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In 2017, Nakiryu became the second ramen (辛麺, Japanese-style noodles in a meat-based broth) restaurant to earn a Michelin star. We highly recommend their famous Tantanmen (担々麵, spicy ramen), a light, creamy soup with thin, springy homemade noodles, topped with minced meat. Lines tend to get pretty long here, as they only accept walk-ins. Come early, but don’t forget to bring your patience with you!
One of the best things to do during rainy days is to devour a bowl of ramen. Had so many family memories in Yushoken as my Family would always love a bowl of Ramen every Sunday. Yushoken also has it's unique ambiance that you would like to travel to Japan the soonest possible. My recommendation would be Tantanmen as I love Spicy food but you can also try their Chasu Ramen it is also delicious for Ramen lover like me.
One of my favorite Ramen Restaurant back when I'm still working in RCBC Plaza.
The taste of their ramen and its noodles are authentic 👌
I can say that this is by far nearest to the original taste of Japanese Ramen 😊
By the way, they have other branches in the Metro.