Wrong Ramen

Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Wrong Ramen
4.0
4.0 Stars

360 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 126
  • 4 stars 146
  • 3 stars 68
  • 2 stars 17
  • 1 star 3
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Category:
Ramen or Noodle
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 12:00a
Phone
+6328238249

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

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

Most Recent Reviews

Joseph C.
3.0 Stars
2

Tough to manage expectations on ramen when you have tried good ones.

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Anton M.
5.0 Stars
6

Been wanting to try this since a lifetime ago. I don’t know why we only tried it just now. Loved everything about it. Superb instrumental music, food, ambiance, interiors. Had to get myself a shirt despite being ridiculously priced. Brother also got the lapel pin. Love the artwork and the humor scattered around the restaurant.

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Love B.
5.0 Stars
2

my go-to place second to Ramen Nagi whenever I crave for ramen. Their Krusty's funeral is the best for me! the whole soft shell crab is placed on top and the soup is made with coconut milk, crab fat, cilantro and chilis. YAS 10084️ their tantanmen is good as well. I havent tried their FU ramen yet which has bacons and eggs because everytime I go here, I am loyal to my Krabb. thats foshow.

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Cindy S.
4.0 Stars
2

One rainy evening, I dragged Norman Lester T to have dinner at Wrong Ramen in Forbestown, BGC because I was craving for ramen that time for no particular reason. It’s actually my first time to try ‘em despite it being so conveniently close to our workplace.

I had their FU Ramen (480php) while Norman Lester T ordered the Tantanmen (425php).

FU Ramen consists of crispy bacon strips, spam, crispy fried egg, parmesan. Mga medyo masama sa kalusugan nasa ramen na ‘to. But I loved it! 128514 There were all sorts of different flavors going on with this one. The broth was rich, thick and a bit salty. I also tried the Tantanmen, it was creamy, spicy and kinda tasted like laksa. I would’ve preferred the Tantanmen for myself it it wasn’t too spicy. FU Ramen was good but I had a hard time finishing it.

The place is dark but with sleek interiors. Also, food’s quite pricey. FU Ramen alone set me back around 500php plus service charge. Going to Wrong Ramen is a “treat yo’ self” kind of dinner. 128514

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Marc M.
5.0 Stars
4

It has been a while Wrong Ramen!
I was feeling a bit up to it so I went for FU Ramen aka the Breakfast Ramen. For some reason I always can't finish up this particular bowl of ramen. Probably because it becomes more salty towards the end of the bowl. This time is different.

I discovered that their Gyoza is quite unique. For one it is fried but l what's notable is it's sauce's citrus-y flavor that I can only deduct as Tamarind. For me it became a perfect palate cleanser for when the ramen can be a bit cloying. Hence, leading me to finish off the entire bowl this time. 128525

127836FU Ramen! Fried Egg, Grilled Spam, Bacon Strips, with Parmesan on the side 128525 Breakfast indeed! Lalo na ng mga lasing at may hangover 128514. Definitely still holds a place in my Best Ramen List 128525

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Kyla B.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Triggerhappyfoodie C.
4.0 Stars
4

After a work thing in the fort and hitting up the S&R sale last Saturday night, we were starving. We didn't feel like going too far and pulled into an empty parking spot as soon as we saw it.

We walked along Burgos circle and most of the places we wanted to dine at were dimly lit. It was drinking time after all. We were intrigued by Wrong Ramen and I've been meaning to try this place for the longest time.

We seated ourselves at one of the cubicles at the first floor. Place is pretty tight and you will unintentionally eavesdrop on your seatmates' convos.

