Taisho Ramen

G/F SM Light Mall, EDSA cor. Madison St., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Taisho Ramen
3.9
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7 Reviewers

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  • 4 stars 3
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 9 Reviews
  • 1 Recommend
  • 7 Reviewers
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Michelle A.
5.0 Stars
3

I loved it.

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Michelle A.
5.0 Stars
3

I loved it.

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Michelle A.
5.0 Stars
5

I loved it.

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Cel C.
4.0 Stars
6

I'm a ramen girl. That's why it's been bugging me that I haven't tried this place at Light Mall since I just live behind the mall. This day, I get to try their ramen, finally in the mood to spend P325 for a bowl of soup.

They have different options for the ramen but they only differ from the 4th topping. They all have the same tonkotsu soup base, boiled egg, onion leeks, and chashu (pork slices). I got the one with Takana. Takana is pickled mustard leaves. The takana added a nice texture to the broth and has that mild spicy kick. A bit crunchy too. I like it. Noodles is thin and cooked just right for me. It might bother you if prefer it hard. The broth is a bit bitin for me. BF and I are opposites when it comes to our fave part of the ramen. I love the broth while he loves the noodles + toppings. Sometimes we exchange bowls for the leftovers! Hehe. This time though, no leftovers for me. Not sure if I'm just hungry or their serving is a bit smaller than the other ramen places. I usually have leftover noodles at Ippudo or Ikkoryu. Green drink is actually wheatgrass. It doesn't have honey though kaya matabang but I got it for the health benefit naman.

Place is not crowded. I was the only one coming in at 6pm on a Monday. By the time I left, only 3 tables were occupied. I think their price is about P50-P75 cheaper than Ippudo (which is still the best ramen place for me). I liked my experience here overall since I hate crowded places. And the ramen is good enough to satisfy for when I'm craving for it.

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Michael R.
4.0 Stars
2

Taisho ramen lives to their promise... :) ramen was really great. photo taken on ther first week openning in SM light. kani salad is also a must

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Luisa E.
4.0 Stars

I ate the kimuchi (kimchi) ramen and it was good. I find it better than ikkoryu Fukuoka ramen.

I will definitely be back for the yummy broth and decent soft chashu. It's my go to place for intense ramen craving on a low budget.

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Cherry P.
2.0 Stars

Tried out their bestseller hakata ramen. If that was their bestseller, then they're in big trouble. Funky tasting soup and overcooked noodles

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Franz D.
3.0 Stars

Taisho Ramen and Teppanyaki House recently opened near my work place and my co worker and I tried it during their opening day. The interiors of the store was nice, and everyone shouts the good old Japanese Greeting as a customer enters or leaves the store. I had the Tonkotsu Ramen, and I like the broth, it was flavorful, the meat was tender and the egg was just right. Though I find the noodles a bit thin, but either way, it was a great try for Ramen. 10084

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KB S.
5.0 Stars

Price: 600-900
Serving: 2

Very friendly customer service and their ramen is too big! Did not manage to finish eating it but very delicious. I forgot what we ordered but their ramen ranges from P 300 to P 350.

Food: 5 out of 5
Customer service: 5 out of 5
Overall: 5 out of 5

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