Tampopo

UG/F Bonifacio High Street Central, 7th Ave. cor. 28th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Tampopo
3.6
3.5 Stars

31 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 4
  • 4 stars 19
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 3
  • 1 star 2
  • 33 Reviews
  • 70 Recommend
  • 31 Reviewers
Category:
Japanese
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 11:00p
Phone
+639178933218

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Kids Menu:
No
Delivery:
No
Take Out:
Yes
Outdoor Seating:
No
Ambience:
Casual
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Waiter Service:
Yes
Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

Gianne C.
4.0 Stars

We treated ourselves to a Japanese dinner after a quite stretchy yoga session. We also had to walk from 9th street to 7th street and yet by time we really felt so hungry already. We've burned out some calories so it's time to refuel! Gyoza, ramen and katsudon were our picks. Didn't realize these were too much! 128518

I felt full already before finishing our ramen and thought we wouldn't be able to finish the katsudon anymore. But we did. The key? Don't focus too much on finishing everything. Keep calm and chat on with your friends. Feed on some food while you do. Eventually you'll get through 128521! Although don't force yourself if you think it's not possible. Okay?

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Jackie S.
4.0 Stars

Tampopo came it a bit late in the Ramen and Katsu craze, but their food is actually good.

It like their Cheese Layer cutlet, it's pork Tonkatsu with a layer of cheese filling at the center. It's served with miso soup, rice (unlimited) and fruits. You also have the option to order it ala carte.

For their ramen, the Deluxe Tampopo Black Pig Shabu is their best seller. 128512

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Divine C.
1.0 Stars

This is a resto which has ramen and tonkatsu as their specialty. But if you have been to ramen Nagi, ippudo, kichitora, ukkokei, santouka or ikkoryu, then I must say you have been to better ramen places. The broth was forgettable (tried 3 different ones).

And also the tonkatsu. I ordered the premium pork they call black pig and it's nothing compared to the tonkatsu of yabu or saboten (and I'm not even comparing to kurobota pork because for me the regular non-premium pork is good enough). The black pig was not soft. Taste wasn't good either. The breading was a fail, like they used old oil. And the breadcrumbs - it just wasn't done right like they do it at saboten and yabu

Service was good though. But will never go back. My mom, sister and husband also share the same opinion.

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Jennifer N.
4.0 Stars

I ordered the Tampopo tonkatsu ramen which was pretty good - noodles were nicely chewy, almost the al dente quality I usually like in my noodles. The broth was rich and hot and satisfying. The serving size was huge - I couldn't finish it!

More than the food, I enjoyed the service when I went. I was with my huge dog (half Rottweiler, what do you expect?) and the waiter was kind enough to provide water in my dog's bowl (I normally bring water for her but it was a warm day and I ran out). Most other wait staff in any restaurant are wary of dogs especially one as big as mine, but this guy (I'm so sorry I forgot his name!! Huhu) was so warm and friendly and accommodating and not afraid at all to be near my dog. It made my day. Especially since guarding a huge dog by yourself while you try to eat can be a difficult experience.

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Elaiza E.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Elaiza E.
4.0 Stars

Tampopo's Sui Gyoza
6pcs. P150.00

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Mei O.
4.0 Stars

Sapporo Miso Ramen. Okay. I'm seriously confused now. Either all of the ramens are really salty or I forgot to take notes on them. They know how to cook the eggs properly and I suggest you take the ramen with katsu set instead of just ramen. Why? I think it's not worth the 400-peso price tag. I liked the ramen, nonetheless. It was not spicy though.

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Jericho Konrad U.
2.0 Stars

Nakakatampo ang Tampopo.. 128530

Ordered the following:

Sui Gyoza - 150
Pwede na.

Cheese Layer Set - 460
Masarap na din.

Pork Loin Set - 410
Meh. The pork was not that tender. Medyo ma litid pa yung ibang parts.

Verdict: Pricey. I'd still rather go to Yabu for katsu.

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Kacey T.
4.0 Stars

Hakodate ramen and their tonkatsu are super

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thecoolinspector P.
2.0 Stars

Bad service! We are seated outside and no one is attending to us. They are not even at full capacity. What happened to you Tampopo?

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Maye D.
4.0 Stars

We felt like eating ramen as we celebrate my brother's birthday so we landed here upon much deliberation. I've always wanted to try this and see for myself if it's just another overrated ramen place that's swarmed only because it's new.

I wasn't disappointed with our visit. We ordered two chili ramen bowls: Tampopo Black Pig Shabu Ramen
and Sapporo Negi Chili Miso Ramen (both big enough to share). I can't question the spicyness as it met, if not exceeded my expectations. Having a Bicolana palate, my threshold for spicy food is really high so I'm happy that they have authentic spicy ramen. 127836128293 We also ordered Chicken Cutlets, which tasted like Yabu's chicken katsu but more expensive, and Sui Gyoza, which I didn't get to taste, sadly.

The place is cozy, gives you that casual Japanese dining feels. Food and service were great but the quest for the best ramen place continues! So far, Ramen Nagi still has my heart. 128155

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Ciox L.
2.0 Stars

Tried their Original Kyushu Ramen and Premium Loin Katsu set. It was not that bad but it wasn't good enough either. I would say it was a bit underwhelming. I've tasted better at almost half the price. 128529

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April V.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Andro U.
4.0 Stars

If you are confused between having ramen or katsu, tampopo is the answer.

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Andrei d.
4.0 Stars

Well this take on Tonkantsu's interesting - spicy caviar in pork tonkatsu. Yum. :) Just like most Tonkatsu places, there are cabbages and rice refills. But unlike most, they offer more than Tonkatsu - they extend to yummy ramen too.

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Vince S.
4.0 Stars

Black Pig Ramen is the best seller

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Kathleen Anne D.
4.0 Stars

My best friend loves ramen, while I am more preferential towards katsu and rice. Tampopo marries both of these trendy Jap dishes, so my bff and I never have to fight over whether to eat at Ukkokei or Yabu again. 128514 While my bff thought their ramen was decent but still inferior to her usual ramen favorites, I thought their katsu could hold their own against katsu bigwigs Yabu and Saboten.

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Trinks T.
5.0 Stars

I don't order ramen here. Their chicken karaage paired with cold sesame noodle is the best!

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Kindred P.
3.0 Stars

Ordered Chicken Katsu Set:
• 125g chicken
• 1 soup bowl
• Refillable rice and cabbage
• Fruit plate (watermelons)

Liked it but there's nothing to rave about. It's an OK katsu place if you work in the area or if you're too hungry to walk all the way to Saboten (Serendra) or Yabu (SM Aura).

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May Anne T.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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