July 04, 2019

Ramen Shimada Is Your Affordable Ramen Place in Little Tokyo, Makati

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  • Everyone can’t seem to get enough of ramen these days—thanks to the chilly weather and the ramen joints popping left and right.

    Well, you now have better reasons to slurp a hot bowl of ramen. Just recently, Ramen Shimada moved from Pasay to Little Tokyo in Makati, maintaining its affordability all the while serving quality and authentic taste.

    You’ve probably heard of Ramen Shimada when it first opened in Pasay last year, serving affordable yet high-quality ramen bowls that anyone couldn’t resist. They have well-trained Japanese chefs that ensure every bowl remains its authenticity.

    If you’re getting curious as to what’s in store for you, you’re in for a treat as Ramen Shimada has a lot of old and new offerings!

    For first-timers, you’ll never go wrong with their Tonkotsu Shoyu Ramen (Php 280). This bowl is seasoned with the popular Japanese soy sauce shoyu and best paired with, of course, Tonkotsu.

    Tonkotsu Shoyu Ramen (Php 280)

    Another bowl to try if you like their Japanese shoyu seasoning is their Yonaki Ramen Shoyu (Php 250).

    Yonaki Ramen Shoyu (Php 250)

    For spicy lovers, meanwhile, sample the ever-flavorful Tantanmen (Php 330). You may also add ingredients or change the tenderness of your noodle. Pick from Katame (Hard), Futsu (Normal), or Yawaraka me (Soft).

    Tantanmen (Php 330)

    Looking for something new? You may try Ramen Shimada’s masterpieces that were launched earlier this year: the Tonkotsu Yasai Ramen and the Kannana Ramen. 

    Tonkotsu Yasai Ramen (Php 320) is quite similar to Tonkotsu Shoyu Ramen, but with the addition of bean sprouts. It’s made with the restaurant’s homemade chashu, topped with moyashi (bean sprouts), kikurage (wood ear mushroom), negi (spring onion), and rayu (chili oil).

    Tonkotsu Yasai Ramen (Php 320)

    Kannana Ramen (Php 320), on the other hand, is thicker and creamier—thanks to the seabura. It’s served with the same ingredients as Tonkotsu Yasai Ramen, but this one is a bit garlicky.

    Kannana Ramen (Php 320)

    If the generous amount of ingredients in a bowl isn’t enough to fill your appetite, you can also get the Cyoinomi Set (Php 220). It comes with a platter of chasu, eggs, as well as a bottle of San Miguel beer.

    Cyoinomi Set w/ Beer (Php 220)

    Fill your bellies with a hot bowl of ramen this rainy season, and visit Ramen Shimada at Little Tokyo, Chino Roces Ave., Legaspi Village, Makati.

    For more information, you may contact them via 0956-041-7181 or 0929-613-1281. They are open from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. daily. 

                 
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