Mitsuyado Ramen Shokudo Review

I always have a soft spot for ramen, despite wanting to cut down on carbs all the time. So when I see an affordable but promising ramen shop, I’m definitely excited to try it. I recently tried Mitsuyado Ramen Shokudo with my family in Japan Town.

The name Mitsuyado rang a bell and later when I got home I found out why it was so familiar. It was an off-brand of Mitsuyado Sei-Men House of Tsukemen which was known for its dipping noodles. I tried their double cheese dipping noodles at Blue Bay Walk a few years ago.

Back to Mitsuyado Ramen with Shokudo, their setup reminded us of Marugame Udon a lot, although I think they are not the only ones with this setup. It was sort of a self-service setup where you get the side dishes you want and place them on your tray. Similar to Marugame, you also give tell them which noodles or main dish you want before getting your own side dish, the difference is that they serve ramen while the other serves udon.

There is a bit of waiting time before you get your ramen unlike at Marugame where you can immediately receive your order of udon while you line up.

As for the ramen itself, it was not bad. We all ordered the Black Garlic Ramen and it reminds me of Ramen Kuroda’s kuro ramen. Mitsuyado Ramen Shokudo’s black garlic ramen didn’t have an egg but the other toppings and meat were generous enough in terms of serving size. Overall, it was good and the price was reasonable. If they opened a branch near us, I would definitely try out the other flavors, I'm especially curious about the Green Matcha Ramen.

Side Dish
Crunchy on the outside and creamy on the inside, I get why my baby liked their cream croquette. Best of all, their cream croquette only costs P30.


Black Garlic Ramen P180
Cream Croquette P30
Fried Gyoza P30

Mitsuyado Ramen Shokudo is located at Japan Town, Roofdeck Level, Glorietta 1, Ayala Center, Makati City.