On the table
🔹Chicken Akuma aka spicy fried boneless chicken in buffalo sauce. It was nicely plated and the sesame seeds went well with the dish. I had a feeling it was extremely spicy so I chose to taste the Ramens first. The chicken was juicy with a crunchy skin. It was salty, sour and spicy. It killed my tastebuds and I had goosebumps. The heat travelled from my mouth to my tummy and I had to request for sugar to ease the discomfort even after gulping down some Coke.
🔹Tonkotsu Rich - we loved the thinly sliced pork, flavorful broth and all the ingredients that went into the huge serving. I would get this again next time.
🔹Tantanmen - it was great that the bowls of ramen had different flavor profiles. This was creamier and spicier. It reminded me of Laksa.

Hubby loved everything. I would have to order the mildly spiced dishes next time. We enjoyed the overall feel of the place.

*they stop serving alcoholic beverages at around 10pm

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JC T.
4.0 Stars
5

It's a great date spot. Intimate (especially during night time). The place is very 'self-aware' in that it strays away from your typical Ramen house, it has pretty funny pictures and design choices within. One even inviting you to book their restaurant to celebrate your next CIRCUMCISION! Hilarious!

The ramen was good, the broth was spectacular in both bowls that we got. However in the 'FU' ramen, the ingredients were alright tasting. Not bad. But not memorable. But the broth was on point!

Clean, very modern, swanky (if you will) place. Lost a star because of the toilet seat basically falling off it's hinges and also for one of the Ramen bowls we ordered as being good, but not memorable.

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Ruth S.
4.0 Stars
5

Last valentine's day, we decided to have dinner here. I remember 3 years ago, I first had my first bowl of ramen here at Wrong Ramen on valentine's day, as well. Thank you Wrong Ramen for introducing me to ramen in a wrong but yummy way. 128155

KRUSTY'S FUNERAL - soft shell crab, crab fat, coconut milk, cilantro, and chilis. 127836 GRABE ANG SARAP!!!!! The broth was super rich and oh so flavorful. It was really goooood! First time trying a soft shell crab and WOW! Why only now, Ruth??? 128557 Not sure why it's called Krusty's Funeral but whatever the reason is, it's a happy kind of funeral. All crabs will be celebrating because this one is a really yummy bowl of ramen! Ordered egg because ramens are so much better w egg! Right, right? 128155

CHASHU RICE ROLL - since the ramen was too rich already, decided to order something light and "healthy". This is my favorite! I usually order this whenever I want something light for lunch. Plus it's super mura! 128521

Btw, they have an entirely new menu right now and everything is so interesting that I am already planning my next visit!!! 128518128541

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Abe C.
5.0 Stars
5

I'm glad Wrong Ramen kept their FU Ramen, despite rumors that either this or the Communist would be phased out while they added 2 or 3 new flavors to their modern, irreverent takes on ramen. Glad they changed their minds on that. (though I'm still waiting for them to put back the Bacon and Cheese katsu side dish or appetizer that I absolutely love; alas, it's still phased out).

Their new interiors are pretty sweet, with enhanced accents and wall decor. Take this first photo with the devil.

I hadn't tried their FU Ramen in years, the first time I tried Wrong Ramen (and they didn't have bacon then, so you could say this is the first time I tried the complete FU Ramen), btw.

I requested them to deep fry and "crispify" the bacon. Usually they fry part of the bacon serving and grill the other part. Glad they were open to the modification. I didn't want soggy bacon so I also asked them to serve it on the side so I can place it myself. This is garlicky broth, salty savory goodness. American breakfast (bacon, eggs, spam) meets Japanese tradition (Ramen). Not for the faint of heart (nor cholesterol). Rating 5/5

Tip if you want to try their awesome traditional take on Tonkotsu. If you like rich, get the original, if you like it less rich, order the light version (which I don't like). Oddly they put a lot of raw onions so I'd ask them to hold them onions.

I also tried their take on the Vietnamese fresh spring roll. Ugh, not a great order. I'd reco Wrong Ramen try the fried ones instead of this. 3/5

Still one of my hood's go to restos, rainy day or not. Glad that the Tasteless Group maintained and even renovated this one off resto.

