Kenji Tei Ramen House

G/F Alabang Town Center, Alabang-Zapote Rd. cor. Madrigal Ave., Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila

Kenji Tei Ramen House
4.0
4.0 Stars

91 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 24
  • 4 stars 49
  • 3 stars 14
  • 2 stars 4
  • 1 star 0
  • 107 Reviews
  • 59 Recommend
  • 91 Reviewers
Category:
Ramen or Noodle
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6325118980

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Reservations:
No
Delivery:
No
Outdoor Seating:
No
Ambience:
Casual
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Alcohol:
None
Waiter Service:
Yes
Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

Chili G.
4.0 Stars
7

Kenji Tei is one of those OG ramen places, starting out with a small (but classy) place along presidents Ave in bf. I've loved it ever since and we are still quite loyal to the resto. Thanks to Eboy D 's generous invitation, I was able to try a couple of their new dishes at their atc branch.
We were welcomed by Bea, their marketing rep and a few minutes later, we were served their new beef yakiniku bowls. They looked very appetizing and is actually quite filling because of the rice (too much rice imo). We were also served their new rolls which is like a hybrid of a fresh spring roll because of the wrapper and a Kani salad. Their fresh salmon sashimi is always very good so I enjoyed that a lot.
Just 4 stars though because I didn't see any difference from other beef bowls I've tried in other restos. Also, there seemed to be a lack of engagement in terms of giving some explanations or providing more info.
Still love kenji Tei but just didn't find anything special with their 'new' offerings.

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Charlzz C.
4.0 Stars
7

Kenji Tei recently introduced their version of the latest addition to their ensemble of Donburi meals,the Yakiniku Don.I was invited to be a part of this food tasting event ,thanks Mr. Eboy D and Kenjitei Alabang.

Aside from the featured dish we were also had a taste of other classic and a new item.

Kani harumaki - kani salad wrapped in thin rice paper with cherry tomatoes and Japanese vinaigrette.Very Southeast Asian ,the rice paper represented Lao,Thai and Vietnamese notes on the dish ,very refreshing it can be both as an appetizer or even a palate cleanser.

Salmon sahimi bestseller in Kenjitei,nice slices of fresh raw salmon on a bed of crispy fried vermicelli.In every sashimi the key is always the freshness of the fish.Its good!

Cheese gyoza- I seldom eat gyoza because I'm not a fan of deep fried dumplings even the Chinese or Taiwanese rendition I'm not a fan. However the Kenjitei's version is a lot different from the others I've tasted ,it was not too oily ,nice moist and flavorful filling .

Yakiniku Don - thin slices of grilled beef slices on a hefty serving of good quality Japanese rice topped with nicely done poached egg.I like that the meat with some layers of fat which made it more flavorful. Very satisfying and filling, good meat marinade and the runny egg yolk gave more volume on the dish .🇯🇵
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Eboy D.
5.0 Stars
10

My favorite casual Japanese restaurant which has roots in BF Homes, Parañaque introduces to Foodies and Southern Bloggers their NEW and Best Selling Dishes! My family are long time fans of Kenji Tei and we've followed their growth from BF to ATC and Greenbelt and beyond. They have more than Ramen now and I'm Happy to try some of their best selling dishes.

My favorite Cheese Gyoza was not on our tasting menu (which i highly recommend) but the line up was solid during that weekday afternoon, here's what our Group had:

Crispy Chicken Teriyaki - bite size Chicken cuts Fried to a crisp, the juicy meat and the crispy glistening Chicken Skin is just perfection. The side Salad is refreshing but don't Mind me finish off the plate. Great with Rice.

Salmon Sashimi - fresh cuts of Salmon, melt in your mouth. Add a bit of soy and soak in the goodness.

Aburi Tuna Maki - crowd favorite! Torched Tuna over Sushi Rice.

Crunchy Kani Maki - talk about mounds of Crunchy Tempura batter on top of Kani maki. Great appetizer to share with a Group.

