Prepare Your Taste Buds as Tsuta Opens its Doors in Manila
Get ready to slurp your way through a bowl of some Michelin-starred ramen.
by Desiree Pore | January 03, 2018
Tsuta, the world’s first Michelin-starred ramen house, has arrived in the Philippines!
The ramen house was founded in Tokyo back in 2012 by Chef Onishi Yuk. It has since branched out to countries such as Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Tsuta was included in the 2016, 2017, and 2018 editions of the Michelin Guide, the world’s gastronomic bible, earning the coveted stars.
The 48-seater restaurant in Bonifacio Global City will include Tsuta’s signature soba and sauces: Shoyu (infused with truffle oil), Shio (seasoned with Okinawa sea salt), and Miso (Hatcho miso) ramen. The restaurant’s world-famous broth, on the other hand, is made of stock from whole chicken, asari clams, herbs and spices, all cooked under strict temperature control and with no MSG, so all you get is umami.
Tsuta Ramen’s first Philippine store was made possible by Foodee Global Concepts, the group behind bringing over other Michelin-starred restaurants such as Tim Ho Wan and FOO’D by Davide Oldani to our shores. For more information about their sumptuous meals, visit Tsuta Ramen’s Facebook and Instagram pages.
C3 Upper Ground Level, 7th Ave, Bonifacio High Street Central, BGC, Taguig
Open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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