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Starting the year right with a bowl of ramen

In Asian culture, noodles in whatever form and however prepared are an integral part of any celebration as they imbibe good luck and long life. Welcoming the New Year with noodles is a good way of beckoning good karma into one’s life. 

Traditions aside, noodles are a great treat to enjoy any day of the year, any time of the day. 

Executive chef Keita Kamimoto brings his extensive culinary experience to Kitsho as he whips up ramen and other dishes with his f&b team. 
Kitsho Japanese Restaurant offers noodles in the form of six savory bowls of ramen. Not only do they chase the chill and blues out of cold weather but also satiate cravings with their delicious broth, tasty noodles, and meat morsels. 

Concocted with different stock bases, each flavorful bowl offers a distinct epicurean experience. Those who prefer a more soup-based ramen could opt for the Miso Ramen bowl with its lingering green onion aftertaste. Others who prefer some zing should opt for either the Tantanmen or Negi varieties.

Miso Ramen
Spicy Shoyu Ramen
Diners who want their noodle dishes with some meat slices could go for the filling goodness of Tonkotsu or Shoyu bowls. The tender meat morsels make every bowl a complete meal in itself. 

Executive chef Keita Kamimoto, whose extensive culinary experience has brought him to many places across the world, brings this experience as he whips up the tastiest ramen bowls in Kitsho’s kitchen.

Tantanmen Ramen
Tonkotsu Ramen
Kitsho Japanese Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner daily from 11:30 in the morning ‘till 11:00 in the evening. In the coming months, Kitsho will start serving breakfast with unlimited cups of coffee.

Kitsho is managed and operated by MCK Millennium Food, Inc. and is located on the ground level of Hotel Jen Manila, right across the sprawling CCP Complex along Roxas Boulevard. Call (02) 994-3623 for inquiries and reservations.

Topics: Kitsho Japanese Restaurant , ramen
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