Oyasumi Ramen

308 P. Guevarra St. cor. Sea View St., Little Baguio, San Juan, Metro Manila

Oyasumi Ramen
4.1
4.0 Stars

21 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 6
  • 4 stars 11
  • 3 stars 4
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 25 Reviews
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Category:
Ramen or Noodle
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 10:30p
Phone
+6322750309

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 10:30p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 10:30p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 10:30p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 10:30p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 10:30p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 10:30p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 10:30p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Parking:
Street
Kids Menu:
Yes
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Waiter Service:
Yes
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Marc David M.
4.0 Stars
2

Finally got to try Oyasumi. It is quite hard to find as it doesn't have a visible signage up front and it also doesn't help that the loolooapp pin of the place is waaaay off by 500mts. 128557

iekei Ramen - their original specialty ramen. All the while I thought it was Lekei, it's Iekei pala with a captial "I". Buti na lang nagtanong ako 128514. The soup is thick and bursts of chicken flavor much like Yokohama Sei-Men's and Kichitora. Chashu is quite thin but just enough for me. Minsan kasi pag thick slice medyo madaling maka-umay. Tamago was just right. Loved the ramen overall.

Of course I won't pass on their other specialty that made them famous. Turning your leftovers to Cheese Risotto 128525. Although I was expecting Cheese like Mac & Cheese creamy levels, what they offer is more on the sharper kind of cheese, quite salty. I still liked it though 128513. But it's so heavy that I guess not everyone can eat all of it.

Will I go back? Definitely! When I pass the area that is. 128513

P.S. Please fix the address pin on the map. Peanut D Roegan T 128522

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Will C.
4.0 Stars
3

Another ramen place that is on my must try list as it always pops up whenever theres a top ramen joint in manila. So when we ended up within the area of san juan and decided to search for this place, it was really hard to locate this one as the place is kinda dark and the signage not appealing at all, but its good that we spotted it on the last minute and made a abrupt stop to fill up the available limited parking. Parking here is very limited and when P guevarra is congested its hard to get into a parking spot as you would be the cause of the stuck up. And another more thing when coming from wilson is that their place is on the left side as its few meters different from where waze was pointing to, imagine "You had arrived", huh,?? Wheres oyasumi??? 128514

First level is the bar place but its kinda humid and narrow so i suggest the 2nd level. They specialized in yokohama ramen but since i have no idea what constitute a yokohama style we ordered for their specialty which is Iekei ramen at 350. Hmmm, the soup lacks the broth of a tonkotsu and strong with the chicken oil but nonetheless it was not bad reminds me of kichitoria, the chasu looks good but was very thinly slice thus it wasnt juicy at all and a little bit chewy. The noodles needs some improvement as it taste none like the premium ramen noodle around, it needs to be a little bit thick and chewy, well at least for me. The tamago was another story, i like this one as its a whole tamago and gooey half boiled on the inside. 128522

The place evokes a modern feel, dark and lighting only on the top of the tables. The servers were very nice especially the bald one who serves us cold teas and by the way, their teas are good.

We also had their risotto, but we set aside a portion of the soup before consuming it. By the way, i dont think this is necessary as they could just provide a new small serving of soup for the risotto as i cant imagine how it will be cook, i mean leftover soup on a cooking pan 128533 one after another 128533 ones soup might get shuffled with another?128533 okay stop. 128522

This is a 3.5 for me not a hard 4 stars.

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Jayne Marie W.
4.0 Stars

Tucked away in the quiet streets of San Juan is a ramen shop called Oyasumi Ramen. The place was really a bit hard to find. Still I couldn't wait to try it, because many people said that this place is worth a try.

The moment when I stepped in. The cute interior of this resto is really inviting, it simply reminded us of the Japanese casual dining where your dining area is in front of the cook.

La Paz Ramen (Php 370)
it's Filipino favorite with Japanese infusion La Paz Ramen it will sound odd but wait till you sip the soup and definitely you'll know you are in for nice fusion of flavors plus the crunchy chicharon on top definitely top of my list.

Kara Miso Ramen (Php 370)
One of the best ramen I've ever tasted so far. It's richness in miso, and also combined with some sauce that you can mix by your own, from the soy sauce to chili sauce. Makes this ramen as a one of the choice to eat in this place. Considering for the huge size as well. Makes me wanna eat it again all the time!

La Paz Ramen (Php 370)
it's Filipino favorite with Japanese infusion La Paz Ramen it will sound odd but wait till you sip the soup and definitely you'll know you are in for nice fusion of flavors plus the crunchy chicharon on top definitely top of my list.

I must say they are both awesome. The broth of both ramen is bursting with flavor. And their noodles are not like those processed noodles.

Gyoza (Php 150)
Much like the same gyoza that I've eat but still it's great, but if you combined this with the ramen, it makes one who have good taste became an awesome taste. I must say they pull out the flavor and texture well.

Courteous and attentive staff. Cool, clean place. Not bad for a ramen below Php 400.

Just a suggestion tried eating on the bar for a complete Japanese experience. But the exhaust will not save you from smelling like ramen. So I suggest that you take a table upstairs.

