I have always been a fan of Japanese food and since then, Tokyo Tokyo has been one my favorite restaurants that I would go to for some Tempura, Tonkatsu, Maki and Beef dishes without having to spend more. One reason why I keep coming back to Tokyo Tokyo is mainly their food, particularly their dishes with mixed vegetables and also my favorite Red Iced Tea. I normally order Beef Misono and Pork Tonkatsu because they have been my favorites ever since, but I didn’t expect a great ramen experience from Tokyo Tokyo that was really to die for.
Millennials today are so into “instagrammable” food while having a great experience. What I like about Tokyo Tokyo is that they have good looking dishes and we can have our tasty Japanese food fix at affordable prices.
As the rainy season approaches, we always seek for comfort food specially hot dishes that can really delight our mood, our soul, our spirits!! Hahaha just kidding, but seriously guys we all crave for warm bowls of noodles, particularly the famous Japanese noodle soup, “Ramen”. It has been a top-of-mind choice for a comforting meal that is perfect for the rainy days.
“Tokyo Tokyo before going to school 🙂 hahaha”
Fun fact about ramen is that few years ago, the Ramen craze hit the country and more ramen restaurants started opening. A warm noodle soup as a complete meal bursting with flavors, Ramen undeniably appeals to the Filipino palate.
In 2012, Tokyo Tokyo joined the ramen craze when it opened its first Ramen Bar and offered affordable and authentic ramen. Since then it has become a vital part of the brand’s product line, catering to its customers who crave for this authentic Japanese noodle dish.
Tokyo Tokyo’s Ramen line currently offers these delectable flavors such as (Braised Pork, Spicy Chicken, Chicken Teriyaki and Seafood ) that bring diners closer to Japan with every spoonful. These variants are best known for their flavorful broth slow-cooked for 24 hours, freshly-made noodles and high quality toppings.
This year, in line with its Beef Festival, of course, my favorite Japanese restaurant Tokyo Tokyo is taking the ramen experience to a different level and is introducing a new flavor that will surely give ramen lovers more slurp worthy moments and more instagrammable pictures to share with friends. Joining Beef Yakiniku Bento and Beef Misono Bento is another beefy addition to Tokyo Tokyo’s menu, the “Beef Pepper Ramen”.
” Beef Yakiniku Bento”
” Beef Misono Bento” My Favorite!! hahaha
” The famous Tokyo Tokyo Red Iced Tea ”
” Beef Pepper Ramen ”
Beef Pepper Ramen is made with rich pork-based broth and is topped with savory and tender beef slices, corn, shredded cabbage, onion leeks, nori and Nitamago egg. For extra spice and flavor, black pepper sauce is added. A steaming bowl of regular-sized Beef Pepper Ramen is priced at P195, while the snack size is only for P145.
Aside from the usual gyoza add-on, the Beef Pepper Ramen can be best enjoyed if paired with Chicken karaage or Japanese-style fried chicken and Tokyo Tokyo’s signature Red Iced Tea. Just add P55 to make a bowl more filling.
Tokyo Tokyo’s Beef Pepper Ramen is not just a continuation of the Beef Festival. It is a perfect companion to warm up in this cold, rainy season. So if i were you ? Head on to the nearest Tokyo Tokyo store and enjoy a piping hot Beef Pepper Ramen, Cause seriously guys you will definitely enjoy it! For me as a working student, blogger and photographer that always work i really love how Tokyo Tokyo gives us this experience. Ramen is love ! Definitely a must try.
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