Miso Butter Corn Ramen - flavorful Miso Ramen with a silky creamy butter taste, Comforting and Great for the rainy weather.

Teppan Saikoro Beef - soft, melt in your mouth Beef cubes served with French Beans.

Apart from the great Food, enjoy the Wonderful interiors by the famed Buensalido Architects Group. The waves of Ramen Noodles as ceiling is something to behold. I actually miss their small 20 seater BF branch which started my love affair with Kenji Tei. All my love to you Kenji Tei. Thank you for having me for a Wonderful afternoon of good Food and equally Great conversation.

Disclaimer : Sponsored dining by Kenji Tei Ramen House.

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Jinky U.
5.0 Stars
9

Dinner to celebrate wedding anniversary of the inlaws. Mom wanted Japanese , and since we had dinner at Jipan last time ( we wanted only within the vicinity of Alabang Town Center ), we chose Kenji Tei this time. And as you can see from my rating, we enjoyed all the dishes we ordered. And plus points for efficient and fast service 128077.
My fave was the Crunchy Kani Maki and Uni sashimi 128076. My son loved his Curry Ramen and Cheese Gyoza. And everybody else had their fill of yummy Gomoku Shio Ramen (Mixed Seafood), Gyudon (no pic 128556), Tempura, Mabo Tofu, Salmon Sashimi and California Maki.
Definitely coming back here very soon!

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Michelle T.
4.0 Stars
3

Great food!

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Athina Janelle U.
4.0 Stars

Ordered their Shoyu Ramen, california maki and crunchy kani maki.

The ramen is good for two people (if you order the one). The taste is simple yet delicious. Lacks the rich broth taste of other popular ramen joints but still, for the price and the taste, this one can be a contender.

I love love loooove makis, and theirs did not disappoint. Love the crunchiness of the kani maki.

Would definitely go back here

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Josette P.
4.0 Stars

You can never go wrong with Japanese food. At least that's my mantra. 128521 My friends and I had dinner at Kenji Tei in Town. I enjoyed their food a lot plus their place is big and quiet considering how their near the cinemas. We ordered the large shoyu ramen and was overwhelmed with the serving. It's big enough to fit the four of us with the sides that we have. Their Ebi Mango Mayonnaise is to die for. It's really tasty and not awkward at all. Well, I was hesitant at first but this proved me wrong. Their Spicy Salmon Maki is also perfect. Just the right amount of mayo that does not overpower the spiciness. I'd say this place is a great for a japanese craving that suits your budget.

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Cliff M.
3.0 Stars

Aside from big serving I was not satisfied, yung noodles parang LuckyMe lang. Or maybe I'm just a LaMien guy. But I like their housetea (the cold one) it's the tea japanese serve during summer. Will I come back? For the tea... yes. For the ramen... maybe (I didnt even bother to take photos).

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DinoKid's M.
4.0 Stars

Kenji Tei Ramen

Chashu miso - miso based ramen served with an array of toppings. regular bowl is at 265

Spicy negi ramen - spicy miso based broth topped with Negi slices and Chashu. I ordered additional tamago (egg) for only Php 30. The regular bowl cost Php 275

Katsudon Php 290

Gyoza 6 pcs - Php 195

What I didn't like much is the service. Staff are too pre occupied.

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Chili G.
5.0 Stars

Been a while since we've been at kenji tei! We've been going to kenji since their hole in the wall place in BF but when yusho opened, we kinda forgot about it. Anyways, we were craving for Japanese the other day, not yusho and not hanamaruken so kenji tei it was!
We were seated right always and we ordered our faves - miso butter corn ramen, teriyaki chicken and chahan. Hubby wanted to try something new so we got the mango mayo ebi (in picture).
Food arrived quickly and service was good as well. When I tasted the ramen, I was like, I missed this! Perfect for the gloomy weather! The chicken was yummy and crunchy just as I remember.
The mango mayo ebi was great! It's like an ebi tempura with a coating of mango and mayonnaise, the shrimp inside is also plump and fresh!
Happy that the quality and service hasn't changed 128077🏼

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Gennie M.
4.0 Stars

Our go to Ramen place, always dependable specially these two items- seafood and pork ramen and their cheese gyoza! Yummy!

