Uh-Huh, Mendokoro Ramenba Makati Has Moved to a Bigger Space

And ICYDK, it's home to two exclusive ramen bowls.

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PHOTO BY Majoy Siason, Instagram/mendokoro_ramenba

(SPOT.ph) It's hard to believe it's been a little more than seven years since Mendokoro Ramenba opened their doors for the first time. The ramen-ya's captivated the Filipino audience with their rich and hearty ramen bowls that deliver complex, full-on flavors. If anything, their O.G. Makati branch in Salcedo Village is on the slightly compact side with just 25 seats, which is rather limited when you consider just how much their ramen was in demand. Though that didn't stop their many regulars from waiting in line just to get their fix, we couldn't be happier to find out that the Makati branch recently moved to a newer, bigger space—with more seats!

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Mendokoro's Makati branch recently moved to a bigger space.  
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Mendokoro Ramenba Makati is now in a bigger space:

Mendokoro Ramenba's Makati branch made the move on February 13, still at the V Corporate Centre in Salcedo Village, but in a bigger space—specifically beside La Creperie. Inside the restaurant are 37 seats, but you'll find al-fresco seating outside as well if you're looking to slurp up your ramen in the company of fresh air! All in all, the restaurant can accommodate fourty to fifty people "depending on the allowed al-fresco seats," Nippon Hasha Inc.'s Niguel Angelo Arevalo shares in an exchange with SPOT.ph.

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Mendokoro Ramenba Makati made the move on February 13. 
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The menu remains the same, so you don't have to worry about your go-to orders going anywhere—but ICYDK, the branch is also home to two exclusive ramen variants. The Garlic Shoyu employs a soy tare, whose signature umami is amped up with the addition of pungent bits of garlic—plus beansprouts, cabbage, and their signature chashu for a crisp-meaty bite. Don't miss the Buta Kakuni either; this decidedly porcine-heavy bowl features slow-simmered buta kakuni (braised pork belly), on a rich miso-infused broth peppered with garlic, chives, and chili.

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A soy tare meets its savory match with garlic in the Soy Garlic Ramen. 
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There's also the Buta Kakuni Ramen, featuring pork belly that's simmered low and slow until ultra-tender. 
PHOTO BY Screenshot/mendokoro_ramenba on Instagram

Mendokoro Ramenba is a ramen joint from the folks behind fellow ramen restaurant Yushoken.

Mendokoro Ramenba is at G/F V Corporate Centre, Salcedo Village, Makati City. For more information, check out Mendokoro Ramenba's Facebook page.

Restaurant photos by Majoy Siason

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