The sky has been crying a lot lately and no one knows if it’s because of sadness or happiness, all we know is that a good ole bowl of warmth and coziness will be the perfect pair to the cold breeze the rain brings along.
With a yummy bowl to keep you warm, another great thing to do is some trusty, tasty slurping goodness and so you probably know where we are going with this and we hope you are as excited as we are as we take on another ramen shop in the famous food strip that is Maginhawa.
Yummy Tokyo actually started as an online seller of DIY Ramen Noodles. Yes, you have read that right – DIY Ramen Noodles. Their DIY Ramen Noodles were well loved by many, especially because people can have it in the comfort of their home where they can slurp as loud as they can and they can be as messy and as comfy as they want without the prying judgy eyes of some, and until now Yummy Tokyo has these in different yummy variants, so be sure to get some for take home!
Anyway, from being an online seller, they finally got to have their physical store here in Maginhawa back in 2018 with a 12 al fresco seating capacity that is just lovely, exuding simplicity and intimacy with your company and with your food.
Open from 4PM to 12AM, Yummy Tokyo has different variants of delectable ramen, but before that, let’s first ease our way by having a hearty snack of theirs. Their Gyoza (2 pieces Php 39 | 6 pieces Php 99) is a mixture of minced pork and spices, hand wrapped in thinly rolled dough skin, and served with their signature shoyu-based sauce.
Now that we have got a taste of an offering of theirs other than ramen, let’s put a halt on the waiting and just go crazy for ramen as we start with the ones that are of light broth. The Shoyu Ramen (Php 149) Seafood Ramen (149) , and Miso Ramen (Php 149) are just lip-smacking good, especially if you are the kind of person who is a fan of subtle, but surely delectable flavors in every mouthful.
For ramen variants that are certain to give you that much needed kick, Yummy Tokyo also has some noods for you! The Spicy Miso Ramen (Php 169), Tantanmen (Php 189), and Curry Ramen (Php 189) will have your cheeks blushing and your tummy all warmed up and giddy.
Other than your classic light broth ramen as well as spicy ones, Yummy Tokyo has Tonkotsu Ramen (Php 149) which is of savory pork bones soup and Cold Ramen (Php 149) which is of could shoyu soup – both having unforgettable taste that would have you slurping for more.
Yummy Tokyo truly has gone a long way from their starting point, but still they keep a humble mindset while trying to reach more people as they want to share what they have while growing with their loyal customers as well.
Other than that, as a treat… well, scratch that because as a challenge, Yummy Tokyo dares you to take on their Unli Ramen Challenge by finishing 5 bowls of their sumptuous ramen in two hours or pay Php 399 if you are not able to – either way, we think it still is a win, because in both endings you are going home with a full tummy.
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Featured Branch: Maginhawa – Yummy Tokyo
Address: 103 Maginhawa, Diliman, Lungsod Quezon, 1101 Kalakhang Maynila
Contact Number: (02) 650 2471
Hours of Operation: Mondays to Sundays, 4PM to 12AM