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6 Ramen Spots to Heat You Up this Rainy Season at Megaworld Lifestyle Malls

  • Forbes Town
  • Eastwood City
  • Lucky Chinatown
  • Newport Mall
  • Uptown Bonifacio
  • Venice Grand Canal
Jun 13, 2018

The rainy season is officially happening in the Philippines! The season for umbrellas, coats, jackets, boots, and everything else are pretty evident now. The cold and breezy weather has surely been keeping you cozy and comfortable at your home, but of course it's also a perfect time to keep you warmed up outdoors. No worries! A good hangout outdoors on this chilly season is a great opportunity to enjoy a hot bowl of your favorite Ramen dish (yes, it's Ramen time!)

What is Ramen anyway? Ramen is a noodle soup dish that originated in China and has become one of the most popular dishes in Japan through the recent decades. It's made out of noodles (of course!) and comes along with a selection of toppings (chashu, tamago, seaweed, meat, etc.). 

Don't know where to have your Ramen fix yet? Do not fret! Check out the list we made below. You definitely won't run out of places to go to!

Ippudo

Location: G/F 1880 Building - Eastwood City | UG/F, Uptown Mall 

Photo by: Ippudo Philippines
This LIMITED EDITION Miso Akamaru is a special blend of rich flavors and is infused with 4 Japanese miso. Better taste this indulging ramen before it's gone!

Ramen Kuroda
Location: 3/F, Cyber & Fashion Mall - Eastwood City | 3/F, Lucky Chinatown | 2/F, Venice Grand Canal
Photo by: Ramen Kuroda
Savor a flavorful set of a ramen bowl with a delicious tonkatsu rice meal! This will surely make your tummies happy and full for the rest of the day.

Keizo Gastropub
Location: Forbes Town Road
Photo by: Booky.com
Keizo Gastropub is known for its delicious Japanese dishes -- and their ramen is also to die for! Be it spicy or not, their big bowls are sure to keep you warm outdoors!

Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen
Location: 4/F, Newport Mall
Photo by: Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen
Craving for Tonkotsu? Level up your Tonkotsu cravings with a hot bowl of Yuzu-tama Tonkotsu! This comes with corn cob and seaweed to balance out the exquisite flavor of this dish.

 Wrong Ramen
Location: Forbes Town Road

Photo by: Wrong Ramen
We all know how ramen is supposed to be (how it basically should taste and the ingredients in it) -- in their case, their ramen dishes are just out-of-the-blue, but that's what Wrong Ramen is known for (hence, forming the brand name). This little nook at the heart of Forbes Town has already made noise for its extraordinary ramen flavors beyond your imagination. To everybody's surprise, it tastes even as good as how you'd imagine it.  

Mitsuyado Sei-men

Location: G/F, Venice Grand Canal

Photo by: Mitsuyado sei-men
The House of Tsukemen offers different soupy dishes that are sure to give you the warmth you need this rainy season. Be sure to try out the Karashi Tsukemen. If you're up for a dash of spice on your ramen dish, this is definitely the dish for you.

No matter how cold the rainy season brings, there's still a reason to go and chill outside your home -- but never forget to keep dry and stay warm!

Stay updated with our news and promos! Follow our Facebook and Instagram pages to find out.

The rainy season is officially happening in the Philippines! The season for umbrellas, coats, jackets, boots, and everything else are pretty evident now. The cold and breezy weather has surely been keeping you cozy and comfortable at your home, but of course it's also a perfect time to keep you warmed up outdoors. No worries! A good hangout outdoors on this chilly season is a great opportunity to enjoy a hot bowl of your favorite Ramen dish (yes, it's Ramen time!)

What is Ramen anyway? Ramen is a noodle soup dish that originated in China and has become one of the most popular dishes in Japan through the recent decades. It's made out of noodles (of course!) and comes along with a selection of toppings (chashu, tamago, seaweed, meat, etc.).

Don't know where to have your Ramen fix yet? Do not fret! Check out the list we made below. You definitely won't run out of places to go to!

Ippudo

Location: G/F 1880 Building - Eastwood City | UG/F, Uptown Mall

Their LIMITED EDITION Miso Akamaru is a special blend of rich flavors and is infused with 4 Japanese miso. Better taste this indulging ramen before it's gone!

Ramen Kuroda

Location: 3/F, Cyber & Fashion Mall - Eastwood City | 3/F, Lucky Chinatown | 2/F, Venice Grand Canal

Savor a flavorful set of a ramen bowl with a delicious tonkatsu rice meal! This will surely make your tummies happy and full for the rest of the day.

Keizo Gastropub

Location: Forbes Town Road

Keizo Gastropub is known for its delicious Japanese dishes -- and their ramen is also to die for! Be it spicy or not, their big bowls are sure to keep you warm outdoors!

Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen

Location: 4/F, Newport Mall

Craving for Tonkotsu? Level up your Tonkotsu cravings with a hot bowl of Yuzu-tama Tonkotsu! This comes with corn cob and seaweed to balance out the exquisite flavor of this dish.

 Wrong Ramen

Location: Forbes Town Road

We all know how ramen is supposed to be (how it basically should taste and the ingredients in it) -- in their case, their ramen dishes are just out-of-the-blue, but that's what Wrong Ramen is known for. This little nook at the heart of Forbes Town has already made noise for its extraordinary ramen flavors beyond your imagination. To everybody's surprise, it tastes even as good as how you'd imagine it.  

Mitsuyado Sei-men

Location: G/F, Venice Grand Canal

The House of Tsukemen offers different soupy dishes that are sure to give you the warmth you need this rainy season. Be sure to try out the Karashi Tsukemen. If you're up for a dash of spice on your ramen dish, this is definitely the dish for you.

No matter how cold the rainy season brings, there's still a reason to go and chill outside your home -- but never forget to keep dry and stay warm!

Stay updated with our news and promos! Follow our Facebook and Instagram pages to find out.

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