My good friend Dex loves noodles, ramen in particular. I could say he has tried more ramen restos than I do. We resolved on meeting up for lunch to try this not-so-new ramen place, Kichitora of Tokyo.
It is easy to assume that this resto is a franchise from Japan, but upon researching, I found out that it's an original concept.
Kichitora's menu is sizeable, comparable to their resto space. We were thinking of having ramen, but the sweltering heat made us decide to have tsukemen. Anyway, I miss having tsukemen (last time I had tsukemen was in Mitsuyado Sei-Men).
For starters, we had Gyouza (Php 150 for 5 pcs).
It was well cooked and it wasn't oily, which I liked. However, our gyouza arrived a little late.