(SPOT.ph) For years now, ramen has cemented its place as a staple in the local food scene. In a sea of ramen shops, Wrong Ramen managed to stand out, with their irreverent take on the classic Japanese dish. Unfortunately some good things have to come to an end: After seven years of serving ramen, Wrong Ramen will officially close shop on May 30. Owner Charles Paw confirmed via text message to SPOT.ph the closure of the ramen house.
In a post on the ramen shop's official Facebook page—that's as cheeky as always—Wrong Ramen says, "To be honest, we consider it a miracle that we got this far. We never really thought about living this long, and we feel fabulous in death. So here we are."
See their full statement below:
Drop by for a good bowl of ramen for one last time before saying goodbye. We recommend their FU Ramen (P490), a delicious medley of East and West with Spam, crispy bacon, a fried egg, black pepper, and Parmesan cheese.
Wrong Ramen is at Forbes Town Road, Bonifacio Global City.