Sigekiya Ramen

Commercenter Alabang, Commerce Ave. cor. Filinvest Ave., Filinvest City, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila

Sigekiya Ramen
3.6
3.5 Stars

7 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 3
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 9 Reviews
  • 8 Recommend
  • 7 Reviewers
Category:
Ramen or Noodle
Business Hours
Reopens Sun: 11:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+639175330818

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Parking:
Street, Parking Lot
Ambience:
Casual
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Maria L.
5.0 Stars

The Sigekiya Ramen & Tsukemen Ramen rock! The soup is rich and so tasty that you don't need to spice it up any further. The price is just right, too. We'll definitely come back here.

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Mae A.
3.0 Stars
2

Check out that smile on the sauce! Sadly, my experience wasn't that. I should've ordered their ramen for their non-ramens dishes seemed salty. That Potato Croquette was good though. We also had their Chahan, Karaage and Gyoza. But for some odd reason, it was salty. So sad...I gave such rave reviews on my previous visits. 128532

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Ian P.
3.0 Stars
2

Ate here with wifey and the in laws. Guess everyone wanted to try ramen in a new place so this was the obvious choice.
I had the segikiya ramen spice level 5 which is their best seller ramen while wifey had the tsukumen curry. We also got other ramen a and guides as well.
It wasn't a bad ramen not at all. Even saw a bunch of Japanese expats slurping and enjoying their ramen. I think it boils down to individual preference.
The soup was ok, shoyu broth which was quite thick w coagulated fat on the surface if the soup. Think udon style noodles. And a grilled pork belly. It was a good soup but flavor reminded me of Chinese soup. My wife's curry tsukumen was good. The Giza was great as well.
Service was excellent and the staff very friendly, courteous and professional.
Not my personal favorite but I would still recommend this place.

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Chili G.
4.0 Stars
2

Hubby has always wanted to try this place and me being a die hard yushoken fan always had my reservations. Finally gave in last week when I wasn't feeling too well and wanted some 'sabaw'.
We opted to sit outside (in the mall area) cos their indoor space looked a bit cramped. They offer different sizes for their ramen and I got a small order of the house special. Hubby tried their tsukemen.
One of their tag lines is that it's the pinoys favorite ramen in Yokohama... Now I know why.. The consistency and noodles is very much like lomi! I don't mean it in a bad way, don't get me wrong 128522 the broth is actually quite tasty and the noodles too. But I prefer to slurp my ramen so I found the broth a bit too thick. Hubby loved it though, to each his own! 128522
What I loved was their gyoza! It was super similar to the delicious gyoza we had in Korea! Tasty tasty! Maybe I'll just have the gyoza next time 128522
Worth a try, just not my cup of 'ramen' 128513

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Marc David M.
4.0 Stars
4

Medium Size Sigekiya Ramen with Spiciness Level 1.

They have 3 sizes for the Sigekiya Ramen. Small , Regular, and Medium. A bit weird that they stopped at Medium but when you see their Medium Size it is actually huge and priced at P400.

To tell the truth I had little expectations of their Ramen. From the pictures online and on the menu, the Ramen looked light. It is Shoyu based after all. But when it was served I found it to be thick with trimmed fat floating all over. Tried the soup first and it was very salty. I was taken aback because it is a large bowl and it would be a pain to consume all of it if it was that salty. 128561 So I tried the noodles this time. The strands are thick like udon noodles. In a way the thick noodles balances off the saltiness of the soup. The Chashu is thinly sliced and has a kind of weird smoky taste to it.

Service is great though! The staff are very attentive. And they will explain in detail their menu and offerings. If you have questions they will readily answer. It's good to know that they know their stuff. Plus they gave me Jelly Ace upon finishing my bowl. Para akong batang kinilig sa tuwa dahil may free. Jelly Ace lang naman 128514

I would say their Ramen to be a high 3 but because of the free Jelly Ace and attention to customers I'll make it 4. I will try their Tsukemen when I pass Alabang again. 128522

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Mae A.
4.0 Stars

Forgot the name of this rice dish but it was good! It was a good break from their ramen choices. It had a good amount of tender pork slices that might be too little for the served fried rice. This is definitely good for sharing!

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Paolo S.
2.0 Stars

I feel a bit bad giving 2 stars following the 2 raving reviews before me. 128543 Perhaps its more of the ramen not fitting into my personal preference rather than it not being delicious in general.

In fairness it was flavorful. I could REALLY taste the pork essence, though a tad too salty. But the broth was just too rich and thick for me. Gave it 2 chances, tried the ramen and then the tsukemen but got the same experience. Broth was so rich and so thick i could see dots of 'sebo' floating around. Wasnt even done with half my bowl of ramen/tsukemen and i felt the 'umay' creeping in.

Noodles were firm and absorbed the broth really well. The gyoza was okay, and the chashu sushi was good! Something different for a change, a non-seafood sushi roll. 128077

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Donna K.
4.0 Stars
2

There’s nothing like a huge bowl of ramen to warm our hearts and tummies before a movie. This place is relatively new at Commerce so we definitely wanted to try it out.

It was like any of your typical Japanese Ramen joint with the bar-style seating and very loud crew saying “irrashaimase” as you entered.

The crew definitely gets plus points for being so accommodating and actually going the extra mile to make our dinning experience better.

We ordered the Sigekiya Ramen (since it was their best seller) and a side of Gyoza. When choosing the ramen, you’re offered three sizes - small, regular, and large. The regular bowl was good enough for 2 people in my opinion, I guess if you really have a hearty appetite - the large bowl would better suit your needs. After choosing the size you then choose the level of spiciness. Maverick Christopher P loooooves spicy food and was willing to try the hottest one on the menu but the crew advised him to go with the normal heat and he can just add chili if he wants it hotter.

Overall the experience was good. I’d definitely recommend this place for anyone in the area.

We got there at a good time, there wasn’t much of a crowd, after our movie the place was filled!

Oh they have a loyalty card too, once you fill all the blocks with stamps, you get a free bowl. 127836

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Mae A.
5.0 Stars

Chasu Sushi love 128525

This is prolly my first time getting a non-seafood sushi. And this first was a goodie! I loved the pork slice as it was tender all throughout. Couple that with the mixed sauce and yeah, heaven! 9729

I also had their Tsukemen Gyokai which had fish taste. It's my first time trying out tsukemen too. I'm glad I had it at this place for it was aweessommmeeee 128523. I liked how the cold was balanced by the very hot and steaming broth. Will definitely go back to this new ramen place in town! 127836

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