April 30, 2020

Little Tokyo’s Ramen Shimada Now Available for Take-out and Delivery

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  • It might be difficult to satisfy one’s food cravings due to the temporary closure of several food establishments as caused by the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). But if you’re searching for an authentic taste of Japanese cuisine, we’ve got something for you!

    Located in Makati’s Little Tokyo, Japanese restaurant Ramen Shimada known for its wide selection of affordable ramen specialties is now offering delivery and take out services.

    If you prefer flavorful soup-based meals, we suggest trying their ramen dishes which cost from Php 250 to Php 400. The ramen’s flavor profile ranges from soy-based, miso-based, milk-based and pork-based. To help you get started, we recommend their Tonkotsu Shoyu Ramen (Php 280) which is a pork-based broth topped with Chasyu Cuts and Negi Meshi.

    If you’re feeling a bit adventurous and want to explore other ramen flavors, you should try Tantan men (Php 290). It is a milk-based broth lightly dashed with Japanese chili oil on top—a meal perfect for those who love eating spicy food!

    Depending on your preference, you can decide on the tenderness of your noodles. Choose from Katame (hard), Futsu (normal), and Yawaraka me (soft). Additionally, you may also ask for extra toppings!

    They also offer other Japanese meals such as Cyahan or Fried Rice (Php 160) which you can partner with Karaage (Php 150). Don’t forget to try their Gyoza (Php 150) or Otsumami (Php 150) for your snacks. These dishes will spark your interest in Japanese cuisine!

    Ramen Shimada is open from 11:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day. To place your orders, you may contact them through 0956-041-07181.

    For their takeout services, you may visit them at Little Tokyo, 1277 Chino Roces Ave., Legaspi Village, Makati. While their delivery service is operational, take note that they are only serving the following areas: Makati, BGC, and Pasay.

    To view their menu and other services, visit their Facebook page.

               
               
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