While driving around Tagaytay and enjoying the cold weather, it only makes sense to look for something warm and soup-y to make you feel better. As such, bulalo has become the favorite go-to food for people visiting Tagaytay. What if you’re in the mood for ramen, though? Where can you go? We’ve got you covered!
3 Places Where You Can Find Ramen in Tagaytay
3. Rai Rai Ken
Robinsons Summit Ridge, Tagaytay-Batangas via Tuy Road, 4120 Tagaytay
Rai Rai Ken is one of the ultimate go-to ramen places for people in the metro due to its affordable prices, mouthwatering dishes and reliable flavors. Regardless of what kind of ramen flavor you may be craving for, you are sure to find it at Rai Rai Ken.
While Rai Rai Ken has dishes with traditional ramen flavors, they also have several original unique creations for you to enjoy, including the Batchoy Ramen. Yum yum!
2. Aozora Japanese Cafe and Bistro 1701
Domicillo Tagaytay, Km. 58 Gen. E Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay
Looking for an amazing place to eat some authentic Japanese food? Aozora Japanese Cafe and Bistro will have you asking for more! The first authentic Japanese restaurant in Tagaytay, Aozora provides delicious authentic Japanese food under the canopy of the majestic sky. It’s almost like dining in heaven, especially when the stars are out at night.
Photo from Aozora’s Facebook page.
Aside from being romantic, Aozora offers organic food, prepared and cooked in authentic Japanese style with ingredients by Chef Seiji Kamura. Craving for both bulalo and ramen? Try their signature dish, the Aozora Ramen, enriched with Tagaytay’s favorite bulalo for a unique and delicious taste.
1. Hokkaido Ramen Santouka
Serin Mall, Tagaytay
https://www.facebook.com/RamenSantoukaPH / @SantoukaPH
Looking for warmth from the cold weather of Tagaytay? Hokkaido Ramen Santouka can provide exactly that with delicious authentic ramen any day.
Photo from Santouka’s Facebook page.
Santouka is a legendary ramen brand that has been offering the same family recipe since 1988, and has been enjoyed throughout Japan and in other international cities for years, including Taipei, Malaysia, Singapore, Hongkong, Indonesia, USA, Canada and the Philippines. We highly recommend checking them out if you end up craving for ramen in Tagaytay. Their Shio Ramen is really good!
Did we miss any other restaurants that serve ramen in Tagaytay? Share them with us in the comments section! 🙂