Wrong Ramen opens spicy noodle pop-up at Hole in The Wall
Plus, see what replaced Spruce.
Budae Jiggae and Prawn and Fish Head Laksa
(SPOT.ph) If you haven't been to Hole in The Wall recently, you might be surprised to know that modern Asian restaurant Kwong's Provisions and Vietnamese haunt Phobobo have shut down. A new concept is set to open at the end of the year, but in the meantime, a spicy ramen pop-up is filling the void.
Rebel ramen joint Wrong Ramen has created Fire in the Hole, a 30-day pop-up from November 20 to December 31, offering three kinds of noodle soups and a spicy dessert. We've already seen a Budae Jiggae (a fiery Korean soup with bean sprouts, Spam, and sausage), Thai Red Curry with Braised Pork Rib, and a Prawn and Fish Head Laksa. How about some Spicy Dandan Rice to go with that?
If you're too cool for dessert, wait till you try the hot Lemon and Chili Coconut Ice Cream.
Health corner Spruce will also soon be replaced by Garde Manger, which will open on November 23. Garde Manger, by chefs Miko Aspiras and Kristine Lotilla, promises lighter alternatives to dining at the upscale food concept. We hear they will be serving up gluten-free brownies, salads, juices, and even oysters.
Chefs Miko and Kristine already share two other projects at Century City Mall—cookie-and-milk emporium Scout's Honor, which is also in Hole in The Wall, and French-Japanese restaurant Le Petit Souffle on the third floor.
Photos from Instagram @holeinthewallph