Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Ramen Bar Eastwood

After spending so many Sundays in the Eastwood area, I finally got to try out Ramen Bar.
We walked straight there after coming from the 6pm mass at the chapel nearby, so we were lucky to have gotten a table for 7 people right away.

I don't like complicated menus. In fact, the shorter the better. Gets rid of all the confusion and makes it so easy to decide on what to get. Their menu is exactly that.

For our usual Sunday feast, these are what we chose:

Yakiniku Beef (small plate, aka appetizer), P195
Karaage (fried boneless chicken with salt), P155
Kakuni Buns (melt in your mouth pork belly wrapped in special white bun), P180
Spicy Karaage Ramen (I asked them to make it mildly-spicy instead)
Seafood Ramen
Gyoza (fried not steamed, with lots of veggies inside)

Failed to take note of the prices of the other dishes but they were safely within the P150-P280 range, which isn't bad at all.

I will definitely go back to try the other Ramen varieties here because I loved the huge bowls and they were quite good!

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