Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss

4/F Robinsons Galleria, EDSA cor. Ortigas Ave., Ortigas Center, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss
3.9
4.0 Stars

20 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 11
  • 3 stars 6
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 21 Reviews
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Category:
Ramen or Noodle
Business Hours
Reopens Mon: 10:00a - 9:00p

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Most Recent Reviews

Argee E.
5.0 Stars

This resto closed down in Shaw blvd. they hit yummy choices of Japanese food. But most of all, if definitely recommend my favorite EBI TEMPURA. Though I don't like the taste of the soup but the tempura isn't crunch yet somewhat soft and of course, the rice is good plus their sauce is somewhat sweet.

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Caroline C.
4.0 Stars

I'm so pleased that a branch of Moshi Koshi has opened here at Robinson's Galleria. Ordered the kaki age udon. Soup base was a bit too salty but I LOVE the udon. It was chewy, boiling hot and plentiful. They are so generous with their servings that I could not finish half my bowl. I was noodle full!

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Bryan L.
3.0 Stars

Ordered the Niku Udon for a change instead of the usual ramen...soup stock was quite good but the noodles were a little overcooked making it a bit gummy. I wanted to originally try the Chicken Curry but it was sold out :(

Moshi Koshi has a nice ambience plus its dishes have a very affordable price range. The Niku Udon cost only Php170 and the other dishes average around PhP195 (Shoyu Ramen) to their Php295 (Bento Meals). The only downside is this place is quite hidden in the 4th floor corner of Robinsons Galleria making it invisible to mall-goers. Hopefully they have enough mall traffic to survive :)

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Julius M.
3.0 Stars

A bit pricey. Ramen was good. Cool interior.

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Jane Ira I.
3.0 Stars

The beef soba was a bit salty for my taste. The beef strips in it were yummy though! They taste like bacon. Hehe...

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Veanney V.
4.0 Stars

Ate here this afternoon instead of Ikorryu (sp?) at Shang. We were looking for MSG-loaded soup aka ramen but the information girl said there was none and then we found this. So my boyfriend ordered their miso ramen (thinking that it was an udon cos he likes thick noodles), and gyoza since we were really hungry while I got their yakisoba.

Miso ramen: 3/5
Ok for me but not as good as my forever bet for ramen, Ukokkei. But it was good enough especially for a not so known place for ramen. But I think my bf would rate this a 4/5.

Yakisoba: 3/5
Quality is good except for the veggies they're not fresh. The taste was a bit weird to my palate as I was expecting a salty soba. My bf liked it though but still a 3/5 for him as well.

Gyoza: 4/5
I don't really like gyoza bec it tastes weird and oily and just plain porky. This is the one that I appreciated the most but I'm still not a fan.

Service: 5/5
Quick serve and efficient staff :)

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Archie A.
3.0 Stars

My 7 year old kid likes the Ebi Tempura.... He finishes it in no time!

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Jay F.
4.0 Stars

The noodles are made fresh in the restaurant daily. Thus Koshi.

Tried the Tempura Soba and it was pretty good.

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Kani T.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Norman A.
3.0 Stars

A stroll through Robinsons Galleria finds me at the doorstep of yet another ramen house. And while I am not famished, I push open the glass doors. After all, no other customer is inside, and I can sip my broth in silence.

By default, I go for the priciest item on their list; I figure there must be a reason why the miso ramen costs P230. The service is quick and I instantly indulge.

For sime reason, I anticipate I lighter flavor, but this broth is rich and hearty (as the menu describes), and the pork taste seems to overpower the miso. And even if I am looking for more ingredients in my bowl, the noodles themselves are the star--firm and full to the bite.

Not necessarily a meal I would go nuts about, but not bad at all.

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Maxine Maia A.
3.0 Stars

Being on a tonkatsu streak recently, my friend and I decided to do Japanese for lunch and headed over to Moshi Koshi.

For a semi-empty place, service was pretty disagreeable. The food took long to be served, and by then I was hungry enough to start chewing on my chopsticks.

The tonkatsu was okay. I mean, it wasn't Yabu. But for Php 205, I could literally taste the downgrade in meat quality. My friend also rated the chicken teriyaki a 3 out 5.

