Menya Kokoro, Tokyo’s famous ramen without soup, is finally in the Philippines. Within its first year in Tokyo, they’ve been hailed as the number 1 Mazesoba house in the city for its unique and rich ramen.
If you are not familiar with Mazesoba yet, the word literally translates to “mixed noodles”. Mazesoba became a popular trend in Japan and has branched out to Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, and even Canada.
Let me put Menya Kokoro’s offerings this way: it’s basically like your favorite pansit malabon or canton turned Japanese. It’s not really yakisoba; it’s better than that. More rich and flavorful, it will definitely satisfy your appetite.
Menya Kokoro’s Mazesoba choices will fulfill your tummy’s desires. They have a bowl for those who want some protein, a bowl for vegans, and a bowl for those who like to keep things simple.
Tokyo Mazesoba – Php350
Tokyo Mazesoba is Menya Kokoro’s classic bowl of best-selling ramen. You can have it spicy or regular.
Zenbu Mazesoba – Php470
Is it your cheat day? Zenbu Mazesoba has pork cutlets and bamboo shoots that will give your tastebuds a comforting feeling.
Vegan Mazesoba – Php380
Now, if you want something healthy, they also offer Vegan Mazesoba for the health buffs. This Mazesoba makes for the best post-workout meal.
Cheese Mazesoba – Php430
A personal favorite of mine, the Cheese Mazesoba is the epitome of comfort in a bowl. The cheese balances the flavor out perfectly, giving the mix the right amount of flavor that anyone will enjoy.
Takoyaki – Php140
The takoyaki is another hit at this ramen house. Everyone who visits them enjoys this classic Japanese snack. I’m not exactly sure how they made it, but I’m sure that Filipinos will love their version of Takoyaki.
You can also customize the spiciness level of your bowl depending on how you like it. Visit them today!
3rd Floor, Uptown Mall, Bonifacio Global City