#FoodPH - Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen Philippines Experience!

The chill we experience from the weather can sometime be relieved by a hot bowl of soup on rainy days. Even though we live in a tropical country, we nevertheless occasionally enjoy a bowl of hot soup, especially when it's raining. We have many different kinds of noodle soup from the Philippine islands of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, and we also welcomed cuisines from our neighbors in China, Thailand, South Korea, and Japan.

For this blog, I'll be sharing you my dining experience from Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen Philippines.

The 1970-established Yamagoya Ramen company has introduced a new brand idea called IKKORYU FUKUOKA RAMEN, which focuses on Chikuho noodles, Tonkotsu soup, Gyoza (Dumplings), and Chashu roast pork. IKKORYU FUKUOKA RAMEN promotes the Japanese ramen culture abroad by drawing on more than 40 years of the lengthy heritage through ongoing innovation.

On a gloomy Wednesday afternoon, the decision was made to get a quick bite to eat before returning home. I wandered around SM Aura Premier and discovered Ikkoryu Fukuoka, a restaurant with Japanese influences. The wait staff e  enthusiastically greeted me as I approached the entrance and led me inside to sit down. The staff gave me the menu, and I was startled to see a short yet comprehensive list of options. That's great because some Japanese restaurants provide everything, which can be overwhelming. Five different types of ramen, gyoza, chicken karaage, yakimeshi, ajitama, chasu, and canned/bottled drinks are available at Ikkoryu Fukuoka.

I've listed my order below. A bowl of Chasu Yakimeshi costs php 250, one order of Original Gyoza costs php 180, one order of Chicken Karaage costs php 230, and one plate of Miso Tonkotsu Ramen costs php 300.

The Original Gyoza was cooked to perfection. It has a soft side and a crispy side. The meat is flavorful and supple. Perfect to dunk in their own sauce.

One of, if not the juiciest fried chicken I have ever experienced is their Chicken Karaage. The batter was neither thin nor thick, and the meat was precisely cooked. Before dipping it in the traditional Japanese mayonnaise, don't forget to squeeze some lemon juice for additional taste.

Next is the Chasu Yakimeshi  Although I had low expectations, I was pleasantly surprised by how tasty and tender the pork and rice were together. In contrast to other restaurants, where the chasu is heavily cut and served with a disproportionate amount of pork fat, this chasu was thinly sliced, which is how I want it. This particular piece of bacon has been smoked and glazed.. 

And the ramen, which is the main attraction. Miso Tonkotsu Ramen is a combination of Tonkotsu broth and premium miso paste, which enhances the flavors. A thin slice of pork chasu and ajitama are placed on top, along with onions leeks, and seaweed that have been shredded. I thoroughly liked every spoonful of the soup, which was obviously cooked with care and patience for the flavors to emerge.

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This was another gastronomic experience I really enjoyed.

Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen Philippines has branches in Shangri-La Plaza, Powerplant Mall, SM Aura Premier, SM North EDSA, SM City Bacoor and SM Megamall.

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