Tsuta's Limited-Edition Spicy Ramen Is Here to Heat Things Up
Can you guess the Filipino dishes it was inspired by?
(SPOT.ph) Summer is here, and while the hot weather might make some turn to cool treats, others prefer to sweat it out with something fiery. Tsuta is adding spice to summer with their newest limited-edition ramen: The Sang La Tan Tan Soba (P390).
Tsuta's founder and chef Yuki Onishi returned to the Philippines recently to sample some classic Filipino dishes, which inspired his newest bowl. The Sang La Tan Tan Soba is packed to the brim with flavor from Tsuta's signature dashi or soup broth made richer with peanut paste (made from peanuts ground in-store), minced crispy pork, and a dash of white cane vinegar for a tang that refreshes your palate. Of course, what is tantanmen without lots of heat, and the Sang La Tan Tan Soba delivers with generous heap of chili and chili oil. Think of this ramen as kare-kare and sisig fused with ramen, to create a bowl you're unlikely to find anywhere else.
The Sang La Tan Tan Soba is set to be available starting April 7, Saturday, and only 50 bowls will be made per day.
Tsuta is at Cluster C, 7th Avenue, Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City.
Photos by Criselda Carreon