For a friend's birthday dinner, we chose to dine at Santouka. Somebody's craving ramen..again XD We tried the Trinoma branch which is located at Trinoma Gardens outside the Cinemas.
The place was spacious and they have a long table which could easily fit 15 adults which we reserved.
MENU (quite a lot of pages)
Here we have the usual ramen with Shio and Kara Miso as their best sellers.
Shio Ramen (Salt Based) PHP345
Shoyu Ramen (Soy Based) PHP345
Kara Miso Ramen (Spicy Soy Bean Based) PHP365
Tokusen Toroniku Ramen PHP460
Hiyashi Chuka Ramen (Light Chicken soup with hint of fish) PHP350
SET G Small Ramen and Curry and Rice Bowl Set (Shio) PHP470
SET G Small Ramen and Curry and Rice Bowl Set (Kara Miso) PHP470
SET F Small Ramen and Char Siu Rice Bowl Set (Shio) PHP450
Char Siu Chanan (Pork Belly Fried Rice) PHP110
Ramen Bowls (Specialty | Regular | Large)
The Verdict? Let me start by saying I like the place. It's spacious and they also have like a private room. For the ramen I usually order Shoyu (Soy Based) which I didn't regret one bit. The Shio was too plain for me and the Miso is also good but well I like Shoyu better. You can just add spices if you like.
I also like the fact that they have set meals. Not that a bowl of ramen won't get you full but for those with big appetite the set meals' a winner.
The price was very affordable too. One bowl of ramen at other ramen places is just equivalent to their set meal (price based). Two thumbs up for Santouka.
So yup we all enjoyed our ramen here at Santouka.
Santouka Ramen Branches