November 11, 2015

Kichitora of Tokyo: A Distinct Taste of Ramen

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  • Kichitora of Tokyo, a famous Ramen Shop with branches in Bonifacio High Street, SM Megamall and Glorietta 5.  Kichitora of Tokyo is most known for their chicken-based broth.

    The interior of Kichitora is adorned with a massive tiger painting that pays homage to the name of the restaurant. ‘Kichi’ means lucky and ‘Tora’ means tiger in Japanese.

    One of their famous dishes is Paitan Ramen Zenbu Nose (P420). The soup is simmered for a long time. All available toppings such as Ajitsuke-Tamago and Char Siu are included, which makes this dish very filling.

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    Paitan Zenbu Nose (P420)

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    Kichitora Paitan Tsuke Men (P380) which uses the same Paitan soup as above, has a rich taste yet is very refreshing. The soup sticks well with the thick noodles. Not only the ramen, but their selection of side dishes are very satisfying.

    Also Read: Kichitora in Bonifacio High Street is Now Open

     

                 
               
               
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