October 29, 2015

Kokoro Ramenya

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  • Looking for a place to eat to your heart’s content? Worry no more! From wonderful service to tasty servings, Kokoro Ramenya has got the seat for you. ‘Kokoro’ means heart in Japanese, this means a lot of things beyond the crew and the restaurant. From hospitality and warmth towards customers to their love for giving the best and authentic Ramen, everything is done from the heart. Each of its growing branches is considered a place of ramen goodness.


    This ramen joint is led by the Japanese chef and Ramen connoisseur from Shinjuku, Susumo Murata, offering a wide variety of selections using fresh ingredients that burst with flavor and big servings that can fill you up for the day.

     kokoro hakata classic

    Hakata Classic 

    One of their ramen specialties is Hakata Classic, which is a rich and creamy tonkotsu noodle soup dish that has been boiled for 18 hours, topped with kikurage, chashu, and soft-boiled egg. A delicious ramen made with hand-pulled noodles which is offered either as regular or sumo bowl. (good for 2)

    A bowl of ramen is either best with a plate of Gyoza (pan-fried Japanese dumplings) or Ebi Tempura to match your taste. If not, try their Hutomaki or Spicy Tuna and seize the day!


    A view outside, an elegant design to welcome customers in red and black.


     The restaurant has a minimalist design in red and black incorporating sophistication and class in its ambiance. With pictures of their specialties and bowl art, you won’t regret an inch for this place.

    Article by Jean Piedad

    Photo 1 from itsberyllicious.com

    Photo 2 from Iloveexploring.weebly.com

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