Ramen Daisho

Sunshine Square, 312 Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Ramen Daisho
3.9
4.0 Stars

81 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 22
  • 4 stars 36
  • 3 stars 16
  • 2 stars 6
  • 1 star 1
  • 91 Reviews
  • 54 Recommend
  • 81 Reviewers
Category:
Ramen or Noodle
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:30a - 2:30p
Phone
+6327740036

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:30a - 2:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:30a - 2:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:30a - 2:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:30a - 2:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:30a - 2:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:30a - 2:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:30a - 2:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Howard G.
5.0 Stars

Aside from their excellent ramen (miso is better than tonkotsu here; in soup quality and noodles used), they have a very well priced tempura tower.
Usually at 600 for ten pieces, there's a promo for the same at 480. Very meaty. Done right. Not like in some lame places that claim to be authentic Japanese.

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Howard G.
5.0 Stars

I had a large miso ramen. Delicious. Amazingly delicious. I haven't enjoyed ramen like this for some time. Flavorful and rich, without being overpowering even up to the last drop.
The pork cut was lean, which I wasn't used to, but it worked well with the broth and the other toppings. Two thumbs up. An instant favorite.

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Trisha M.
5.0 Stars

Yummy! Indeed!

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Wennifer C.
3.0 Stars

Had dinner here and ordered chasu tonkotsu ramen. Soup base was good, noodle ok too. Didnt like the egg, it wasnt soft enough; and the chasu seemed old. It was actually tough.

California maki, well, i've tasted better.

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Trisha M.
5.0 Stars

the food i must say, were all jap authentic! #legit! 9786

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Sam C.
4.0 Stars

Pretty good ramen! I liked the soup though was not used to thin noodles. Gyoza was the highlight for me :)

Take the lunch set if you want to try both the ramen and gyoza. Price is fair and worth it :)

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Julienne S.
5.0 Stars

I 128151 there tonkotsu ramen!!! definitely will be back sooner. 128515

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Mei O.
4.0 Stars

Ramen Daisho is the nearest ramen place that I can go to and not think twice if I'm going to still order from them (yes, Ramen Nagi, I'm talking about you). Their ramen used to be really good, till Ippudo trumped all ramen houses. Friend said gyoza was ethereal and the ramen is still okay. Not bad but not that oh-my-gawd-this-is-ramen fabulous. 6.5-7 over 10 probably. Service is good and they do remember me and my friend when we visit here. Will I visit Shaw Blvd. for this place if I live somewhere far? No. But will I eat here if I happen to be in the area? Definitely. :)

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The Food Scout N.
4.0 Stars

Ramen Daisho is the Ukokkei Ramen of the Mandaluyong area. Ramen Daisho's ramen recipe was bought directly from Japanese Master Chef Giantsu Yasuhiko. Who is he? Well, he's the master who created the recipe ofUkokkei Ramen Ron

 I had to try this Shoyu Ramen with Leek Oil. The way Ramen Daisho briefly describes this ramen - thin, flat noodles in soup broth with a blend of the finest selection of Japanese soy sauce and an additional leek oil to give it a boost. You can't go wrong with this ramen! I personally chose this because of its additional leek oil that makes my ramen more delicately sweet and robust. Leek alone gives a fusion of onion and garlic flavor, which keeps the ramen flavorful even as it shifts from its hot temperature to room temperature.  

For more reviews and photos, visit my food blog!

Pray, Eat and Love.
Cheers,
The Food Scout
www.thefoodscout.net

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Jasper T.
3.0 Stars

Gyoza tasted like Gyoza, nothing special about it. Ramen was Ok, nothing to rave about. If I'm craving for ramen, this place might not be part of the list.

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Ben K.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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原田 G.
4.0 Stars

They got the best Tonkotsu Ramen so far 128523128525

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Pepper B.
4.0 Stars

Been wanting to try them, so we decided to have our Saturday lunch eating Ramen.. 128513 ordered their best seller Tonkotsu Ramen, the broth was milky and light but really flavorful.. chasu was thinly sliced and the noodles was firm..we also tried their gyoza and it was ok.. The maki was good tho...128522. Price is lower than Nagi and Ippudo,

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レロン テ.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Tina L.
4.0 Stars

I usually stay away from Shaw Blvd, especially on Saturdays, as traffic was always bad.  But we wanted to try this ramen place which apparently has been open for more than a year already.

The verdict?  We enjoyed the ramen, definitely good firm (al dente) noodles, similar to those of authentic Japanese ramen.  The broth was great and tasty, although still wouldn't meet the standards of the ramen houses in Japan.  We ordered the spicy miso broth and I tried the tonkotsu based broth and I liked both.  As with authentic ramen houses, you can order additional sides like the Japanese eggs and the bamboo shoots, among others.

Gyoza was yummy, would rate it one of my top 5 so far that I've tried in Manila's Japanese restaurants.  Curry was ok, much like authentic Japanese curries that I've tried. Tempura Maki sushi rolls were ok.  I love the crunch when you bite into the sushi rolls.

The only disappointed I have is the tempura.  It's more like the Filipino camaron than anything else, shrimps were ok, but no crunch at all and too oily.  If it used the same crunchy batter as the sushi rolls, it would still be ok.  But of course, the real panko bread crumbs will be best.

Service was ok and quick, staff are well trained.  The owner is seen helping out as well on the restaurant floor which is a good sign.  Parking is available in the complex.

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原田 G.
4.0 Stars

Best Tonkotsu Ramen in town

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Butch G.
5.0 Stars

Our
Go to
Place for Ramen without going to makati. We have also claimed several ramen bowls from filled
Cards. Can"t complain!

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Wennifer C.
3.0 Stars

Ramen is quite good, but nothing comparable to Yushoken's ramen. The one thing that turned me off is the ventilation and heat. Why is it so hot here? It's not comfortable anymore.

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Hannah N.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Rey C.
3.0 Stars

Their ramen was just ok.

Not the type that you'd be looking for all the time, it's just-when-you're-in-the-area-and-not-sure-where-else-to-eat, type of place. 128517

The broth was just fine, the flavor was there. 128563
The noodles was ok, it had bite.
But the chashu was hard and tasteless.
The Gyoza was yummy enough though. 128521

The service was great, they were attentive enough to see when I was about to finish my drink and ask if I want some more.

Will come back, when-i'm-in-the-area-and-not-sure-where-else-to-go-for-ramen. 128513128521

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