Still got a hankering appetite for ramen during quarantine? Well, we’ve got you covered! These famous ramen houses are still open for delivery/takeout to help you soothe your noodle cravings at home. So, dish those instant noodles out and order your favorites now…

 

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1. MENDOKORO

About Mendokoro Ramenba
MENDOKORO RAMENBA is the “serious ramen” reincarnation of Ramen Yushoken in Makati, by Elbert Cuenca and Ryan Cruz. The concept is inspired by the authentic ramen houses in Japan. Their rich and flavorful ramen broths are what keeps folks queueing back for more. But they’re about to change the ramen game with their new Take Home Ramen Kits ensuring the same quality and freshness. Now, anyone can soothe their ramen cravings in the comfort of their own home.

Menu:

Delivery/Pick up:

Call or text them at (0917) 502 0894, (0917) 626 3731 or (02) 8478 9625 to order.

Pick up is available at their Makati Branch and deliveries are available within Metro Manila. 

 

How to Pay:

Cash and credit card payments are accepted for pick up transactions.

Cash transactions only for delivery.

 

Mendokoro Ramenba
Facebook: mendokororamen
Instagram: @mendokoro_ramenba 

 

2. IPPUDO

IPPUDO is the most popular Hakata-style Tonkotsu (pork-based) ramen in the world. It was founded in 1985 by Ramen King Shigemi Kawahara in Fukuoka City, Kyushu.

Its name literally means “One Wind Hall” and is symbolic for the restaurant’s going against the wind and revolutionizing the ramen era of the time. It was the first shop to offer ramen in a carefully crafted setting, so that both men and women can enjoy an elegant bowl of noodle soup. It was also the first to refer to its broth by colour Shiro (white) for the classic and Aka (red) for spicy.

 

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How to Order:

Ring in an order for curbside or courier pick-ups by messaging us on Viber and get 10% off your order.

IPPUDO PHILIPPINES
Websitewww.ippudoph.com
FacebookIppudo Philippines
Instagram@ippudoph
Twitter@ippudoph


 

3. RAMEN NAGI

About Ramen Nagi
RAMEN NAGI offers a gourmet version of ramen that is hailed as the best in Tokyo. It has been awarded the top spot in the National Ramen of the Year Competitions for the last two years (2011 and 2012). In Hongkong, the Ramen Nagi franchise is known as BUTAO, after its popular signature ramen, which Filipinos line up hours for just to get a taste.

 

Menu:

Delivery:

Pick up and delivery are available through calling (02) 8403-8548 or by placing an order on their website. Delivery available throughout Quezon City, San Juan, Pasig, Caloocan, Pasay, Makati, Taguig, Manila, and Mandaluyong.

 

How to Pay:

They accept Paypal, Credit/Debit Card via PayPal, Cash on Delivery, or Online Bank Transfer.

 

Ramen Nagi Concept Store
Website: https://ramennagi.com.ph
Facebook: Ramen Nagi Manila

 

 


4. TSUKE-MEN

 

Tsuke-Men is a homegrown Japanese concept by Tasteless Food Group. With the help of a Japanese consultant, they built a short yet satisfying menu of tsukemen, ramen, donburi, and other Japanese staples.

 

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How to order:

Visit thegrid.eunoiaph.com or call 0917 707 7459 / 0917 702 2534

Pick up/delivery Schedule 11am to 6:30pm The Grid Food Market, Level R2, Power Plant Mall

 

How to pay:

Credit card if order is placed through thegrid.eunoiaph.com Bank transfer or GCash if order is placed through phone call.

 

Tsu-ke Men
The Grid, Power Plant Mall
Mobile: 09177077459 or 09177022534
Facebook: thegridfoodmarket
Website: thegrid.eunoiaph.com

 


5. MENYA KOKORO

About Menya Kokoro
Menya Kokoro, the first Tokyo Mazesoba specialty shop in Manila, was born in Tokyo back in 2013. With their specialty in Mazesoba, which literally translated to mixing noodle, their modern approach to ramen with their lighter noodles coupled with a ramen-like sauce without the broth.

 

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Delivery/Pick up:

Delivers through GrabFood or Foodpanda. For areas not covered by GrabFood or Foodpanda, call 0919 00 19392 or 277586493 and your order may be delivered through GrabExpress, Lalamove, Or Angkas Padala.

Pick-up are done at their Uptown Mall branch (10am to 7pm)

 

How to Pay:

Payment via BDO bank transfer or Gcash

 

Menya Kokoro – Tokyo Mazesoba
3rd Floor Uptown Mall, Taguig
PM: m.me/menyakokoroph
Email: [email protected]

 


6. HANAMARUKEN RAMEN

About Hanamaruken Ramen
“Hanamaruken was created by a family of butchers in 1982. It is a subsidiary of the Arakawa Pork Company, a reputable supplier of high-quality meat in Osaka, Japan.

