These 10 Ramen Places Can Send Noods Right to Your Doorstep

No matter the occasion, be it a hot or cold day, ramen is something people often crave. If you happen to be a hopeless ramentics yourself, we’ve compiled 10 ramen places that deliver. Take note that a lot of them come in kits that need some assembly and cooking, though. This is to ensure that your ramen is guaranteed fresh.

These 10 Ramen Places Can Send Noods Right to Your Doorstep

10. Mendokoro Ramenba (Makati)

Mendokoro Ramenba is known for its rich pork-based broth and springy, almost curly noodles. They offer a secret menu in-store, but mainstays include their Shio, Shoyu, Tantanmen, and their not-so-secret Super Chasu ramen. They also offer frozen gyoza, chicken karaage, and extra slices of pork chasu for those who like more meat in theirs, along with their chahan fried rice.


Mendokoro’s Makati branch is open for pickups from 11AM to 3PM. For deliveries, you will have to order a day in advance; cut-offs are at 3PM. For a P1,000 minimum spend, they can deliver to Mandaluyong, San Juan, Manila, Pasig, Pasay, and Taguig. For a spend of over P2,000, they can deliver to Paranaque and Muntinlupa. A 5% delivery fee will be charged for each transaction. Cash and credit cards are accepted for pickups, but they implement a strict cash basis for deliveries. Place your orders here.

9. Ramen Shokudo (Quezon City)

Located in Banawe, Ramen Shokudo serves Yokohama-style ramen in a bar setting. Contrary to the usual pork-based ramen broths, they use chicken in theirs. Aside from the classics, Ramen Shokudo’s ramen menu includes creative blends like Green Pesto, Black Garlic, and Brown Prawn. Ramen aside, they also offer Donburi rice bowls and appetizers like gyoza, tempura, and sushi. Plus, for every 3 bowls of ramen that you order, they’ll throw in gyoza and curry cheese rolls for free!


Ramen Shokudo is open for pickups from 10AM to 6PM daily with their last call for orders at 5:30PM. They only accept cash payments and can deliver to select areas in Quezon City, including Araneta, Del Monte, Santa Mesa Heights, Banawe, Lourdes, Santo Domingo, Manresa, Damar, La Loma, NS Amoranto, and Talayan. They’ve also started delivering to further areas in Quezon City like South Triangle, West Triangle, Tomas Morato, the Scout area, Timog Avenue, and West Avenue.

Ramen Shokudo can also deliver to other areas in Phil-am, Roxas District, and Manila, like UST, Sampaloc, and Espana. However, they will not deliver to areas under Extreme Community Quarantine. Contact them at 09458464358 for orders.

8. Hanamaruken (Multiple Branches)

Hanamaruken hails straight from Osaka, Japan and is known for their Signature Happiness Ramen, which makes use of “a specific cut of the soft bone meat in the Ramen broth”— aka soft ribs— to guarantee full-bodied flavors. Their menu also includes other variants like the Pot Belly Ramen, Sparerib Ramen, Tantanmen, and Salary Man Ramen, along with rice bowls, and appetizers like gyoza.


Hanamaruken currently has four branches that are open: Santolan Town Center, Alabang Town Center, Forbestown, and The Grove. To get your ramen fix, you can opt for pick-up and delivery through FoodPanda, Grab, or Lalamove. They are open from 11AM to 6PM with last orders at 5:30PM. To order, you may call their hotline at 09162142208 or 09176356254.

7. Ramen Daisho (Mandaluyong)

Ramen Daisho mirrors the Ukokkei Ramen Ron style of cooking, which features a thin milky broth base. It comes in four variants: Miso, Shio, Shoyu, and Tonkotsu— each with customizable side dishes and toppings. And get this— they don’t use milk in the broth! It’s actually a result of slow-cooking good quality bones for that rich flavor that comes with their light broth. Aside from ramen, Ramen Daisho also includes Japanese favorites like rice meals, curry dishes, sushi, and appetizers in the form of chicken karaage and gyoza.


Ramen Daisho has opened its Shaw Blvd. branch from Wednesdays to Sundays from 10AM to 4PM for takeout and deliveries. For deliveries, you have the option of booking through FoodPanda or Grab. Modes of payment includes credit card for pickups or Paymaya, GCash, or straight-up cash. For non-cash payments, make sure to send a proof of payment through Viber or Facebook Messenger. Contact them for orders at 86332280 or 09178817471.

6. Ramen Shimada (Makati)

A little ramen shop nestled within Little Tokyo— in Makati, that is – Ramen Shimada serves affordable authentic Japanese Ramen under P400. Their menu includes classics like Tonkotsu Shoyu and Shiyo, the spicy and creamy Tantanmen, Yonaki Ramen, and a fully-loaded Special Ramen, among others. Plus, they even have Tsukemen on their menu— noodles paired with a dipping sauce. Aside from noodle soups, Ramen Shimada also offers appetizers like gyoza and tempura along with unlimited rice! Because yes, we can’t get enough of rice.


