Rai Rai Ken

G/F SM City Bicutan, Doña Soledad Ave. , Bicutan, Parañaque, Metro Manila

Rai Rai Ken
3.0
3.0 Stars

8 Reviewers

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  • 1 star 1
  • 8 Reviews
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Category:
Japanese
Business Hours
Reopens Sun: 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 - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱185 - ₱320

Most Recent Reviews

Eboy D.
3.0 Stars
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RaiRai Ken SM Bicutan is located near the supermarket entrance with a seating capacity of 30 people. Went there and was able to get seats immediately. The interiors are decked in black, red and yellow. I find the prices expensive with the quality of food served.

The miso ramen is served on a big bowl good for two adults. In our case, two kids and two not so hungry adults was able to eat the ramen served. It was filled with noodles, enoki mushrooms, egg, pork and nori. It was moderately spiced. Not too salty. But for the price though, i can get it at a ramen restaurant based in Japan.

Service is good though. They are quick to serve the food and was very friendly. Senior discounts honored. It is good to note that they are very honest in the computation of the senior discount.

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Mark C.
1.0 Stars

It was essentially Japanese food on a budget. I should have calculated the cost of Montezuma's revenge. Guess where I am writing this review from? Arrgh.

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Elaine B.
3.0 Stars

I love sashimis, especially salmon. 128525128525128525 And whenever I'm craving, I go to Rai Rai Ken, because its the nearest restaurant that offers sashimi. Not the best and not the freshest but it will do. Haha. If you're really craving, like me. 128532 Their bentos were not that bad either. 128077

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Clarissa P.
3.0 Stars

Rainy days and Tuesdays = perfect Ramen day!

I don't like rainy days because I feel so gloomy and grumpy, wanting to shake all the nega vibes by means of eating 128518 And when the weather is cold, all you want is a hot bowl of noodles! Ramen, to join in the craze.

While in SMB, we checked on the only decent Japanese Restaurant. Rai Rai Ken. We wanted to go to Bono Tei, which was just minutes away, but we saw that Rai Rai Ken offers 50% off their Ramen selection. Great! We settled, checked on the menu and ordered. Little did we know, and since we weren't really reading, you should order for any other dish or appetizer and a drink to get the 50% off. That was fine... We got two bowls plus a Katsudon for the hubby and some maki for me. Then we also ordered for some iced tea and dessert for the little one.

Chasyu Ramen - shoyu infused, topped with generous slices of Chasyu, egg and Chinese petchay. The broth was good, actually. Salty and oily but was tasty. The noodles were meh! Expected to be instant, there were parts that were a little hard. Unlike Ramen Houses were the egg slices were marinated with the characteristic orange yolk, the egg here was nothing special. Just your plain hard boiled egg.

Tonkotsu Ramen - out from their Premium Ramen selection, this one had a shoyu infused soup and topped with roast pork chasyu. Same noodles quality, salty broth but I must commend the thick and flavorful slices of meat that it came with. You can actually take out the meat and order for some extra rice! Lol! 128584128585128586

Katsudon - hubby's favorite! This was good. The meat was tender but had a little crunch on the outside. The sauce was just how I wanted it to be - a little salty and sweet at the same time.

Super California Maki - my favorite California Maki version of all time! You'll get the usual maki topped with this yummy salmon salad! A delish twist to the most boring and common maki of all! 128513

And since the daughter and I were in an ice cream trance despite the rainy and cold weather, we ordered for a Banana Parfait for dessert. Scoops of vanilla ice cream layered with some fresh banana slices, topped with whipped cream, a stick of wafer and a cherry to finish it off.

We also ordered for their house special iced tea which was just your ordinary powdered iced tea mixed with some freshly squeezed lemon and served with some froth and a cherry. Too expensive for 75php per serving.

Anyway... If not for the 50% off their Ramen, I would say that their Ramen Bowls are not sulit. I don't think I will pay for 360php per bowl with that kind of quality. I mean, come on! You can get a better bowl of Ramen for that amount - Yushoken or Wrong. But half of that 180php, is a good deal.

Service was okay. They're not too attentive and you would need to wait for a little while for your food and for your bill.

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Rachel L.
3.0 Stars

Didnt expect the serving to be so much!

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Raiza L.
4.0 Stars

Tan tan men is just perfect for this weather! Spicy, rich and yummy! Can be shared by those with not so huge appetites. 127836

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Ched R.
4.0 Stars

I had the Seafood Miso soup (in photo). I liked it because it was soooo loaded with mussels, squid and a thick slice of salmon. The soup had the right level of sourness and tanginess. I finished my entire bowl in no time! 10084I had gyoza too but they didn't ask me if I wanted it steamed or fried. Lucky for them, they served it steamed because that's what I would've told them. My entire meal, including the gyoza and bottled water, cost me P310.00. I was soooo full so I think the price is sulit. 128522

All in all, I liked the food and the service. I wouldn't say it's the best ramen ever but it will do if you're craving for good ramen at a small price.

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Sheryl Anne B.
3.0 Stars

50% off on all ramen (if you order an appetizer and a drink)! Sooo, I tried the Nabeyaki Ramen (390 pesos). It has one piece tempura, two small slices of pork, seaweeds, and an egg. Tastes good. However, when the ramen was served, the tempura was soggy already. Parang nag-swimming na yung hipon sa sabaw. Hahaha!

Had gyoza for the appetizer (150 pesos/6 pieces & you can have it either steamed or fried). Their red iced tea (40+ pesos) was bitin. Haha dapat pala large nalang inorder ko.

+ 1 star for the server in her cute kimono costume 128516

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