December 09, 2014

Mendokoro Ramenba in Makati

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    A newly opened restaurant in Salcedo, Makati City, Mendokoro Ramenba is the first ever ramen house that only has counters…no seats & tables! 

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    According to Mr. Elbert, owner of Yushoken restaurant in Alabang, the ramen taste and texture of noodles change as time passes. So it is best served to the customers as quickly as possible.

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    It usually takes 3 minutes to bring the ramen from the kitchen to the customer’s table. Thus, the concept of a ramen counter shortens the time needed to serve the ramen because it is prepared literally in front of the customer, he added.

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    Shoyu Ramen (P390)

    This idea is quite challenging especially in the Philippine setting wherein Filipinos usually dine as a family or group. However, ramen counters are very common in Japan, and Mendokoro Ramenba aims to serve Filipinos with authentic hot bowls of ramen while maintaining its deliciousness up to the last slurp!

     

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    To order in Mendokoro Ramenba, you have to purchase a ticket and wait for your number to be called.

    Mendokoro Ramenba is on a dry run until February. For now, they serve up to 80 bowls of ramen at lunchtime and up to 100 bowls at dinnertime.

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