:  Credit cards, Wheelchair accessible, Parking, WiFi, and Waiter service
Price:  P300 – P500

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2. Ramen Kuroda

“PS: It tastes better when you slurp!”- now, you already have an idea how to deliciously eat ramen. If you’re looking for a ramen menu using homemade noodles and quality ingredients that serves authentic and affordable dishes, then this resto is the one.

Location: Ayala Avenue 3rd Floor, RCBC Plaza Tower 1 Makati, Metro Manila Makati City
Operating Hours: 10:30 a.m – 9:30 p.m.
No: Reservations, Delivery, Credit Cards, and WiFi
Yes:  Take-out, Alcohol, and Outdoor Seating
Price: P150 – P300

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3. Ramen Nagi

Ramen Nagi is hailed as the best one in Tokyo, and also known as BUTAO. “BUTA” means pork and “O” mean King – that leads to Pork King. Filipino line up for hours just to get a taste of it!

Location:  Esperanza St., Ayala Center 2/F Greenbelt 3, Makati, 1223 Metro Manila Makati City
Operating Hours: 11 a.m – 11 p.m.
No: Reservations, Delivery, Take-out, Alcohol, WiFi, and Caters
Yes: Credit Cards, Parking, Groups, Outdoor Seating, and Waiter Service
Price: 300 – 500

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4. Wrong Ramen

Isn’t it ironic to eat the wrong ramen? They had no experience, no Japanese cooks, and no reputation to start with. They were amateurs who really wanted to make ramen so bad. So if you think it’s a good try, then let’s find out.

Location: Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City Taguig, Metro Manila, Taguig City
Operating Hours: 11 a.m – 12 a.m.
No: Delivery, Take-out, and Groups
Yes: Reservations, Credit Cards, Outdoor Seating, WiFi, and Waiter Service
Price: 300 – 500

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5. Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen

Let’s try this Tonkotsu ramen from Yamagoya Ramen of Japan, which has been around since 1970 – specializing in Chikuho noodles which are described as thin and straight noodles! Hmm sounds interesting, and yummy.

Location: Concourse P1 Level, Power Plant Mall Hidalgo Drive Makati, Metro Manila Makati City
Operating Hours: 11 a.m – 10 p.m.
No: Reservations, Delivery, Alcohol, WiFi, and Caters
Yes: Take-out, Credit Cards, Groups, Outdoor Seating, and Waiter Service
Price: P300 – P500

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6. Kitchitora of Tokyo

Want noodles that are made from high-quality flour that brings an authentic flavor of Japanese ramen? All are available at Kitchitora of Tokyo!

Location: Ayala Center Ayala Avenue 2/F, Glorietta 5 Makati, 1226 Metro Manila, Makati City
Operating Hours: 10 a.m – 9 p.m
No: Delivery, Outdoor Seating, WiFi, Pets, and Caters
Yes:  Reservations, Take-out, Credit Cards, Groups, Alcohol, and Waiter Service
Price: P300 – P500

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Makati is surrounded with good ramen restos – giving you no reason not to experience and taste the best ones.
Even us, the Obra Team can’t resist the aroma when passing by a ramen house- we always end up with “Tara, kain tayo guys”. Period. So, what are you waiting for? We already provided the list, it’s all up to you which ramen resto.

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