You Can Get Ramen for P99 at This Popular Convenience Store

Think we're getting closer to the mystical 7-Elevens of Japan?

(SPOT.ph) Craving a quick ramen fix is now officially easier to satisfy. 7-Eleven has announced new fare on their convenience store menu: Ramen. Yup, you read that right! They are now serving up hot bowls of Tonkotsu and Miso Ramen at P99 each in selected Luzon branches. And to go with your noodle fix, you can also get two seasoned hard boiled eggs for P35—a complete comfort food experience whenever the hunger strikes.

EATadakimasu! You can now get Miso and Tonkotsu ramen at 7-Eleven for only P99! Goes well with our seasoned hard boiled...

Posted by 7-Eleven Philippines on Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Both bowls come with grilled pork belly and fresh egg noodles. The main difference is their type of broth, with tonkotsu having pork bones as base while miso is typically made with dashi stock and miso paste. And for P99 each, it definitely sounds like a good deal. Plus points for the "EATadakimasu" pun 7-Eleven put in the caption!

It isn't strange to have a special visit to 7-Eleven as top priority when visiting Japan. There's something almost theme park-like with all the stuff—and food—you can spot in a typical Japanese 7-Eleven, from soft shokupan, different flavors of onigiri, rice bowls, and, of course, top quality ramen (especially when you think about the typical convenience store standards). So the introduction of this classic Japanese dish to local branches understandably has everyone excited! The new ramen dishes are now available at selected branches in Luzon but fingers crossed it will be available everywhere soon.

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