Ramen Santouka – Glorietta

Got so hungry after checking out Zalora’s pop-up shop at Glorietta 2 that I craved for a bowl of ramen for merienda after only an hour of shopping!. I swear, hindi talaga ako expert. Ang bilis ko mapagod. Need to practice. :p

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Hokkaido Ramen Santouka is always crawling with customers durung lunch and dinner, so being there at 3pm was just perfect. Yipeee, no long lines! :D

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Santouka has a casual, classy look. A fitting look for an international ramen place franchise. Santouka originates from Hokkaido, north of Japan, and is named after a famous poet’s pen name- Santoka Taneda.

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You can order their ramen in 3 sizes – small, regular and large. This is great for those who still want to try other dishes without putting their diet in danger.

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The most recommended ramen is the Shio or salt flavor. My friend Ava also message me via Facebook to try the Roasted Pork Cheeks or Tokusen Toroniku, but I wanted something spicy that time.

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So I got a set with a small bowl of Kara-Miso Ramen (small is 310php if a la carte) and Salmon Katsu. The ramen has spicy soybean paste, pork, bamboo, and mushrooms. The set also comes with a small bowl of salad, a bowl of rice, a marinated soft boiled egg, and a cup of tea.

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I finished the entire set, not only because I was very hungry but because everything in it was delicious! This heavy meal is not at all bad for 520php, VAT inclusive.

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Santouka currently has 4 branches in the Philippines- Glorietta, Mall of Asia, Greenhills, and Trinoma.

// listening to the very boring Buzz ng Bayan

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6 thoughts on “Ramen Santouka – Glorietta

  1. We’re going to have a foodie tour when we get there in June. Thanks for the info. I hope you share the the price info …. good for us budget conscious tourists. Cheers.

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