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Mae A.
5.0 Stars

Missed this! 128523 Crispy Chicken Teriyaki paired with Chahan is always a winning choice at this restaurant.

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Dana A.
3.0 Stars

mabo tofu is something not nakakaumay! i liked the crunchy cali-maki also but it's kinda nakakaumay huhuhu

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John V.
5.0 Stars

The Aburi Sushi is a new menu offering at Kenji Tei. Before this, for me, sushi is mostly raw. But the word "torched" in the menu description piqued my interest (I don't know but probably because that's exactly what I want to do Stannis Baratheon on Father's Day)

Back to the sushi- it is very very good. The torching left the tuna, salmon and scallop tender and did not make them tough at all. Each is given a special dab of condiment unique to each one and there's really no need for any of the BAU soy sauce-wasabi song-and-dance.

But what really sets this apart is that unique char taste that is surprising and refreshing for sushi. It heightened the umami and gave this favorite a special, if but subtle twist.

(No pic of the actual sushi as it was consumed as quickly the Jurassic World Mosasurus shark)

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Carla Victoria T.
5.0 Stars

Everyone who loves sushi! You should try the crunchy kani maki of kenji tei and it will tickle your senses 10084

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Chrizaline Mariz P.
4.0 Stars

Also tried their California Maki, Chashu Miso ramen and Miso Butter Corn ramen.

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Carla Victoria T.
5.0 Stars

Just thinking about this awesome dish makes me drool for more!!! This is the crunchy spicy tuna sushi whatever its name really is 128514 but i tell you its soooo good you'll keep coming back for more!

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Anne R.
4.0 Stars

Guess who's back in Kenji Tei? Me! Well, we can't get enough of this place 128521 This time, we've tried their Crispy Chicken Teriyaki! I love eating this with their Gohan! The white sticky rice and the crispy chicken just makes a good pair.

At some point in the meal, I get the feeling of umay with the taste of the chicken but it does not mean it is not any good. Masyado siyang marami kaya ganon. There's also a side of cabbage salad that is overflowing with Japanese Mayo. 128563

Overall, lunch was good. Waiters are always attentive. I always make it a point to get their complimentary cold tea 128522

Definitely going back again and again!

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Anna M.
5.0 Stars

I don't know if i was just too hungry but believe it or not, i ate 6 pcs of this salmon sushi from Kanji Tei after a plate of CaliforniaMaki.

I told the waiter if its possible for the sushi master to whip out his blowtorch and lightly sear the top of the salmon, before putting on the mayo. In Japan they call is aburi sushi (flamed seared sushi), where the fish is half grilled (topside), and half raw. Some says this is to melt the fat in the fish and to create a beautiful, soft, fatty flavor and texture. Whoever thought of this technique must be a genius because it definitely works and gives the sushi a different meaning of what "oishi"is. The sushi gods must be all awake lastnight, my wish was accommodated. And hmmm, i swear, it was heavenly.

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Anne R.
4.0 Stars

So I was still feeling a bit full but when my mum insisted to eat at Kenji Tei (She's addicted to this place!), I succumbed.

We're actually not that hungry so we only ordered the Spicy Salmon Maki and drowned ourselves to the Free Cold Tea and Hot Tea.

Service was still excellent. They would really tend to your needs. Good thing that they didn't bat an eyelash when we just ordered one dish. (eh bakit ba, busog nga kami 128563)

I noticed that their servings are getting smaller. Whyyyyyyyyy? Before, the salmon on top was heaping full. Now, it's a bit conservative. Taste is still good. Also loved the Cold Tea, more please. 127843127843127843

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