The Ultimate Guide to the most brothtaking Ramen in Metro Manila


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Whether you need some heat to keep you warm on a cold night or something good to take your mind off the smoldering heat, a bowl of ramen is always the answer. We all need a regular ramen fix, but that could leave a dent on your wallet if you hit your fave ramen place every week. Luckily, you don’t always need to shell out for this dish. We’ve curated another list of the most affordable bowls of ramen all over the metro.

For as low as Php 160, you know this list is worth a try. Don’t forget to ‘ADD TO FAVORITES‘ these spots on the Booky app so you never miss a bite!

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Ganso-Shabuway – multiple branches

Ganso-Shabuway is an international franchise from California that offers Japanese style hotpot. They serve all-natural grass fed beef, fresh produce and other meat.

What to order: Beef Shoyu Ramen (Php 328), Kurobuta Pork Miso Ramen (Php 348), Tan Tan Men Ramen (Php 348)

Insider tip: You can get up to ₱500 off your bill with Booky!

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Taisho Ramen – multiple branches

Be transported to Japan when you dine at Taisho Ramen & Teppanyaki House. Their authentic hakata ramen and fan-favorite chicken teriyaki will give you a true taste of Japanese cuisine without needing to break the bank.

What to order: Karamen/Chamen (Php 105), Hakata Tonkotsu Ramen (Php 295)

Insider tip: You can get up to ₱500 off your bill with Booky!

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Hanamaruken Ramen – multiple branches

Hanamaruken Ramen, a decades-old mom-n-pop ramen chain, hails from streets of Osaka, Japan. Famous for its “Happiness Ramen”, Hanamaruken serves a signature soft bone ramen unmatched in tenderness and flavor.

What to order: Everything ranging from Php 280 to Php 580

Insider tip: You can get up to ₱150 off your bill with Booky!

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Tokyo Bubble Tea – multiple branches

Tokyo Bubble Tea is a local homegrown bubble tea concept that serve Japanese-Western dishes that are best paired with their wide selection of fun milk tea concoctions! 

What to order: Chasu Ramen (Php 245)

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Hokkaido Ramen Santouka – Alabang

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka is a legendary ramen brand from northern Japan that has offered the same family recipe since 1988. They’ve since expanded their menu and ramen selection to provide only the finest ramen all over the world.

What to order: Tokusen Toroniku Ramen

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G/F Corte De Las Palmas, Alabang Town Center, Commerce Ave,Alabang, Muntinlupa
+63 2 801-5631

Ramen Nagi – Robinsons Magnolia

Ramen Nagi is one of the most popular ramen joints in the country. Nagi’s “King” bowls come in different flavors (and a variety of unique colors!) like the Black King (squid ink), the Red King (spicy), and the Green King (pesto). Of course, their basic Butao King still takes the prize for most diners. We heard that they’re also serving seasonal and limited edition truffle ramen.

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UG/F Robinsons Magnolia,Quezon City
+63 2 470-1356

Jipan Cafe & Bakeshop – multiple branches

Jipan Cafe and Bakeshop has been offering authentic Japanese cuisine since in 1992. They offer assorted breads and a wide selection of sweet and savory pastries. Read more here.

What to order: Chuukara Ramen (Php 310)

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Go Sushi – multiple branches

Go Sushi offers affordable Japanese fusion dishes such as their donut sushi and sushi platter. 

What to order: Tonkotsu Ramen (Php 249), Seafood Ramen (Php 249)

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Happon Ramen House – multiple branches

Happon Ramen House is a hole-in-the-wall ramen place that serves authentic ramen bowls under P200. It uses Chicken Paitan soup base, which is said to be a ‘healthier’ alternative to your average everyday ramen. 

What to order: Everything under Php 200

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Mitsuyado Seimen – multiple branches

Mitsuyado Sei-Men is an international franchise by the UCC Group and is widely known as ‘The House of Tsukemen‘ (or ‘dipping noodles’). Its interiors are reminiscent of old town Japan. It’s for people who love thick noodles and cheese.

What to order: Shoyu Ramen (Php 210), Karashi (Php 230), Char-Siu Ramen (Php 300)

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Ramen Kuroda – multiple branches

Ramen Kuroda serves authentic and affordable Japanese tonkotsu ramen using home-made noodles and quality ingredients. Ramen comes in 3 kinds: Shio (salt-based), Kuro (milky base with garlic oil) and Aka (spicy).

What to order: Everything under Php 250

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Moshi Koshi – multiple branches

Moshi Koshi is a Japanese noodle house that is known for their affordable ramen bowls. What sets them apart from everyone else is that they make their own noodles right inside the kitchen. Koshi is actually a Japanese term that is similar with the Italian’s al dente’. Fun fact: The owner of Moshi Koshi has noodle factory in Tokyo.

What to order: Everything Php 395 and below

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Taka Ramen – multiple branches

Taka Ramen of El Fresco offers authentic Japanese ramen, gyoza, and takoyaki at very affordable prices. 

What to order: Everything under Php 250

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Ramen Cool – multiple branches

Ramen Cool is a Japanese ramen restaurant bent on serving hot bowls of authentic ramen that will keep you warm on a cool night.

What to order: Everything ranging from Php 190 to Php 330

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Quezon City

Sakura Aji – Holy Spirit Drive

Sakura Aji from the North Hive Food Park serves affordable Japanese fare such as ramen, sushi rolls, yakitori, donburi bowls, and more.

What to order: Everything under Php 250

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North Hive Food Park, Don Faustino St., near cor Holy Spirit Drive, Quezon City

BF Homes, Parañaque

Ramen-ya – Aguirre Ave.

Ramen-Ya is a discreet ramen place along Aguirre. What sets it apart from its neighbors is the price, nothing over 200 pesos for a bowl of ramen here. Their black garlic ramen is one of their specialties. The Japanese owner/chef makes the broth himself and keeps the recipe top secret.

What to order: Regular Ramen (Php 120), Special Ramen (Php 160)

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Aguirre Ave, BF Homes, Parañaque
(0915) 699 4715

Alabang, Muntinlupa

Butamaru – Alabang

This ramen house from the South serves the noodles with fresh vegetables and tossed in black sesame dressing. You can also their other salad ramen flavor, the Kani Salad Ramen (cold ramen, shredded kani, mentaiko dressing).

What to order: Everything is under Php 370!

Insider tip: You can get up to ₱300 off your bill with Booky!

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CE405 Westgate Center Commerce Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa
(02) 887 4255

JAEU Bistro & Ramen Bar – Festival Mall

JAEU is “East meets West” reimagined. You can have a taste of Japanese culture and European culture without having to go to two separate restaurants.

What to order: Iekei “Yokohama Style Ramen” (Php 380)

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UG/F Festival Supermall, Filinvest Corporate City, Commerce Ave
(02) 821-8006; (0966) 970-9586

Ramen Yushoken – Molito

Ramen Yushoken serves tonkotsu broth ramen using a recipe from famous ramen master Yamagishi Kazuo. It’s a casual restaurant with traditional Japanese sensibilities like fast service and not offering any eating utensils other than chopsticks.

What to order: Shio Tonkotsu Ramen (Php 370), Shoyu Tonkotsu Ramen (Php 400), TanTanMen Tonkotsu Ramen (Php 420)

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119 Rada S, Legaspi Village, Makati
(0939) 919-3837

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Molito Lifestyle Mall, Madrigal Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa
(02) 808 7424

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