For cheap thrills, the place is fine. But you'd probably be better off in a Teriyaki Boy 127857

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Melissa P.
4.0 Stars

One of the better japanese fastfood chains! Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss started with a branch in Shaw Boulevard. But the owner eventually decided to pack up and open in high traffic places, so they opened in malls.

They are known for their "koshi" noodles. Pasta speak, it's "al dente" 128521

I usually order their Katsudon. The meat has the right thickness yet tender. The sauce is perfectly sweet and tasty. The egg on top is cooked the right consistency. And lastly, they use real japanese rice (the rice tells you how authentic they want to be).

Other bestsellers are their Gyudon and I also like their Chasyu Miso Ramen and Ebi Tempura! I don't like their Gyoza very much.

Prices range from P180-230.

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Carlo L.
4.0 Stars

Ok here we go...
Aside from Rai-Rai Ken, here's a better alternative if you're looking for some Japanese food. Although their menu only has a few, it's still worth the visit.

I have been passing by this place for some time now so I thought to try it out once and for all.

Now don't get me wrong, i gave it 4 stars just because when it comes to Japanese food, I'm quite choosy since my dad cooks authentic Japanese dishes (yes he does, learned from a true and good Japanese chef). I ordered Katsudon, Gyoza and Coke Zero. Katsudon costs 180, Gyoza for 85 and coke zero for 40! And yes, food was good.

The order came quick yet smoking hot! Quickly, I ate and eventually ordered an additional rice which costed 40 but hey, it's Japanese rice so I didn't mind the price. 128516

I still have to try other food on their menu, but my dad said they ate here last week and said that compared to Rai-Rai Ken, Moshi Koshi is better since the price between the two is not much of a difference. And since he cooks great Japanese dishes, and know what's good or not, I will assume that when I come back here, I wouldn't be disappointed. 128521

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Howard G.
5.0 Stars

I am a noodle lover and wanted to try their different kinds. Though none made me stand up and applaud, each was better than average. The noodles were firm and definitely freshly made. Tempura and karaage were both above average, too.

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Anne Noreen S.
4.0 Stars

Their noodles is sweet. It's affordable and the ambiance of the place is nice. Service is fast but the crew is not that accommodating. This place is one of my favorite.

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Marian P.
4.0 Stars

We went to Robinson's Galleria last Wednesday to inquire at Kinder Music for our baby Gabe. It's very near Moshi Koshi so we decided to try the place that a looloo friend recommended.

We ordered Miso Ramen, Tonkatsudon , and tempura set meal. The Miso Ramen was Average. I've tasted better ramen. Tempura set was just ok also. They forgot to include the grated ginger and radish to our sauce:( . What saved the meal was the tonkatsudon. One of the better tasting tonkatsu I've ever tried. But as the name suggests, Moshi Koshi "noodle boss", they are supposed to have good tasting noodles. But sadly, the ones we've ordered doesn't deserve the title :( .

Service was fast and the staff very attentive. A plus point.

Oh well, we'll still come back for the tonkatsu. Maybe they should change their name to " tonkatsu boss"..... Just a suggestion. ;)

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Kim S.
5.0 Stars

The moment na pagsubo ko ng pork katsudon i smiled!!! That explains everthing!
Best noodle chain!!!
Ambience.10
Food.10
Customer service.11! :)128516

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Dianne E.
4.0 Stars

If you go to a restaurant that calls itself "Noodle Boss" you best get NOODLES. During my first visit here I ordered katsudon and didn't think much of it. On my next visit I wised up and ordered yakisoba. It was good. It wasn't like a Sugi-level type of good, but it was very good for a restaurant in a Robinsons mall. And it only cost P155. I'd go back.

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Kate O.
4.0 Stars

Presentation for bento is sooo pretty! Shoyu ramen is also good.

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Chay V.
4.0 Stars

Yey for Japanese food! Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss is now open at 4F Robinsons Galleria. I am a fan of Japanese cuisine, especially their spices, Katsudon and Ramen. It is my first time to eat at Moshi Koshi and good thing, they did not let me down ;)

Tegs ordered "Miso Ramen" and I ordered "Shogayaki Ramen" plus potato salad on the side.

I really loved their on-how-you-should-eat-your ramen-fun-fact! I never knew you had to eat ramen within 5-7 minutes to truly enjoy it! :))

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