Tamagoya Noodle House

2 Soliven Ave., Antipolo, Rizal

Tamagoya Noodle House
4.2
4.0 Stars

181 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 77
  • 4 stars 75
  • 3 stars 19
  • 2 stars 9
  • 1 star 1
  • 209 Reviews
  • 619 Recommend
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Category:
Ramen or Noodle
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 2:00p
Phone
+6328618631

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 5:00p - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 5:00p - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 5:00p - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 5:00p - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 5:00p - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 5:00p - 9:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Mae A.
4.0 Stars
2

This was after our hike (more details on that soon 128521). I was really looking forward to their Hokkaido Chicken. I even bragged to my buddies how good it was. Sadly, it was unavailable. So we tried their Karaage instead which was good. I paired it with their Miso Ramen. The ramen was very light in terms of its broth and overall flavor.

I would still go for their Hokkaido Chicken anytime. Hihihi 128522

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Myzyl C.
4.0 Stars

Came here for a hearty bowl of ramen after a tiring hike around Masungi Georeserve. I ordered their miso ramen and it was good. It isn't as salty as other miso ramen I've tried but maybe not also as flavorful. But the serving is really big for a favorable price. Their karaage is good too. 127836

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Kyla B.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Kyla B.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Reich T.
4.0 Stars
2

I've been hearing good stuff about Tamagoya.  This is highly recommended by CMA.  We made plans swing by,  rescheduled a couple of times due to parking challenges and just plain laziness.  One Sunday morning,  i blurted out,  let's have lunch at Tamagoya.  So here we are.  Success rate for spur of the moment stuff is at 99%

Tamagoya Noodle House is quite a travel for the non-Marikina dwellers.  One has to endure traffic and pollution to get here.  Not to mention the limited parking spaces.

Upon entry,  it felt like i was transported to Japan.  It sort of reminds me of the Dojo in Samurai X.   Wood is predominant, decor is traditional.  The overall ambience of the place adds to the Ramen experience. Prices are reasonable compared to ze other Ramen joints. 

He said that the servings are huge so we decided to share one bowl of Stamina Ramen and Chicken Karaage.

| Stamina Ramen php 198. Noodles with chili miso paste soup.  A big bowl of steaming ramen was served,  and yes,  this can be shared by two people.  The broth is flavorful,  miso base with the subtle kick of chili.  My only beef is that the noodles is mediocre compared with ze other ramen joints.  I've enjoyed my ramen nonetheless

| Chicken Karaage.  Php 168. It comes with shredded cabbage topped with Japanese mayo and a slice of lemon for a lil zing.  I forgot about the veggies after I took my first bite.  Gah!  This is by far the best karaage I've ever had.  Crispy on the outside and juicy on this  inside.  I completely ignored the dipping sauce,  yes the chicken is that good.  You can munch on em san the condiments. The only issue i have is that...how come they dont sell this by the bucket.

We had a satisfying meal at Tamagoya and we paid less than php 400.   Now if that doesn't sound like a deal,  then i must be going bonkers.

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Jorelle F.
5.0 Stars

Gloomy weather calls for a nice hot ramen 128523128523
Been eyeing this for ages now, hahaha. Actually, ever since I read JP G's review I've been sooo curious what it tastes like. For that stingy price, masarap kaya? Masyadong mura compared to others. Well well well... I wasn't disappointed at all.
I had Tamagoya Ramen and yaki-gyoza. Not bad.....rich flavored soup plus thick noodles oooohhhlalala. My kind of ramen. I also tried my friend's Stamina Ramen, mas masarap! Hahhaa. If you like some kick of spicy-ness go with stamina ramen. 128139128139

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Odi L.
4.0 Stars

Yummy Ramen, and very affordable too!

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Monica S.
3.0 Stars

Lilac near SSS in Marikina City is another food destination for foodies, hungry people all the time.

It is Marikina City's version of Maginhawa's food haven in Quezon City and I can say that it has been extremely promising and developing throughout the months.

From what used to be little number of establishments in the area, now, it has grown into a place wherein you will actually find it hard to decide where to eat already.

Amongst the ones that I like in Lilac are Cookie Mug where they do have good desserts; Manila Wings that do serve uniquely flavored chicken wings; and Mogu Tree Noodle House that serves yummy laksa and other noodles.

In this list, another restaurant that I would like to add is Tamagoya Noodle House. Tamagoya Noodle House is actually found at the far most entrance area leading to Lilac Street. You can instantly see it with the huge name signage that it has.

Upon entering, you will see that the place is very much Japanese and Korean inspired when it comes to the designs, interiors, and set-up.

The first level of the restaurant is quite small and very tight if there are already a lot of customers inside. If they could only expand the area to occupy more customers that will be better.

The second level of the restaurant is quite bigger and can accommodate more customers. The tables and chairs are wooden, rectangular and similar, making it look aligned with each other.

We ordered their Karaage Don and Ma-Bo Ramen and both items were good and tasty.

The Karaage Don was crispy, tasty and juicy too. Loved how the rice was served generously and thus, it was extra filling and fulling. The ramen was a bit spicy but I enjoyed it anyway.

Tamagoya Noodle House is a good restaurant to check out if you want some noodles and some Japanese items.

