Ate again at Ramen Bar for the second time @ Eastwood. The Ambiance was still good and the service was good. We have to wait for customers to leave the restaurant because there were no available seats. Our orders were already taken while we were waiting. We waited about 5-10mins before there were available chairs.
The left Menu are the appetizers and at the right are the main dishes (Ramen). Price range is a little bit pricy but the taste of the soups are very unique. There was nothing special about the noodles of the ramen. I think they were undercooked because one of my friend said that she was already starving to death.
We ordered Gyoza (Japanese Dumplings) as appetizers @ 150php and it was served with soy sauce and chili oil. The taste was same as a usual fried dumpling bought in some chinese restaurants at Binondo. Nothing special, but I did not say it was bad.
The Super Chasyu Ramen, priced at 380php, is expensive for a dish. The waitress recommended this ramen (also the R.B.K #1). The Tamago was sweet, the naruto is firm just right and the Tonkatsu slices was very delicious.
All I can say that this was my favorite among the three ramen that we ordered. The Spicy Karaage Ramen is also the cheapest among the three (280php). The seaweed is very good and the chicken is very tender and delicious. My friend added some chili oil to the soup to add more spicy flavor and it was very promising. It also has naruto in it.
They have a promo that when your bill reaches 1000php and you use your Citibank credit card to pay for it, they will give you a free Tempura Ice Cream for dessert. I’m not a dessert fanatic. I can only say that the vanilla ice cream is good but the tempura covering is not crunchy at all. It is like eating bread with ice cream.
Overall, the service is great, the soup is as usual delicious but maybe the noodles were rushed to us because they want to satisfy my friend’s tummy.