Ramen Shimada currently offers takeout and delivery to areas within Makati, BGC, and Pasay. Contact them at 09560417181 to place your order.

5.  Oyasumi Ramen (San Juan)

Tucked within the smaller streets of San Juan, Oyasumi Ramen is a local homegrown brand that adds a creative twist to their ramen from their original La Paz Batchoy to a creamy carbonara variant. Although these unique options are no longer available (they’re seasonal, after all), their menu includes the classic Iekei ramen along with Black Pepper, spicy Kara Miso, a rich Black Garlic, sour Tomato Ramen, and an earthy Truffle Ramen. They’ve got gyoza, too!


While they currently operate on a limited capacity with their in-house delivery team, Oyasumi Ramen offers pickup or delivery options from 10AM to 5PM with a minimum order of P500; the delivery fee is 10% of your order. To order, call them at 82750309. You can pay via Cash on Delivery. As for pickups, you have the choice to drop by their store and pay via cash or card, or book your own third-party courier and pay them.

4. Ramen Keisuke (Taguig)

Hailing straight from Japan, Ramen Keisuke is the brainchild of celebrity chef Keisuke Takeda. Instead of the usual rich pork broth base, they use a lighter chicken base. The main components of their ramen dish include chicken broth, thin noodles, mushrooms, spring onions, and a meaty chicken leg— something different from all the other ramen restaurants that offer sliced pork. Should you want to personalize your options, Ramen Keisuke offers a Black Spicy Tori King Ramen and a Red Spicy Tori King Ramen aside from their classic Tori King Rich Soup Ramen.


Ramen Keisuke currently offers its classic Tori King Ramen for delivery or takeout along with your choice of gyoza or chicken karaage. To order, message them on Facebook or Instagram, wait for a confirmation, and pay. Your orders will come from their BGC branch, which you can get via Grab or Lalamove.

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And now, here are our top 3 ramen restaurants that deliver:

3. Yummy Tokyo (Pasig)

Yummy Tokyo started out as a home-based business that sold ramen kits online. Eventually, more people started ordering, prompting them to open several branches. Despite offering dine-in options, Yummy Tokyo continues to sell affordable ramen kits both in-store and online. Their ramen kits include the Shoyu, Miso, Spicy Miso, Tantanmen, Curry, Seafood, and Tonkotsu. Aside from that, they also offer a flavor that has not yet been seen in other ramen shops: Cold Ramen!


To order a ramen kit, you may contact them through their Facebook page. Deliveries are limited to Metro Manila and will be coming from their commissary in Pasig. If you want to send someone special a ramen kit, you can even ask them to print a note for you free of charge.

2. Ramen Nagi (Multiple Branches)

Ramen Nagi is a chain-store restaurant that started out in Japan and has since expanded internationally, including to the Philippines. Although best known for their mainstay ramen options— the classic Butao King, Black King, Italian-inspired Green King, and spicy Red King— they also offer a seasonal ramen flavor that changes twice a month. Ramen Nagi also offers ramen kits for delivery now.


Ramen Nagi only offers a limited number of kits during quarantine, so make sure to place your orders on their website two days in advance. Ramen Nagi is open daily from 10AM onwards with a payment cut-off at 12NN from Mondays to Saturdays. Online bank transfers will be processed the next day. Ramen Nagi currently delivers to Quezon City, San Juan, Caloocan, Pasig, Makati, Taguig, Manila, Pasay, Mandaluyong, Alabang, Las Pinas, Muntinlupa, and Paranaque.

1. Ohayo (San Juan)

Ohayo Maki and Ramen Bar is a little shop in Granada street, just shy of Ortigas Avenue. An underrated classic, this ramen shop offers a very rich pork broth, thick springy noodles, and a generous slab of tender pork with a borderline gooey ramen egg in tow. Aside from ramen, they also offer gyoza, karaage, and colorful maki rolls.


Ohayo is currently open for deliveries from 12NN to 7PM. You may contact them on Facebook or Instagram, or call them directly. Payments can be settled through BPI or BDO bank transfer, or GCash. They can deliver to areas within a 3-kilometer radius from their restaurant, but you can also head to their shop to pick up your orders instead. Take note that the minimum order amount is P500 and there is a P50 delivery charge included.

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What’s your favorite ramen place at the moment?

(Cover Photo from Fried and Prejudice, Oyasumi Ramen, Ohayo Ramen and Maki Bar, and Ramen Daisho’s Instagram Pages)

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