Ramen Kuroda

3/F Lucky Chinatown Mall, Reina Regente St. cor. Dela Reina St., Binondo, Manila, Metro Manila

Ramen Kuroda
4.2
4.0 Stars

9 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 4
  • 4 stars 3
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 9 Reviews
  • 22 Recommend
  • 9 Reviewers
Category:
Ramen or Noodle
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 10:00p

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Unisse C.
4.0 Stars
2

I will give this place three words to summarize: SUPER CHEAP RAMEN!

But!!! It doesn't mean the taste isn't good, it's actually pretty good! I was surprised!! 128077🏼

My cousin and I had a movie date, that's how I ended up all the way at Lucky Chinatown Mall. She was the one who decided on Ramen Kuroda because she said it's one of her favorite ramen places. (Mental note to take her to eat more ramen...)

KURO RAMEN • Php 180
KURO CHASHUMEN • Php 230
Kuro means black which represents the black garlic oil they add in the rich and flavorful tonkotsu ramen broth. The ramen version has only 1 slice of chashu while the chashumen has 4 slices of chashu. It's a bit sad that the egg is halved. I really liked the flavor of this one. The garlic oil added a more robust flavor to it.

SHIRO RAMEN • Php 180
SHIRO CHASHUMEN • Php 230
Simplicity at its finest. Ramen plus their tonkotsu broth. All their ramen have the same serving sizes. 1 chashu for ramen, 4 chashu for chashumen. I tried the broth as is from my cousin and it was really good! You really get what you pay for here, maybe even a little more. 128541

The chashu for me was okay, it wasn't super tender but it wasn't all fat either. The noodles were cooked really well. 128077🏼

I wouldn't kind visiting Ramen Kuroda again for a quick ramen fix! 128518

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Salie D.
5.0 Stars
3

I was with hubby last week when we craved for snack just to fill our stomach with light but delicious meal. So we thought it'd be great to have a bowl of Ramen instead. We also bought a cup of Milk Tea which is just across this Ramen house. Nakakabusog! 128540

I suddenly remember that I have visited their branch in BF homes twice. Their I had the Bento meal with Ramen and Tempura and it used to be just below 300 pesos. I'm pretty sure, newly opened lang yata sila nun. Now their Bento meals with Ramen costs 500 pesos na. But you know, I don't remember neglecting the experience. I actually remembered it tastes good! Moreover, this Shiro Ramen we had is too affordable at 180 pesos only. All their Ramen ranges from 180-230 I think. Very much cheaper than Nagi ha. But I enjoyed it as much! Actually it's also rich and flavorful and I'm just as full and satisfied with this one especially I really cannot finish a bowl by myself! Sulit!!!

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Alexandra N.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Aldwin D.
3.0 Stars
3

3 stars
Because the food was just okey
Prices are okey
Service was good

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Jonathan L.
5.0 Stars

The ramen was amazing! Great flavors amazing place. I had the Kuro Kashumen and it was amazing! And the pork ugh just amazing as well! This place needs more recognition like Ramen Nagi! Will be back for more

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Cardel Y.
5.0 Stars

Affordable and yummy. 128077🏻 great staff too.

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Adrian L.
5.0 Stars

Ramen Kuroda serves the most affordable yet delicious bowl of Tonkotsu ramen in Manila. Whereas most restaurants price their ramen ranging from 300-450 pesos (I'm looking at you, Ramen Nagi and Ippudo), a bowl at Kuroda costs only 180 pesos - definitely a steal! They don't scrimp on the ingredients - the chashu is very tender and the broth is rich and flavorful. As if those weren't enough, they have an ongoing promo where they offer free noodle refills (just like most ramen places in Tokyo). Kudos to Kuroda for giving ramen aficionados a more pocket-friendly (but still very satisfying) alternative!

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Kirstie Mel V.
4.0 Stars

My boyfriend is very much fascinated with anything Japanese, so it has always been a habit for us to find a ramen bar when we go on dates. Aside from trying to eat with chopsticks, I also get a lesson 101 on basic Japanese words related to food, for this case. We found Ramen Kuroda when we were at Lucky Chinatown Mall last weekend. I tried their bestseller Kuro Ramen while he got the spicy one. Kuro means black. The flavor I got is good and it's enough to be eaten by a single person. Price is reasonable and when paired with gyoza, it is okay.

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Jeremy T.
4.0 Stars

One not so okay thing about being a ramen freak is that it costs a lot. I know that's relative but seriously, not everyone understands why one could spend around P300-P500 so willingly on a bowl of broth, noodles, and a couple slices of pork. With that said, i am so happy that an affordable ramen joint in manila popped into existence. Though not as premium as its more upscale counterparts (i.e. Nagi, Ippudo, or even Hokkaido Santouka and Ikkoryu Fukuoka), the kind of ramen they serve is decent considering its price point which starts at P180 ++.

As such, I did this review so that they may know that their presence is appreciated yet likewise subject to the test of time!

Ramen Kuroda, may your broth be ever so hearty, your noodles youthful, and your other dishes as delicious as the tirst couple of times I've had them - all these and more please without having to jack up your prices 128111

What I ate:
Ramen + additional Chashu slices for P50
Curry rice with chashu cutlets, potatoes, and carrots!

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