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10 Ramen House Serving Below P100 Ramen Noodles in Manila

Ramen is one of the savory soups that many Filipinos love. Unfortunately, most ramen restaurants in the city are quite expensive but did you know that there are actually a lot of affordable ramen restaurants in the metro that are under 100 pesos.

And that’s exactly what we’ve compiled in this article. Here are 11 ramen restaurants with less than 100 pesos ramen for everyone to enjoy.

Yatai Yakitori Ramen

One of the best ramen in Quezon City: In the heart of Quezon City is a small ramen kiosk called Yatai Yakitori Ramen. It is located in corner St. Fernando street and Tomas Morato and serves ramen for only 65 pesos and gyozas for 40 pesos. For that reason, the place almost always has a long line but don’t worry they are open until 2 AM.

Street Ramen

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Cheap ramen in Makati: In the city of Makati is a small ramen place called Street Ramen. It is located right across Cash and Carry Mall and open at 7 PM. They serve different kinds of ramen for only 75 pesos for a regular bowl and 135 pesos for an “overload” bowl. And if you’re craving for some gyoza or Japanese siomai, you can order one for only 45 pesos.

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Erra’s Ramen Malate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cheap Ramen in Malate: Now if you’re from Malate, Manila, don’t worry as you need not travel far to find cheap but good ramen house. Erra’s Ramen is located at 1755 Adriatico Street, Malate and is open for 24 hours. Ramen starts at 90 pesos and for an additional 15 to 30 pesos, you can have your ramen with either egg, pork, made spicy, or get additional soup.

Yoriyoi Ramen

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One of the best Ramen in Makati: Another popular ramen house in Makati is Yoriyoi Ramen in 211 GUiho Street, Cembo, Makati City. They are open from 5 PM to 12 Midnight and serves ramen for only 75 pesos. If you want gyoza as an add-on, you can order it for only 40 pesos. At the moment, they serve Miso ramen, Sriracha Ramen, Tantanmen Ramen, Curry Ramen, and Tonkatsu Ramen.

Maiu Ramen

 

 

 

 

 

Cheap Ramen in Manila: For ramen lovers in Sampaloc, don’t worry as you also have one in Espana Boulevard corner Maceda Street. Maiu Ramen is open from 12 noon to 10 PM and serves ramen starting at 79 pesos. You have the option to add egg, pork or chili oil with every order.

Samurai Ramen

 

 

 

When your craving for ramen and heading to Novaliches, don’t forget to drop by at Samurai Ramen. It is located at Nova Food Park, Gen. Luis corner Elenita street. They serve a Samurai Ramen Special Chasyu for only 80 pesos and sweet Tempura Ice Cream or fried ice cream sandwich for only 95 pesos.

Konoha Ramen House

 

Konoha Ramen House in Taguig city is a must visit by not only ramen lovers but also Naruto fans. The ramen house is decorated with characters from the famous anime show which is not surprising since Naruto loves ramen. Ramen noodles are served for only 99 pesos and additional Gyoza order for only 68 pesos.

Also Read: 5 Budget Beach Trips in the Philippines: As Low as 900 pesos for a day tour!

Watta Ramen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If you find yourself exploring the city of Mandaluyong, make sure you also drop by at Watta Ramen in High Pointe Medical Hub in Bagong Silang. A bowl of Ramen in the restaurant only costs 49 pesos but can be upgraded to a large bowl for only 100 pesos.

Yamazaki

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Featured in Erwan Heussaff’s blog is a ramen house in Makati city just across Makati Cinema Square. It is called Yamazaki restaurant. They serve different ramen set for 196 pesos and up which is, according to Erwan, is already good for 2 to 3 persons. It is located at 2277 Fernando Street corner Pasong Tamo Street.

Kaito Japanese Carinderia

 

 

 

 

 

 

A carinderia style Japanese ramen house is located in A. Apolinarion Street in Bangkal. It is called Kaito Japanese Carinderia and a bowl of ramen starts at 60 pesos. But if you’re craving for something different, don’t worry as the restaurant have a big selection of menu including Don Buris, Bento Box, Chahan, and even Omu rice.

BONUS:

Suzuki Karinderia

 

 

 

 

 

Heading to the city of Tondo, Manila is another carinderia style ramen house called Suzuki Ramen. The food is prepared by a retired Japanese cook Mr. Tosh and his Pinay wife Ms Edith. They have been featured several times in local TV shows for their passion for cooking. Their ramen is a bit expensive than the rest, at 120 pesos, but the extra 20 pesos is very worth it.

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