Wrong Ramen

Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Wrong Ramen
4.0
4.0 Stars

353 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 124
  • 4 stars 140
  • 3 stars 69
  • 2 stars 17
  • 1 star 3
  • 420 Reviews
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Category:
Ramen or Noodle
Business Hours
Reopens Sat: 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

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 David 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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Aye T.
5.0 Stars

I iust died.. No words.. Just.. Nom nom nom nom.. Thanks Peanut D for making me salivate on your post

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Ruth S.
3.0 Stars

Wrong Ramen with the Right People. Last friday night, my friends and I had dinner here. We were supposed to eat somewhere else but since I've been craving for ramen since last last last last week, I made a way to influence all of them to eat ramen instead. I was being a selfish hangry human being that time! 128517128539 From our meeting place, the nearest ramen place is Wrong Ramen. Good thing, none of them have tried this place. So I suggested this place! 128513128521 (Well played, Ruth!! 128526128077🏼).

Since it's friday, the whole Burgos Circle area was packed with a lot of people. Wrong Ramen was full as well but we're first in the waiting list so it was okay. After just 10minutes we got a table outside. No more time to make arte and wait for a table inside because we were all hungry and besides, it wasn't that hot outside and when you're with the right people, what can go wrong? 128517128521

I was the "foodie" friend so they let me decide what to order. For sharing we ordered the Chicken Akuma, Bacon and Cheese Katsu, and Chashu Rice Roll. The bacon and cheese katsu was just okay. Kinda bitin. The chicken was crispy and juicy. Enjoyed how spicy the sauce was!! And the chashu rice roll!! They all loved it!!! It's the best! You have to order that one!!! 1008410084

For our ramen, we had the following:

Tonkatsu Ramen (Rich)
- tasty and milky broth w oh so tender pork chashu. This was good but not the best ramen. Also, there were too many onions. I like onions but sobrang dami lang! 128563

Tonkatsu Ramen (Light)
- lighter version. Best to just stick with the Rich version for a bolder and more flavorful ramen. 128518 Or go eat somewhere else! 128517128586

Tantanmen Ramen
- this was my favorite that night. The broth was very flavorful and kinda spicy. 127836

Service was excellent. Servers were nice and very attentive. 128077🏼

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Peanut D.
4.0 Stars

I was trying to figure out what to eat when I came across Abe C's review for this place. What perfect timing! It's been a while since I last visited so I had the perfect reason to go. (The review also made me crave for ramen lol)

Surprised that this place still gets a lot of people! The first floor was packed with people - even the bar area! The upstairs was a bit loud too so I guess that area was full as well. As my order arrived, even the outside table got occupied.

Considering that there are now a lot of new restaurants in the area, it's really amazing that they still get a lot of diners. Good job Wrong Ramen team!

Got their Tonkotsu Light but asked to remove the toge hehe. The lady smiled a little (natawa ata sya na ayaw Ko ng toge lol) and said they could accommodate my request. Got their aji tamago and their chashu pork also. Good meal! Burnt my tongue because I was too excited to eat haha.

PS. I think WR has one of the best aji tamago! Maybe next to Mendokoro hehe. 128522

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Abe C.
4.0 Stars

Just finished The Communist. Their signature Ramen with 7 spices in a fiery pork broth with chashu (Pork) and charred garlic oil. Finally I got to try this Ramen!128523 It's actually quite good. The spiciness is certainly there, a very satisfying garlicky spiciness, but not to the point that you burn your tongue and get numb. I wish the chashu was more generous and less fatty (it was almost 70% fat) and thicker... And 2 pieces instead of 1. But the flavors were really pretty good. My mouth is still burnt from that great broth, but I liked it! Verdict: 4/5

Tried going here with my dog but it's too hot outside for lunch now that it's smack in the beginnings of summer, so I had to bring her home. 128543

First time to eat upstairs. Almost similar set up downstairs, Japanese tables with semi dividers to let both groups and pairs enjoy Ramen at the same table.

Always a good place for my Ramen fix. 128513

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Ria R.
3.0 Stars

Had their Tantanmien and FU ramen, with the bacon kastu. The tantanmien was divine; but the FU ramen and katsu were lacking the OOMPH we were looking for. A number of their menu items were unavailable too. It was good, but not enough to make me crave to come back.

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Abe C.
4.0 Stars

Moving to BGC excited me because it'll be close to awesome eating places. Wrong Ramen was one of the early establishments to usher in the Ramen craze since 2012.

I only discovered their Bacon and Cheese Katsu P265 months ago. Again one of my pending reviews. It's a good take on a classic. Good plating with nice drizzle of Katsu sauce then topped with alfalfa sprouts. Pretty great bacon and cheese combo. Crunchy outside with the Panko bread crumbs, then gooey cheese with the bacon inside. Yummy.

I just take their Tonkostu Ramen lately. Haven't been imaginative to try their Communist yet. Whew. Maybe on Tuesday next week when I meet up with friends there. I noticed that their onions are too generous in the Tonkostu, which makes it off for me. Raw kasi, eh. Ugh. I'll ask them to remove them next time. Excellent service, too. They didnt have beer last night so they allowed me to buy nearby and didn't charge me corkage. Lol. 128518

It's not as heavy in queue as it was back then but they still have a solid following.

Heard their owner also owns the fabulous Hanamaruken Ramen from Trinoma and The Grove. Great stuff.

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Leen C.
5.0 Stars

One of my favorite ramen in town. Yum yum 128525

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Jackie G.
3.0 Stars

Ramen: 128077🏻128077🏻128077🏻
Chicken: 128077🏻128077🏻
Service: needs improvement

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Yugie C.
5.0 Stars

Whenever ramen craving hits, I run to this place. Love their tonkotsu lite and communist. As well as their chicken and chasu rolls. You just need to make sure to work off the calories before and/or after you finish a bowl. They don't hold back on taste, depth of flavor and richness in every bowl.

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Lei A.
5.0 Stars

I had the spicy ramen, hubby had tantanmen and son had the standard ramen. To our surprise, they were all good! Even their crispy pata is yummy, the skin was crispy and meat was tender juicy tasty! yum!

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Denise R.
3.0 Stars

My review some months ago:
This is one of my favorite ramen restos 128522 This, Ramen Nagi and Mendokoro Ramenba are in my top 3 128077🏼128077🏼128077🏼

Didn't want to taste the more "daring" flavors, so settled for Tantanmen.

Surprisingly, they also allow takeouts--not typical of the ramen restos.

Recent Update: went here for lunch with friends and that's when I realized that there was something definitely wrong with my ramen.

I ordered the light Tonkotsu because I was pretending to be on diet (haha). The broth wasn't that rich, the noodles a bit sloppy. I couldn't even finish my bowl of ramen because I was dreaming of the flavorful goodness of Ramen Nagi's Butao King. Should have sticked with the Tantanmen.

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