World-Renowned Hakata-Style Ramen at Eastwood

Ramen restaurants are everywhere around the Metro. As a family of ramen lovers, we are one of those who flock the restaurants for that bowl of goodness.

But not all ramens are created equal, some chefs are becoming innovative with this Japanese dish. And Ippudo’s Hakata-Style Ramen is popular among locals and foreigners for good reason. 

Originating from Fukuoka, Japan, Hakata ramen is distinguished by the thin noodles, a milky-white tonkotsu (pork broth), and a unique noodle refill system known as kaedama

Customers also get to have the firmness of the noodles to their likings, which usually comes in choices of soft, medium, hard, and very hard. Those who prefer their noodles al dente should definitely ask for firmer noodles. 

Ippudo’s ramen takes you to Hakata without the additional costs for flights and hotels. The restaurant features a simple menu that includes three varieties of Ramen: Shiromaru Motoaji, which is the classic Hakata-style Ramen; Akamaru Shinaji, a refined, modern-style ramen; and the Karaka-Men, a spicy ramen for the more adventurous.

Whichever variant you choose, the rich tonkotsu together with the ultra-thin noodles will amaze you with every bite. 

To complete your Ippudo experience, compliment your ramen of choice with Ippudo Classics like the Hakata-style Gyoza and the all-time favorite Ippudo Pork Bun. 

The service of the staff and quality of the food remain consistent no matter which branch you go to, and the Eastwood location is no exception. Visit them at the Ground Floor, 1880 Building, Eastwood Avenue, Quezon City

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** All ramen photos on this post is lifted from Ippudo PH's official website.


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