December 07, 2018

Tsuta Ramen in BGC: The Ramen Phenomenon Arrives at the Metro

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  • Updated December 7, 2018

    Another great ramen phenomenon is taking over the Philippines in the form of Tsuta, Japan’s three-time recipient of a Michelin Star. (Trivia: Up to now, there are only two Michelin-starred ramen restaurants, and Tsuta is the first.)

    Fresh and authentic Japanese ramen!

    Believing that people in the Philippines haven’t really witnessed the best of the Japanese staple, FOODEE Global Concepts (the same group that brought us other Michelin-starred restaurants like Tim Ho Wan and FOO’D by Davide Oldani) is once again bringing us a world-class epicurean experience through Tsuta.

    Tsuta was first founded in Japan in 2012 by Chef Onishi Yuki, who is currently in Manila for the opening of their Philippine branch.

    While the atmosphere is quite different from the original nine-seater restaurant in Japan, Tsuta Manila promises that you will experience everything original in their menu; the core ingredients all come from Japan while others are sourced from the best local suppliers.

    Tsuta Manila is relatively spacious, with a total of 48 seats.

    Each bowl of the three main types of ramen featured on the menu of Tsuta will not only make you experience authentic ramen from Japan but also make you feel better about everything in this world.

    On days when you’re upset and fed up with your boss or just came from a bad fight with your partner, Tsuta’s Miso Soba will offset all the bitter feelings you have with its strong and rich soybean miso flavor combined with a bit of spiciness.

    CHAR SIU AJITAMA MISO SOBA (Php 670). A variation of the original Miso Soba made with four slices of char siu, flavored egg, onions, corn, bean sprouts, porcini mushroom oil and watercress

    On days you need inspiration for a work or school project, have the Shoyu Soba which features a smooth harmony of flavors and aroma brought by the shoyu sauce and a mixture of different types of broth (chicken, asari clams, and vegetables).

    CHAR SIU AJITAMA SHOYU SOBA (Php 620). A variation of the original Shoyu Soba made with four slices of char siu, flavored egg, bamboo shoots, leek, and truffle puréed in truffle oil

    On days you simply need comfort like when you just randomly need a good hug, Tsuta’s Shio Soba, with its clean seafood broth and mild aroma, will give you just that.

    CHAR SIU AJITAMA SHIO SOBA (Php 390). A variation of Shio Soba made with four slices of char siu, flavored egg, bamboo shoots, leek, and green olives puréed in truffle oil

    If you want more meat (char siu) or egg (ajitama) or both (char siu ajitama) in your ramen bowl, there are other variations you can choose under each type of ramen. There are also rice options and side dishes available on their menu.

    Tsuta’s most awaited opening will happen tomorrow, December 16, in BGC and they have a big delicious surprise in store for the first 100 customers! The first 10 customers will receive a one-year supply of ramen; the next 20 will get six month’s worth; the succeeding 20 will get three months’ worth, while the final 50  will get a voucher for one free bowl of signature Tsuta ramen!

    Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. but if you want a whole ramen year, then come to their BGC branch as early as you can!

    Also read: Tsuta Ramen’s Opening Day: Big Surprises Await First 100 in Line!

    Details: 

    Address: Upperground Floor, C3 Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
    Operating hours: 11:30 a.m. until late night/until supplies last
    Facebook page: www.facebook.com/tsutaphilippines

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