Rairaiken is well-known for its old-fashioned steamy bowl of ramen and tag as “Japan’s Famous Ramen!” – Thus, a unique process of preparing the Broth soup and Proprietary recipe of Sauces and Freshly-made Noodles that makes every bowlful of Ramen a heartwarming experience! - http://www.rairaiken.com.ph
|Rai Rai Ken's California Maki|
I'm not really much of a fan of Japanese cuisine but since I wanted to try something new I encourage dad to eat at Philippines most popular Ramen House and Sushi Bar, Rai Rai Ken in SM Sta. Rosa. Little did I know that the restaurant is actually owned by a Filipino family (owner has the same name as that of my brother's).
|Rai rai Ken Menu|
We ordered Gyoza (Japanese pork dumplings) priced at Php110 for 6pcs, Gomoku Ramen (mixed seafoods) at Php190 and Mabo Ramen (Php170), California Maki (Php155), Green Tea and Red Ice Tea. I wasn't able to taste the Mabo but I love the taste of Gomoku. Japanese Ramen is indeed delicious! :)
|Rai Rai Ken: Gomoku Ramen|
There weren't much customers when we went there, Mom even thought people are still scared of the radiation issue in Japan. One thing's for sure though, I NEED TO BRUSH UP ON MY CHOPSTICK SKILLS!