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Cherry P.
3.0 Stars
5

Oyasumi has a promo running this weekend to celebrate their first anniversary. You get 50 off on your second bowl of ramen in the same category (it was a bit confusing). Tried out their shio butter ramen which is off menu. Decent seafood broth and nice seared scallops on top. A bit generous on the salt though. (I do have a low tolerance for salty food at times).

Parking is a nightmare and a slit is rarely available. The tenants share the parking spaces so it's almost impossible to park your car in front.

There is a bar downstairs where you can eat or you can try the dining room on the second floor. Only 4 long tables and one small table though so getting seated may take some time during peak hours.

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Blaise F.
4.0 Stars

Tried 2 ramens and the Gyoza.

Broth was not bad.

But beware of the spicy ones, there's different levels you can choose from. My hubby tried Level 2 and we found it okay, but it's the kind of spicy that it turns a bit sour and kills your tastebuds after a while.

Mine was the classic broth and it was creamy and nice.

Noodles were just nice and it was quite springy but I've had better.

Price wise, it's in the range of 350++ so it's quite pricey if you're paying for more than 1person.

Gyoza was better than expected. Would order it again. It was only 150, if I can recall.

It's in little Baguio and there's no Big sign outside the establishment so you might miss it. It's next to a scuba store.

This is still worth trying, IMO.

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Wennifer C.
3.0 Stars

My dear husband brought me here since he read somehere that this resto is part of the top 10 ramen place in Manila. I ordered the Iekei and hubby ordered black pepper ramen.

Mine was ok. Broth was a bit bland, vegies were ok. Chashu was nornal. What was very good was the noodle, it was very firm and chewy. The egg was also very good.

The black pepper ramen was full of black pepper (what else?) so it was spicy.

We also ordered gyoza. Not too good.

For a quick ramen place, this would be ok. Not suitable for elders as you have to go up the 2nd floor to sit. If you're ok to sit on a stool, then the ground floor is available for it.

The place is small. So go early. Parking is limited too.

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Vic M.
4.0 Stars

This time I had a ramen with my chashu and beers..a Kara miso.

Hard not to keep coming back. So near our place!

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Rachelle C.
5.0 Stars

It's like a fusion ramen. Don't forget to ask them to make you a cheesy risotto with your left-over soup! 128076🏻

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Toby D.
5.0 Stars

Gyoza + Miso Ramen = Thumbs up

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Dana P.
4.0 Stars

Not as "wow" as the more popular ramen places but I keep coming back to this one. 128522 Love the service and ambiance of this place - urban, quaint. I always take the table on the second floor, nearest the window and just watch cars pass by as I enjoy my comforting La Paz Ramen with a bottle of Pale Pilsen. 128076🏼 Also enjoyed their Truffle Ramen...which I will order again, the next time I visit. 127836

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Mei O.
4.0 Stars

I haven't tried the cheesy risotto yet since I always finish my bowl. 128532 For this day, the tomato ramen and the la paz batchoy ramen were ordered.

We always sit at the ground floor and here, you'll leave the resto smelling like your ramen. Sure. Okay.

As for the la paz batchoy ramen, it's your la paz batchoy with the tonkotsu broth! Good experience but I would probably just resort back to their original offering.

Will still come back to Oyasumi! 128513

Wifi Password: oyasumiramen

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Yshkael C.
4.0 Stars

Second time here.
I just noticed that you can't really see the name of this resto. There is no sign 128513128541 !

Me and my friends ordered the Black Pepper Ramen and added 60 pesos for the cheesy risotto!

3 of us shared 1 order since we were just here for merienda. I think the size is perfect for two, not three haha!

The ramen came quick and we saw it being prepared by the staff before our eyes since we sat at the ground floor where we can see their kitchen.
We quickly gobbled up the ramen and the left over soup was returned to the staff to turn into chessy risotto! This is really clever!

Few minutes after...
Voila! Chessy Risotto!
I personally think both dishes were good, very flavorful in my opinion! But, my other two buddies oppose. Well, I guess we all got different tastes...

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Antonio Lorenzo Q.
4.0 Stars

For those ramen foodies out there, this quaint little place along San Juan is one worth trying out. Though not as exemplary as Ukkokei or Ramen Nagi, their unique take on certain dishes such as Karamiso may be one way of diversifying your umami taste buds. Prices are modest enough for the serving, though the taste may seem kinda so-so for those people who are acquainted well with ramen.

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Linus P.
3.0 Stars

Got the Kara Miso, until now i still have mixed feelings about it.

Don't order the cheese risotto.

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Mei O.
4.0 Stars

No photo of the ramen, or maybe I'm too lazy to search through my phone. So how is it?

We've been frequenting this place since it's a few cartwheels and frontrolls away and thought that their original ramen is always a sure-fire way of getting that warm hug when you need it and no significant other to get it from. They serve house tea as well and don't ever forget to get gyoza!!!

Remember: "original" ramen (forgot what it's called) + gyoza = warm hugs coming from the bottom of your stomach.

Service is great, I think we've become friends with their staff. Haha.

