Heads Up: You Can Score Free Ippudo Ramen This Weekend
Mark your calendars!
(SPOT.ph) You’ve got endless decks due, tons of reports to write, and presentations to finish—but hey! The weekend's coming, and what better way to celebrate it than with a hearty bowl of ramen? Heads up: you can score a free bowl at Ippudo this weekend. You’ll have to first like and follow them on Facebook and Instagram, then share the post below and tag three friends. Be one of the first 200 to line up at Ippudo’s new Robinsons Magnolia branch on February 29 and show them a screenshot of your repost, and you get a bowl of ramen (choose from the Shiromaru Motoaji, Akamaru Shinaji, or Karaka-Men)—on them. Doors open at 10 a.m., so set those alarms!
Ippudo is a Japanese ramen joint established by Shigemi Kawahara in Hakata (known as the ramen capital) in 1985. They made their way to the Philippines in 2014, and quickly became known for their hearty bowls with a tonkotsu base. Their Shiromaru Motoaji—a classic Hakata-style ramen which has their original tonkotsu broth and thin noodles—ranked first place on our 2016 Top 10 Ramen Places in Manila list, so you know it’s good.
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Ippudo is at UG/F Robinsons Magnolia, New Manila, Quezon City. For more information, check out Ippudo Philippines' Facebook page.