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Ramen Bar

I discovered Ramen Bar late last year but I forgot to blog all about it. I only dined there once and the food is quite memorable. Sadly, we don't frequent Robinsons Magnolia lately but I promise to visit again, with hubby and daughter in tow. :)





The place looks nice and simply decorated. No fuss interiors mean they put more effort in the quality of the food that they serve. Also, I ate there around 2pm on a weekday so not much diners. Only one table is occupied when I arrived, they left when I got my order, then a couple entered the resto when I was about to leave.


Tottemo Yasai Ramen. This is a cold salad ramen and a bit spicy. I love the corn and kani-sticks and the spicy sesame oil. Service is good for sharing and costs P150. Not bad for a great tasting ramen. :)


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