Perfect for those ramen cravings!
Nothing beats a warm, comforting bowl of soup. It’s a warm hug complete with a rich pork broth, springy noodles, and a slice of tender meat that’s just bursting with umami flavors. And that, ladies and gents, is ramen at its finest.
For ramen lovers, we’ve got great news. Mendokoro Ramenba just announced that they’ll be offering takeout and delivery options this quarantine. And we’re not joking.
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Of course, there’s some work to it. The ramen is deconstructed when it’s delivered to you, so you’ll need to heat up the broth and put everything together. That way, you can enjoy it fresh— as though it were made by Mendokoro themselves.
Aside from their bestselling Shio, Shoyu, Tantanmen and not-so-secret Super Chasu ramen choices, they even offer their side dishes. These include their frozen Gyoza, fried Chicken Karaage, extra slices of pork Chasu for those who like more meat in theirs, along with their Chahan Fried Rice.
How to Order
Initially, Mendokoro requires everyone to order a day in advance. They’ll be implementing a strict 3 PM cutoff for pickup and deliveries. Although they can’t guarantee all the orders to be sent within that timeframe, they’ll send it out the day after before 5 PM. But with the huge volume of orders, some may arrive 2 to 3 weeks from now.
For pickup, they allow cash and credit card payments, but for deliveries, only cash is accepted. Their Salcedo branch in Makati will be open for pickups, but they only service certain areas for delivery. For those living in Makati, you’re required to spend at least P500, whereas people from Mandaluyong, San Juan, Manila, Pasay, Pasig, and Taguig need to spend P1,000 and above. There’s also a 5% additional for deliveries, so make sure to factor that in.
For questions and inquiries, their staff will be available via Facebook message or phone from 11 AM to 3 PM. You can reach them via mobile at 0917-5020894, 0917-6263731 or at (02)8478-9625 via landline.
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