Our Signature Happiness Ramen was inspired by creating a distinct marriage between meat and ramen. It is topped with a dark, tender, slow-braised soft bone pork rib that has gained a devoted following.

With over 40 branches in Osaka, Hanamaruken strictly follow the philosophy that ramen should be made with excellent meat and prepared by passionate chefs.”

 

Menu:

Delivery/Pick up:

Delivery and pick ups are available through FoodPanda or by calling the your nearest Hanamaruken branch and choosing your own courier service.

 

Payment:

Accepts payments through BDO or Gcash once order has been confirmed.

 

Hanamaruken Ramen
Facebook: hanamarukenph
Instagram: @hanamaruken_ph

 


7. RAMEN DAISHO

About Ramen Daisho
Another ramen joint that’s back in business during the quarantine is Ramen Daisho!

RAMEN DAISHO offers ramen that may not only be familiar in name but also in taste.  Daisho comes from a coined word meaning dai=”big”, sho=”fly” or “fly high”.

Their ukokkei (“Silkie” chicken) ramen recipe is the same recipe bought by the Ukokkei Ramen Ron owners years ago from Japanese Master Chef Funatsu Yasuhiko, ultimately stirring the pot of the neverendless ramen craze in the Philippines.

 

Menu:

Delivery/Pick up:

Foodpanda or GrabExpress Pabili

Pick-up at their Shaw Branch from Wednesday to Sunday (10 AM – 4 PM). Call them at 09178817471 or (02) 8633 2280 for orders.

 

How to Pay:

Payments via Cash, Credit Card, Gcash or Paymaya are accepted.

 

Ramen Daisho
Facebook: ramen.daisho.ph
Instagram: @ramendaisho

 

 


8. SIGEKIYA RAMEN

“Our in-house delivery is within Alabang, Vista Mall Sta. Rosa, and Estancia Mall at Capitol Commons only while for other areas, delivery is thru Lalamove, Grab Express or other delivery services to be paid by the customers.
Sigekiya Ramen originated from Yokohama, Japan. The Alabang branch opened on April 5, 2016. We are popular for our signature ramen, the Sigekiya Ramen, and Tsukemen. Our ramen and tsukemen has a very distinct taste that you cannot find in any other ramen shops. Our recipe is specially made by Sugizaki-san, the owner of Sigekiya Japan. Our special sauces and ingredients are coming from Japan.
During this ECQ and maybe even GCQ, we have limited menu for ready to eat and ready to cook. The ready to cook ramen and tsukemen kits can be prepared easily at home and cooking instructions are provided. We also created a video instructions on how to cook our ramen and gyoza at home and these are available in our FB page (SigekiyaRamenPH).”
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How to Order:
Facebook: SigekiyaRamenPH

 


***UDON WILD CARD (NOT RAMEN)**

Yes, we know this isn’t ramen… But who can resist their wide selection of toppings, rice bowls and udons? Last but not the least of this list is none other than the one-of-a-kind udon joint– Marugame Udon!


9. MARUGAME UDON

About Marugame Udon
Marugame Udon Manila, also known as Marugame Seimen back in Japan, is a famous world-class udon chain with over 1000 stores and counting. With their freshly made Sanuki-style thick udon noodles and crispy fried tempura along with reasonably priced sets, Marugame definitely upped its game for ramen fanatics. 

Their self-service, canteen-style restaurant offers customers a live experience of their open kitchen– making their orders customizable and fresh as the staff cook and serve everything from scratch. 

 

Menu:

Delivery/Pick up/Takeout

Takeout, pick-up and delivery (via GrabFood or GrabExpress Pabili and Lalamove Pabili services) are available in the following branches:

 

Bonifacio High Street: (0916) 6627 0275 or (02) 7799-9184

The Podium: (0917) 822 2394 or (02) 7586-2804

U.P Town Center: (0917) 872 1280 or (02) 7968-2932

Store hours: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM

 

How to Pay

Payments via Cash or Gcash are accepted.

 

Marugame Udon & Tempura
website: www.marugameudon.com
Facebook: marugameph

 


FOOD DELIVERY Series:
CHINESE CUISINE: Delivery & Pick-Up
JAPANESE CUISINE: Delivery & Pick-Up
FILIPINO CUISINE: Delivery & Pick-Up
FROZEN MEALS: Delivery & Pick-Up
PARTY PACKS: Delivery & Pick-Up
BURGERS: Delivery & Pick-Up
CAKES: Delivery & Pick-Up
BREAD: Delivery & Pick-Up
DESSERTS: Delivery & Pick-Up
RAMEN: Delivery & Pick-Up
SAMGYUPSAL: Delivery & Pick-Up
DATE NIGHT (Restaurants) Delivery & Pick-Up
Online GROCERIES

 

 

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