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Unisse C.
4.0 Stars
3

My friend and I had plans to try Hey Handsome but didn't expect they were so full and couldn't fit 2 pax anymore! 128563 It really is popular. So we then went over to Burgos Circle for some ramen instead.

128037 Chicken Akuma • Php 245
Chicken karaage coated with asian buffalo sauce // very spicy for me and since it's a buffalo sauce, a bit sour. The chicken was quite tender and juicy! 128077🏼

127836 The Communist • Php 395
I got this Chinese hotpot inspired ramen which I absolutely love! I can't tell if I'm eating ramen or hotpot! The fusion of this is wonderful! Definitely my fave here so far. 10084️ The chashu slice was alright, not too thin and not that thick either.

127836 F.U. Ramen • Php 425
My friend got this and just looking at it overwhelmed me! Spam, bacon, sunny side up egg and cheese in ramen?? It seemed so wrong and yet it seemed to work. Although it became a bit too heavy to finish... 128517 All that oil 128514 Probably not something I'd get for myself, but for sharing or just to taste.

The restaurant itself is quite small. They have 2 floors and have more seating on the second floor. They have booths for people dining alone and dining in pairs. The dividers aren't high enough to block off those beside you but does give a sense of semi-privacy.

What caught our attention were the banners above the solo booths! They had words like TRAITOR, HARLOT, UGLY and others! Hahahaha! It was amusing. 128514

Overall, I think Wrong Ramen isn't a bad choice. Hahaha! It's actually the right choice! 128541 (Ok, I'm forcing it. I will end my review here.)

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Bel S.
5.0 Stars
3

It's been awhile since I ate here but the tantanmen was still as yummy as I remember it. A bit pricier than the average Php350 range though. The spicy gyoza was something we hadn't tried so we ordered it. Crunchy and crispy on the outside with a nice kick of that XO sauce. Nice and effective differentiator.

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Marc M.
5.0 Stars

It's been a long day without you my friend... 128514
Haven't been to Wrong Ramen since they didn't allow street parking right in front. Medyo tamad maglakad... 128513

Wrong Ramen's TanTanMen ang laging takbuhan ko noon for my late night Ramen Fix since they close late. It's great to note that nothing has changed. It's still the same creamy, nutty, spicy ramen that I have always loved. 128525

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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars
10

Wrong Ramen's backkkkkkk~

They've returned from a short hiatus with the same slurp inducing ramen and a revamped menu! Most of the old favorites are still there like the FU Ramen, the spicy Communist, the red tamagoyaki, and the chashu vietnamese spring rolls.

New items include the hot junk ramen, which was very Korean ramyeon inspired with its spicy red broth, rice cakes, kimchi, cheese, and spam. Bias aside, or maybe not 128540, this is probably my new favorite on the menu. Second would be the Communist. Props as well to the Chicken Raijin, their delightful spin on chicken kaarage. 128076

I noticed one thing missing though... what happened to the crispy pata from the old menu? 128546

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Angel U.
3.0 Stars
3

This place basically the fushion style of traditional Japanese ramen, if you can accept modernize style then you will like this place, the taste is good, acceptable but some peoples next to us been mentioned "what kind of ramen is this" in my heart just smiling, well welcome to Wrong Ramen hahaha

p.s. They close for renovation from last week

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Ig Plummer S.
5.0 Stars

My very first ramen and they didn't disappoint me. I tried their tantanmen ramen so whenever I go to ramen houses I order tantanmen or any tantanmen like ramen in their menu.

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Abe C.
3.0 Stars
2

Trying out Wrong Ramen's newest concoction, Hot Junk! Korean inspired kimchi broth with crunchy Spam strips, sausage and what appears to be luncheon meat bits (they hadn't updated their menu yet so only the waiters will tell you about it). They also have another new ramen in Laksa (coconut based broth) with tempura on top.

