May 09, 2024

Sigekiya Ramen in Alabang: Serving Authentic Ramen, Gyoza, and other Japanese Treats

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  • There is no denying that the ramen craze is all over the metro, and for those who are looking for more restaurants where they can enjoy the famous Japanese food, here’s one restaurant to add to your long list of to-go-to places.

    Sigekiya Ramen is a Japanese restaurant in Alabang, Muntinlupa that serves nothing but authentic ramen and other Japanice treats. It was first established and opened in Yokohama, Japan in 2010 and was franchised in the Philippines a few years later.

    IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Due to its roots, there is no doubt that diners would get a taste of everything the Japanese have loved for years without having to book a flight to Japan!

    The intimate dining space and thoughtful service make it an ideal spot for a casual lunch or a cozy dinner. Each visit feels like a brief getaway to Japan, thanks to the authentic decor and the meticulous attention to detail in every dish served.

    Everything–from the broth to toppings–are well thought of and made from scratch to complement with the taste and the texture of one another. The soup base or tare of its ramen is made with seasoned, boiled pork chasu, while the noodles are freshly made in the restaurant every day. The thick, bouncy noodles are used in tsukemen and sigekiya ramen, while the thinner ones are for miso ramen and Sigekiya light ramen.

    Sigekiya also makes sure that its offerings are different with those served in other ramen houses by adding secret ingredients that are made only for the restaurant.

    Signature Sigekiya Ramen with Gyoza / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Sigekiya’s must-try item, Sigekiya Ramen, is the restaurant’s own take on shoyu ramen. What makes this a crowd-favorite is the unique taste brought by the grilled chasu. Sigekiya’s ramen is usually spicy but customers may always request the chef to reduce its spiciness if it’s not to their liking.

    Ebi Tempura / IMAGE from Sigekiya Ramen

    Something good to try with their famous ramen is their ebi tempura, which is available as a 3- or a 6-piece. Aside from it, some of the other dishes diners may order alongside their choice of soup are the following: gyoza, okonomiyaki, and korokke.

    So next time you’re in Commerce Center, Alabang and in need of great Japanese cuisine, head over to Sigekiya, grab a pair of chopsticks, and prepare for a flavorful adventure that’s sure to be as delightful as it is delicious.

    General Information

  • Ground Floor, Commerce Center, 1780 Commerce Corner Filinvest Avenue, Filinvest City, Muntinlupa City
  • (02) 8805-0400
  • 11:00AM - 10:00PM
  • sigekiyaramen@gmail.com
  • pg/SigekiyaRamenPH
  • sigekiyaramenph/
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