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Vic M.
4.0 Stars

Thick chashu and beers....

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Nicky C.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Yshkael C.
4.0 Stars

Original one. I forgot what's it called.

It was just okay. It's better than most of the ramen places I tried but I still choose Ramen Nagi's Butao Original over this.

I liked the risotto though. It was cheesy and perfect to go with the ramen!

Service was pretty fast and the meat was flavorful! Better than Ramen Nagi's shoulder I would say.

I heard the staff used to work in Mu Noodle Bar which closed down already.

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Clarence Y.
4.0 Stars

Already a fan of their ramen when it was first served at Mu Noodle Bar. The Lekei ramen is their original ramen. The broth is balanced for me because its not salty and has a correct level of richness. Oyasumi also has other ramen flavors to offer like the La Paz ramen which is a personal favorite because I really love La Paz Batchoy. It may look just like a ramen form but the broth makes it special. The soup of the batchoy made into something more rich and savory.

Oyasumi ramen is my go to place when i'm craving for a bowl of ramen because the place has sufficient parking and really convenient to go to from my place. Give it a try for the price its worth it but don't expect it to be at the level of Ramen Nagi or Ippudo.

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Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

There's a place in San Juan that serves some awesome ramen. And if you have some left-over ramen broth, they'll whip a delicious cheesy risotto with an Asian twist. This is Oyasumi Ramen.

The place sits away from the usual foodie haunts of Little Baguio in San Juan. A small two storey ramen shop that is nicely hip with its industrial-modern interiors. The first floor is their ramen bar which hugs their open kitchen. More comfy table seating is located at their second floor. Gray concrete and dark wood is used to accent the small shop. Modern lighting fixtures nicely brighten the place up. Adding to its nicely hip vibe, the place streams piped-in deep house tunes from Gorgon City, Faul & Wad Ad, Luke Million , Clean Bandit, and alike, somewhat making it a nice place too to chill with friends.

Their menu offers 5 signature ramen bowls. Four of which are Japanese in flavors and one takes inspiration from La Paz Batchoy (yup, a Batchoy Ramen). All their ramen bowls are served with their original freshly made ramen noodles. For a minimal charge, diners may opt to "spice" up their ramen fix by choosing from Oyasumi's special freshly made flavored ramen noodles--squid ink, curry, spicy. More than their ramen, they also offer Cold Soba, Uddon in a dipping sauce, Crispy Gyoza, Upgrade to a thick Chashu, and ramen addons--extra Tamago, extra soup, and alike.

Rainy days can easily stir a ramen craving. My ramen fix this visit was their Ieki Ramen. I upgraded my ramen with their squid-ink ramen. I am loving their Yokohama inspired noodle soup. The hearty ramen was laden with oh-so-flavorful and tender chashu pork slices, spinach, perfectly cooked Aji Tamago (with a nicely runny yolk), leeks, and nori sheets. The broth was nicely rich with earthy flavors of pork tonkotsu and a subtle hint of soy sauce (tare). Perhaps due to the long careful steeping of the broth, the soup came out perfectly creamy without being overly rich. Pronounced as the pork flavor was , the broth wasn't oily. Slurping the noodles with the subtle hint of squid ink flavor nicely mixed with the broth. I loved their chashu. They lightly torched the tender pork slices which added a certain grilled earthiness to the ramen. Not bad at all for 370.

Their Crispy Gyoza were thinner than usual dumpling pieces. What I loved was that the schmuckers tasted like delicate crispy Potstickers. The dumpling wrapper had a light crispy crust yet still had that chewy underside. The stuffing was flavorful. Instead of the usual black vinegar-soy sauce dipping sauce, Oyasumi had this dipping sauce that was more flavorful with a sweet-sour-salty-lightly spicy kick. Perfect with the ramen.

I had a bit of ramen broth left over. They recommended that for a minimal charge of Php 60, they would whip up a cheesy risotto from the remaining ramen broth. Not quite similar to the traditional cheesy Risotto Alla Milanese, but rather a cheesy Risotto with an Asian twist. Albeit their use of Japanese rice instead of the classic arborio grain, I loved the cheesy rice porridge. The rice dish was cheesy and flavorful with the tasty tonkotsu ramen broth. The slivers of fresh leeks perfectly balanced the richness of the dish. They even added more of their chopped awesome chashu. I sprinkled my Asian-Risotto bowl with a few dashes of Togarashi Japanese Chili powder which added a nice kick of heat to the rice dish. This comes highly recommended to foodie's who are fond of ramen and risotto.

While there are easily a lot of awesome ramen places and chains around town, by my books, Oyasumi Ramen certainly now falls into my go-to ramen places.

Oyasumi Ramen can easily be missed as one transverses along P Guevarra. The place has no outdoor signage. It's modern all-glass front facade and dark interiors are the markers of the place. It sits right beside a dive shop. Coming from the Wilson-Mc Do area, take a right a P Guevarra. After the first stop light (the corner of Sky Cable) , Oyasumi will loom a few meters at your left. Parking though may be a bit of a challenge. But for ramen loving foodies, a visit to Oyasumi is highly recommended.

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