I think it's overdue for Wrong Ramen to update its menu. While the resto retains a degree of popularity, it does need to have new featured ramen's once in a while (like how Ramen Nagi does it), so this is good for Wrong Ramen!!! Btw, its owners also operate one of my top 3 ramen places, Hanamaruken which is Osaka originated ramen. On the negative side, they phased out some dishes with bacon, like the FU Ramen & Bacon Cheese Katsu (dang), plus the Ossam Crispy Pata. I like the former two dishes pa naman. 128546

I liked the kimchi style of Hot Junk. Spicy, not too spicy like The Communist, with a tiny note sweetness and only slight sourness. Not like the fermented / aged taste you're used to, but elements of it, including the cabbage, are present. The processed meat use was what got me interested, actually. 128513128514128523 lol. 3.5/5

The Red Cow Tamagoyaki is corned beef in shitake mushroom egg roll. I was interested in this as an alternative to the phased out (or temporarily available), but I didn't read the egg part or disregarded it. Ugh. Too much egg, too little corned beef. Malakas lasa ng egg so it needs more corned beef to balance the taste. They also changed up the presentation to use tempura sauce instead of the mayo drizzle. But overall, it fell below my expectations. 2/5

Looking at its interiors, I like the irreverence and humor of Wrong Ramen's decor, but it could use some updates and new design enhancements here and there, along with their new menu which has yet to be even featured in a tent card or poster. Service was not as great as before, just average today.

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Clarissa P.
5.0 Stars
2

There are a lot of Ramen places in the Metro but when we are in BGC, hubby would always go for Wrong Ramen. Maybe it’s because of the extra noodles or maybe just because of the proximity to his office. So, dinner on a weekday for the two of us in Burgos Circle meant Wrong Ramen.

Seriously, the simplicity of this place and its menu keeps it alive. It’s one of those pioneers that do not claim to be authentic or the real thing.

We got our staples for a no fuss quick dinner –

Tonkotsu Rich with extra egg and extra noodles on the side – This is their signature Ramen. The broth had this milky richness in it. The pork flavor was outstanding. I love the noodles here. They’re one of the best, I must say. Thin but firm, I like that they don’t get too soft even after being soaked in the broth for a long time. The chasu slices had enough fat trimmings too.

Chashu Rice Rolls – always the perfect starters! Love the fresh and crisp greens surrounding the shredded chashu with carrot and cucumber slices, all wrapped in rice paper. The crunch and the freshness are unforgettable and our Wrong Ramen experience will never be complete without an order of this.

For the first time, hubby tried their Korean Rice Milk for his beverage and he didn’t like it lol I didn’t bother trying coz he’s the type who would finish his drink at once if he liked it but when he took a sip of this, it was a short one. He almost didn’t touch his drink until it was time to go and he was forced to still drink it just because it was “sayang.” He said it was too sweet.

Aside from the Korean Rice Milk, all was good during this visit. Still coming back for more!

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Athina Janelle U.
4.0 Stars

Ordered The Communist, Rich tonkotsu, rice rolls and poop for dessert. For our drinks, we had the korean rice milk.

Ramen tastes good. For me the communist has a "unique edge" when compared to the Tonkotsu.

Rice rolls reminds me of the Vietnamese fresh rolls. It was good!

Poop seems weird at first, Belgian chocolate with olive oil and a bit of saltiness. After 2 small scoops, I kinda got used to it. I appreciate the "contrasting" tastes that it gives.

Korean rice milk reminds me of toasted rice washed with water. True enough, dun nga daw sya gawa. I like it though, it tastes "Asian". Haha.

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Ian V.
5.0 Stars

We ordered the Tonkotsu and the FU Ramen. The tonkotsu was great but didn't stand out against other tonkotsu ramen from other ramen places. But let me talk about their FU Ramen. So I was thinking... Bacon. Fried Egg. In. Ramen. Right? Who the eff does that? I thought "this is going to be sooooo bad." But boy was I wrong. That ramen was divine. Very flavorful. And the bacon elevated the flavor giving it that kick of flavor you wouldn't really expect from ramen. Definitely going to go back for more. 128516

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