- RBS #1 Php 380.00
- Super Chasyu Ramen Php 380.00
- Kakuni Buns Php 180.00
- Tempura Ice Cream Php 120.00
To top-off the evening, we tried their Tempura Ice Cream (PHP 120.00) for dessert. I was curious to see how this would stand against Omakase's own version of this dish and I wasn't disappointed. As opposed to Omakase's dessert bowl (just like ice cream), this one is more of a dessert dish because it is served with a wafer stick and melted chocolate dip. Still, I enjoyed it very much as they sliced it open into bite sizes and you have the option to dip it in chocolate to control the sweetness.
In the end, we were both failry satisfied by our dining experience.
Here's what I thought about this place.
- 3.5 for food quality. The firmness of the noodles was just right and the soup had a unique taste.
- 3.0 for ambiance since its still fairly new. However, it doesn't have its uniqueness to stand out and be remembered.
- 3.0 is value for money. The noodles is a bit on the high end, but it should be since this is their signature.
- 4.0 for service as Zani was really accommodating and kept on checking on us for whatever we needed.