Ramen Kuroda has been my go-to-Ramen place since it opened its branch here in RCBC where my office is located. There’s one near my husband’s house as well in Sta Mesa, so it’s really convenient for me, but the number one reason really is its taste and affordability.
Ramen Kuroda has that thin, white noodles that I love and the broth is thick and flavorful. It’s easy to eat and I don’t feel bloated after.
This branch in SM Bicutan is relatively new. You can see how clean and organized this place is. What I liked most is the open kitchen which serves as an entertainment, too.
We were served a lot of dishes and I must say that they’re all distinctively amazing. From the Sashimi, to Gyoza, Gyu Don, even the Karaage.
Salmon Sashimi (Php300) – Fresh Salmon cut neatly. Best to dip in soy sauce with some Wasabi.
Gyoza (Php100) – crisp on the outside with juicy ground meat inside.
Aka Ramen – This is my default order every time. I just love its saltiness and the spicy kick is just right.
Kuro Ramen – If you’re into garlic flavored Ramen, this is perfect for you.
Shiro Ramen – The basic Ramen. No frills, just awesome Ramen.
Ebi Tempura (Php280)
Chicken Karaage (Php240) – I love how they serve this Karaage. It was cut perfectly and cooked crispy yet still succulent. Its sauce is a thousand plus point, too.
Teriyaki Chicken Don (Php180) – Golden fried chicken tossed in Teriyaki sauce.
Katsudon (Php220) – That’s one tender pork fried perfectly. Served with Tamago on top.
Gyu Don (Php180) – This thin sliced beef has the sauce served separately so you may adjust it to your liking. The sauce tasted like the ones in Sukiyaki, it has a bit of a sweet flavor to it.
We had an amazing time munching on these dishes served by Ramen Kuroda. If you’re within the area, visit this new store located in SM Bicutan to satisfy your Japanese cravings!
Address: Lower Ground Floor, Mall A, SM City Bicutan, Don Bosco, Parañaque City