The famous Japanese food chain reintroduces to the public their contribution to the ramen craze. There are three variants to choose from: Spicy Chicken, Braised Pork, and Tempura Miso. We chose the last two. We ordered the Braised Pork Ramen as part of a Combo Pack (Php 150), meaning it comes with a glass of Red Iced Tea and Gyoza. For the Tempura Miso, we bought a Snack Size (Php 99).
The ramen is served with thin, high quality noodles, shredded cabbage, nori, and half of a hardboiled egg. The broth of the Braised Pork Ramen tastes a little like cardboard; it lacks the heartiness of made-from-scratch broth. Good thing the meat pieces are juicy, flavorful, and a little sweet.
The Tempura Miso is better. The miso adds the needed flavor for the one-dimensional broth. This ramen has a punctuated and deeper taste. This ramen comes with one piece of well-fried ebi tempura. Delicious.
The Gyoza is OK, good enough. It is yummy, but not extraordinary.
Try some Tokyo Tokyo Ramen and judge for yourself.