It was a chilly and rainy evening when my fellow foodie KC and I visited Robinson's Magnolia for an errand and food trip. It was my first time to visit this new mall and I was excited to discover new places there.
Nothing fits more perfectly than having ramen on a rainy night, so we decided on trying Miso-Ten.
Miso-Ten is from the same people behind Kogi Bulgogi, Tokyo Cafe and Stackers Burger Cafe. It specializes in both ramen and tempura, hence the name. :)
KC had the Miso-Ten Original (Php 275) while I chose to try the Sesame Miso (Php 275).
Miso-Ten Original is topped with pork chasyu, green onions, sesame seeds, garlic pasta and ajitamago. Sesame Miso has the same toppings, but with nutty sauce. We were kinda overwhelmed with our bowls that we wished we shared a single bown instead. Other ramen bowls are also of same price.
We also ordered Gyoza (Php 140) and Excellent Tendon (Php 265).
Excellent Tendon has 3 pieces Ebi with eggplant, string beans and pumpkin on top of rice. I think the price is worth it, and I really loved anything deep-fried. hehe.
Miso-Ten also offers Ramen Special Sets and Tendon Set Meals. I have also read that you can create your own ramen, but it wasn't offered to us during our visit. However, the staff was really accommodating (and was very patient with the makulit customer beside our table).
Once again, Miso-Ten is at Robinson's Magnolia. I'm planning to go back there soon for some early Christmas shopping, though I'm also checking out Zalora's Christmas Gift Guide too on what to get my friends. I'd definitely drop by Miso-Ten again for a ramen or tempura fix, or maybe both. :)
2nd Floor, Veranda
Other branch is at Robinson's Manila