Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss

UG/F Annex, SM City North EDSA, EDSA cor. North Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss
3.4
3.5 Stars

19 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 6
  • 3 stars 8
  • 2 stars 3
  • 1 star 0
  • 19 Reviews
  • 24 Recommend
  • 19 Reviewers
Category:
Ramen or Noodle
Business Hours
Reopens: 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

Sarah T.
3.0 Stars

Tasted like ramen. Nothing special but the staff makes you feel very welcome. They're very accommodating. Cozy place, too.

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Mich C.
4.0 Stars

Worth raving for its nothing fancy, no frills ramen. 128077🏼 Tantanmen is good and two thumbs up for the best ajitama egg I've tasted so far128077🏼128077🏼

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Adrian L.
3.0 Stars

Their Tantanmen ramen is nothing to rave about but it does a decent job of satisfying one's craving for ramen. The Karaage is quite good though with its strong ginger taste. Price-wise, you are better off dining at Komoro Soba with their more affordable menu.

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Jayson J.
2.0 Stars

Their noodles...

Ramen.. As my friend said was not comparable to the best ones...
Soba.. I think it was too fluffed up. I like shonantei's better.
Their karaage was way too salty

Service is just okay.

One remarkable food here is the gyoza.. I think that they excel more in gyoza than noodles

Is this the reason why not much eat here?

Btw.. See that wasabi in the soba pic? Man! That was the hottest, should i describe, wasabi i've ever tasted in my life! Hehe

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Jc C.
2.0 Stars

I disliked it.

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Sheryl T.
3.0 Stars

Their branding looks really good and it gave me the essence of a high end restaurant but the food was disappointing.

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Marc G.
3.0 Stars

The Chicken Teriyaki is tender and really good but ALL the side dishes taste weird. 128547128530128559

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Arman P.
4.0 Stars

Welcome to the World of Koshi (al dente) noodles. Right bite on your taste, not over cooked and not irritatingly chewable. A place where can have your ramen in express. Express but not compromising its quality. I must say it isn't that very authentic as to way of cooking (old Japanese ramen took time to cook its meat and noodles are hand pulled). But hey spending 195 to your Shoyu ramen with good taste? Not bad! This is a living proof that express ramen need not to have express taste :)

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Carol A.
4.0 Stars

Another good place for a quick ramen fix. This place reminds me of Ramen X wherein you have to order and pay in the counter then the food will be served afterwards. I ordered shio ramen. It was good but somehow I regret not ordering shio with butter corn for a few peso difference. Nevertheless, the ramen is just perfect. I have to commend that it has the perfect taste of saltiness in it. The place is not as "authentic" as other ramen joints in town but it will do.

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Jam V.
4.0 Stars

(L-R)
Shio Butter Corn Ramen
Kara-age Udon
Yakisoba
Chicken Teriyaki Bento

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Sarap ng noodles! Very chewy! They say that their noodles are freshly made everyday. Medyo maalat lang ung soup but still okay. Very affordable din! We paid for P1,300 only for 5 dishes and a Kani Salad.

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Ronald Gerard A.
4.0 Stars

I've been visiting the place for dinners and their shoyu ramen never failed me. It's not really the best ramen you'd have but its really worth the price

The shoyu broth is just at the right saltiness with a hint of sweetness. Its flavorful but not overpowering. The noodles, well it's the star of this dish. The noodles were done just right, has a bite but not tough. The noodles taste good on its own as well, salty and a bit sweet. Well it doesnt have as much toppings as other ramen places put in theirs but hey, this is ramen. its about noodles and the broth, and this place hits just the right spot for me.

Its also a bonus that the serving's quite large that you really get full after consuming one. SLURP on!

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Tinette L.
4.0 Stars

Their cold soba and teishoku mixed tempura are both reasons to come back. Presentation of food is a big plus factor. Service is fast & staff are courteous making the dining experience great!

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Jaafgie G.
2.0 Stars

Had the chicken curry, i've had better. Pricey for the quality. Looked good with the rainbow colored toppings, but not a culinary delight. There were pieces of just chicken skin in the curry. There were more pieces of potato also than chicken.

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Jay N.
3.0 Stars

Weeks ago I had a ramen carving while at the mall. So decided to try this Shio Butter Corn with Aji Tamago or the soft boiled egg. It costed a bit pricey at 210 for the ramen plus 25-50 (not sure) for the Aji Tamago. ( I just compared it to No Mama's pricing, though I haven't been there but I'm dying to try their ramen 'coz I heard it's really good) As far as I remember they make the noodles in the store everyday so the noodles are fresh. Shio basically is a clear broth ramen. It means they use salt to taste instead of soy sauce as the server said to me. It tasted good but not "wow" I actually prefer spicy noodles but they don't have one.

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Surely G.
5.0 Stars

My new fave Jap diner! They serve freshly cooked noodles that you need to eat them as fast as possible 'cause the koshi state of the noodles can last for about 6 to 8 minutes only. That's why they have a simple rule that slurping is permitted and encouraged.

I also love how apparent the big portion of servings. It even looks like a serving can be for sharing.

Really recommend you to order Shio Buttered Corn Ramen, Gyoza well-done, and of course Tempura.

This has gained the top spot on my list for Ramen urban diner. Very affordable and very friendly food attendant.

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Tracy M.
3.0 Stars

Nothing particularly spectacular about this place for me. The tempura for my tempura ramen was okay, though I felt a little sad looking at my bowl of ramen for some reason.

I was a little baffled that the place was pay as you order. I don't think I've encountered a ramen place that had that scheme. Unless it was meant to be like some sort of fast food? Because the infographic said you had to eat your ramen in 8 minutes? I dunno. Do people take out ramen? Can ramen be a to-go thing?? So many questions! 128561

The place wasn't so packed (probably only 3 tables occupied), but I had to ask for some tempura sauce twice. And the window where the food comes out was literally right behind me.

They do say that they make their ramen fresh everyday, though, so I guess that's cool. Other than that, though, the place lacks a bit of "oomph" for me.

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Lindsey G.
5.0 Stars

My favorite restaurant right now! I've been here about four weeks straight. I love their menu items. I always feel like I get great value for my money.

The place is very clean. I haven't seen a crowd come it yet so it is very quiet. Staff is friendly and very accommodating.

My recommendations: Katsudon Donburi, Niku Udon, and Yakisoba.

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Arnila d.
3.0 Stars

A bit pricey.. Like their chicken teriyaki 127831 and the kuchay siding, the miso soup is good 127861.. Potato salad is a no-no for me..

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Cecille Y.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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