The wave of Japanese noodle shops in the country continues and a new authentic Japanese ramen concept storms into town.
We had the chance to try a new Ramen house at SM City North EDSA before I get back to Ilocos. Taisho Ramen & Teppanyaki House located at the Skygarden is the newest addition to the growing number of Japanese restaurants in the metro. We had the chance to try some of their house specialty after watching 'The Trial' movie.
The store is located at the far end of the Skygarden just outside The Block.
Chefs of Taisho are Japanese.
While there are restaurants serving authentic teppanyaki, sushi and ramen, these were often beyond the budget of the average Filipino. But Taisho Ramen & Teppanyaki House brings affordable Japanese dishes.
My classmate Marielle tried Tonkotsu Ramen (P255) while her friend ordered Karamen (P285). Taisho's Miso Ramen only costs P225. They also offer Kimuchi Ramen (P280), Takana Ramen (P280), Chashu Ramen (P310), Chamen (P355) and Ninniku Ramen (P285).
I tried their Aojiru wheatgrass (P75) drink. I ordered it after reading the nutritional benefits of wheatgrass which is included in the menu.
For their starters, they offer 8-piece Gyouza (P195), Harumaki Yasai (P195), Chahan (P295) and a Kid's Meal (175).
For Donburi Ball menu, they have Katsudon (P275), Oyakudon (P270) and Tendon (P280).
For Teppanyaki, they offer it in set (P230 to P499) and ala carte (P180 to P449) - Chicken Momoyaki, Wafu Chicken Steak, Tebasaki Teppanyaki and Karage.
Taisho Ramen & Teppanyaki House opens at 10AM to 10:30PM.