RaiRaiKen 50% off on RamenSince 1993, RaiRaiKen has been offering authentic Japanese dishes to Filipinos. RaiRaiKen is especially known for their delectable ramen dishes that uses freshly made noodles and different soup bases. From February 11 to March 20, 2011, both regular and 1st time customers can enjoy any ramen at RaiRaiKen for half the price!
RaiRaiKen 50% off on All Ramen
- February 11 - 28, 2011 at the ff branches:
- SM Rosales
- SM Clark
- SM Pampanga
- CB Mall Urdaneta
- Robinson's Iloilo
- Robinson's Gensan
- Robinson's Dumaguete
- Robinson's Cebu
- KCC Gensan
- Gaisano Mall Agus
- Gaisano Mall TabunokALIMALL Cubao
- Finlandia Makati
- February 18 - March 20, 2011 at the ff branches:
- Harrison Plaza Village Square
- Harbour Square CCP Complex
- Bluewave Macapagal
- Robinsons Galleria
- SM City Taytay
- Bluewave Marikina
- SM City Sta. Rosa
RaiRaiKen was kind enough to invite us bloggers to try out their ramen and other dishes.
Before our ramen arrived, we had some sushi and some gyoza
Sashimi Special - P345
The tuna sashimi were separating for some strange reason. Now I eat sushi a lot and I don't usually see sashimi that doesn't stay intact.
Gyoza (6 pcs) - P110
Finally the long awaited ramen arrived!
Chasyu Ramen - P195
The Chasyu (roast pork) ramen I ordered was just right. It had plenty of pork slices, noodles were firm and chewey and soup was superb as well. The Chasyu had a soy sauce based (shoyu) soup.
RaiRaiKen has 3 types of soup base - Salt (Shio), Soy Sauce (Shoyu) and Soy Bean (Miso). Each of their ramen incorporates one type of sauce that best suites and enhances the flavor of the ramen ingredients.
I also go to try Mel's Beek Yakiniku ramen which also used the shoyu sauce. The soup and flavor was quite distinct even if it used the same soup base.
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