The place may seem a little cramped at first. Its first floor are mostly for solo diners but their 2nd floor was spacious and apt for big groups. Maybe it was aiming for that raw Japanese ramen house feel. Well, I could say that they’ve kind of achieved that.
It was either this or their karaage. But I was really intrigued by this style of cooking so we got this. Good decision! I liked how the breading was a little crumbly when you bite into it. The chicken was tender and juicy. It’s really best to dip it in the sauce that it came with.
How good is this ramen? Really good! The base was rich and the noodles were just the way I like it: a little bit on the hard side. The egg though was a little cooked and the pork piece was a little thick. But those are just minor issues that were easily defeated by its overall taste.
Just looking at the photos makes me want to go here again! I mean, where can you find good ramen that’s very affordable and really big on serving? I could have shared the bowl that I had but yeah…too hungry to share I guess. And the chicken, ahhhh…I want to have it again. Seriously, it may have been one cheap thrill but it was a great one. We were well attended to and the food…did I say how good it was? 😉
Tamagoya Noodle House
Soliven Avenue, Masinag,
Lower Antipolo, Rizal