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Roselle C.
2.0 Stars
2

Maybe it's just me? But I don't like their ramen. I forgot what I ordered but its the spicy one. Ang layo, super layo sa lasa ng authentic ramen. Sorry. 128532

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Erin Y.
5.0 Stars

I'm not into ramen much. But when I tried Tamagoya Noodle House for the first time, I began to appreciate ramen more. At an affordable price, you get a full bowl of ramen that will really fill your stomach. You can choose from different kinds in the menu. But no matter what you choose, you will love the combination of flavors. :)

The place may be a bit far (near Sumulong Highway), but it is worth the travel. :D

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Mae A.
5.0 Stars
2

Yes, this ramen joing gets 5 stars from me! 127775127775127775127775127775

Even though this was far from my place, the food was just delicious and very friendly on one's budget. I loved their Tori Zangi (P 168) which is a Hokkaido style fried chicken. The breading was crumbly and the meat was just juicy. Best to dip it in the sauce (mayo I think) which came with it. Their Miso Ramen (P 198) was really good. The broth was rich and the noodles were hard (just the way I like it). I know I won't be dropping by here soon 'coz of the distance. But I know I'll dine here whenever I'm in this side. It really is worth stopping by for. 128522

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ferisb L.
4.0 Stars

The first time really gave me the reason to go back to this place.

I have had the experience of trying genuine ramen in Japan, and the ramen here at Tamagoya does not pale in comparison. The noodles are rightfully firm, al dente as I like. And the broth gave justice to ramen which some noodle houses was not able to achieve. But the gyoza, I must say, proved me wrong in a good way. I am not a big fan of gyoza for the longest time but the gyoza here was some sort of an epiphany to me. They were pan fried to perfection and was just right to my liking.

Also, I really like the service here. They greet you in Tagalog in a very sweet manner. Plus you don't have to wait that long for your food that was just cooked to be served. And this is the catch, after stuffing my face with stamina ramen, yaki-gyoza, ebi fry and kara-age, my bill is just roughly over 600 pesos! Now that's value for your money.

Overall I am one happy human for knowing this place.

Review summary:
(5 127836. highest)

Food 127836127836127836127836
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Value for money 127836127836127836127836127836
Cleanliness 127836127836127836127836127836
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Ps you might be saying I raved so much about the food but I did not give 5 for the rating. That is because some of the food I like that was in the menu was not available, the onigiri to be exact 🤔

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Faith F.
4.0 Stars

Place was a little small but I think they already renovated. If there's just two of you there might not be enough place for you to hang out and just talk. The space is a little tight upon entering. But I think they have a bigger space for 4 or more people.
The staff were polite, attentive and nice.
The food is not affordable, serving is good for sharing, especially the ramen.
We ordered the following:
Yaki gyoza 128077128077128077
Spicy ramen (best ramen I ever had! Better than other more expensive ramen places) 128077128077128077128077
Yamameshi rice 128077128077
Ebi fry 128077128077128077
karaage 128077128077

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Jay R.
2.0 Stars

I disliked it.

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Hannah V.
4.0 Stars

Very Affordble and delicious. 128077🏻128077🏻128077🏻

I've heard a lot from this place but its far from my home 🙃

Finally. . .

We ordered their special Tamagoya ramen, gyoza, katsudon and yakiudon. the price are really affordable for ramens. But still the taste and ingredients are still very good.128076🏼

Service was also fast!!!

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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars

Can't spend a workday in a new place, in this case Marikina, without going out of the office and trying the food! And the first stop was Tamagoya.

My co-workers from the area highly recommended the ramen and seeing the menu, i was surprised at how relatively cheap each bowl was. Nothing went over P200! Being my first time, I had to have the tamagoya ramen. Ramen in a dark soy-based broth, chashu slices, and memna bamboo shoots. It was just your pretty basic shoyu ramen with an actually very light and soupy broth. They warned me that the smell and taste might be overpowering, but for me it was just right 128076 The egg was just a sliced hard boiled egg (not aji tamago), but hey, for P198 i'll let that pass anyday. The gyoza was decent too, as well as the ebi fry.

Couldn't help but compare with what we have in BF along Aguirre Ave. In that price range, i'm still partial to the taste and quality of mensakaba geishu's ramen (around P230~ ish) or even ramen-ya's (P120 a bowl).

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Gelyn C.
2.0 Stars

Disappointed with the quality of food and service here. Well, because the food is cheap plus the place is a bit old and tight and parking is a big issue.

But surprisingly a lot of people still queuing to dine.

Maybe the management should re-visit the quality of their food and improve it... I won't be coming back.

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Janinja V.
5.0 Stars

Not only affordable but also masarap 100841008410084. Imagine, you can eat ramen here for less than P200 and their serving is really big 128560.

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Jacque B.
5.0 Stars

My sister decided to treat us at Tamagoya and everyone were excited coz most of us haven't visited this resto.

We arrived late because of traffic and heavy rains, I just ordered Stamina Ramen, Chicken Kara age and chicken lemon.

Everything that we had were delicious and they have generous servings. Cheap as compared to other Ramen House out there.

Service is quite fast, staffs are friendly and very accommodating with some of our request.

Always full during evening of weekends so better come early.

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Tin L.
4.0 Stars

Value for money 128077🏻127836

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