It’s been a while since we’ve been to Venice Piazza and we’re happy to be back there 2 Saturdays ago – just for this:
I felt so at home inside this restaurant. It’s very minimalist in design, with orange walls that create a lively space ideal for casual dining.
The menu, which is printed in table place mats, is also “minimalist” in content. There are only ramen bowls, rice meals, sushi dishes, some sweets and drinks to choose. It’s that simple.
The Shoyu Ramen was highly recommended by our server so we got that. The bowl is big, I’m telling ya, and AJ and I are to shy too order one for each of us. So we got one bowl only (for sharing). It’s so good!
Our Shoyu Ramen (P280.00) was topped with tamago (soft-boiled egg marinated for 48 hours), naruto (cured fish, it’s the one with pink spiral pattern), negi (spring onion) and chasyu (sliced pork).
I also ordered the Chicken Namban Rice Bowl (P185.00), in case I will not like the ramen dish but it turned out to be really good, AJ and I should’ve ordered one for each of us instead! The chicken rice bowl meal was also highly pleasing – with deep-fried coated chicken fillet that’s very flavorful (kids will love it!) and a generous serving of Japanese rice. It also comes with a tartar sauce.
I’m so glad to have discovered Ramen Bar. Authentic Japanese food in big servings at very affordable prices!
It’s time you discover Ramen Bar. Check it out at the following establishments: Eastwood Mall (Quezon City), Venice Piazza (Taguig) and Robinson’s Magnolia (Quezon City).