Ramen-Ya

Aguirre Ave., BF Homes, Parañaque, Metro Manila

Ramen-Ya
4.2
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9 Reviewers

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Ramen or Noodle

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Ian P.
4.0 Stars
2

My entire family had a quick vacation to Japan but sadly the wife and I couldn't go because of some prior commitments. Feeling left out we decided to have our own Japanese feast!
We were craving ramen and saw this place on looloo so we decided to give it a try.
We ordered gyoza and the special ramen and the garlic ramen. We were quite surprised that the ramen was actually very good. Definitely not as rich compares to yushoken but equally as fulfilling. The best part was the price... 2 ramens and gyoza for 400 bucks! Awesome!

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Tina B.
3.0 Stars
2

I thought it was OK.

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Patrick B.
4.0 Stars

No photo for this one since it was late already. 128517

Went here for a quick late night snack. Not a lot of people were there so it was easy to park.

It's alfresco dining with very strong ceiling fans that will blow your hair while eating. But I guess that's better than drenching with sweat. 128517

Ordered regular ramen and gyoza. I'm not really expecting anything since it's cheap. 120 pesos for the ramen and 80 pesos for gyoza.

The great thing about the ramen is that it doesn't taste like cup noodles. The noodles are kinda same with other ramen shops. The broth was also flavorful. The ramen came with small thin slices of grilled pork which was not hard to eat. It's filling too. Sulit for your 120 pesos.

Gyoza was ok. Nothing really special and they're kinda thin and small. They're also deep fried.

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Jacqui T.
4.0 Stars

Late night and you’re craving for a ramen? Try this place… Not sure if they open 24 hrs, but we went here around 11PM and 4am and they happily served us hot and yummy noodles.

I took their garlic ramen (120 pesos) and it was filling, though not as flavorful as compared to the other expensive ramen so you must limit your expectations.

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Erick B.
5.0 Stars

Late dinner and I'm glad this place is still open. Tried their kuromayu miso ramen and it was delicious. It's black garlic oil with miso. So flavorful. Not as milky as other more expensive miso ramen out there but for only P160 it's a great deal.

This will be our default place for affordable ramen.

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Paolo S.
5.0 Stars

Arrived in the south one evening really late being #APECtado by the #APECfail traffic.. smh... and i was hungry!

At 1am in the morning, Ramen-Ya was one of the limited choices left. Being in the mood for something cheap and Japanese, i couldn't say no.

This time i tried the cold ramen and the okonomiyaki. I gotta say the okonomiyaki was a hot mess, fell apart, no layering of ingredients, and was an oily fried mish mash of everything. BUT for P100... this is 5 star stuff! It actually tasted great for the price and wasn't small at all. I didnt care anymore if it was oily and didnt hold together. So what... it was delicious at a hundred freakin bucks. And that deep fried/burnt part at the bottom (tutong?) was the best! So yeah, what is this hot mess??? 128514

The cold ramen at P160 was a steal too! The sauce was a little on the sour/vinegar-y side but hey, i aint complaining. 128077128077128077

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Sheryl Anne B.
5.0 Stars

P120 ramen, my friends! Pwede na! Had a quick chat with one of the servers here, he said na authentic miso soup from Japan yung soup base. Ozuuuum. 128516

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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars

Authentic ramen at P140... what. a. steal! Temper your expectations and you'll see that there's more to the P140 price tag. I wouldn't say this is gourmet-level ramen, but again at P140 (I can't emphasize this enough), this is pretty darn good!

Just a little background after speaking with the cook:
- Owner is a Japanese man from Tahanan who used to run a club around the BF wet market area
- He makes the broth himself and its a recipe he'd never share. Owners of a popular and larger ramen place nearby ate at Ramen-Ya and even tried to extract the recipe from the cook 128540
- Noodles are made by a Korean friend of the owner's
- Their first and other branch is in the BF Ruins

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Noelle A.
4.0 Stars

Ramen is good & cheap. The place is open until 3AM. 128077🏻

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Troy P.
4.0 Stars

Under this blistering heat of summer, eating a ramen could be a bad idea. But maybe not in Ramen Ya.

We ordered their Special ramen and Cold ramen. Mind you that they only have four items on the menu. Regular and Special Ramen, Gyoza and Cold Ramen which usually cost P140 to P160 each.

Their Special ramen is just ok. The broth is tasty and theres big portions of meat. But what blown me away was their Cold Ramen. It was SURPRISINGLY delicious! See photo above. 128077🏼

This used to be a tapsi place in Aguirre ave but now with a new owner they turned this place to a ramen joint. Even if this is located in Aguirre ave, the place is easy to miss when you pass by. You know its Ramen Ya when you see al fresco place with fully decorated japanese lanterns. 127982127982127982

Pros: Affordable ramen. Enough parking space.

Cons: Food sanitation might be questionable. (May maxicare nmn ako!) 128514

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