This Michelin-starred ramen house has an authentic Japanese ambiance that will transport you to Japan with every bite.
Another ramen restaurant is making waves in Japanese dining here in Manila. Setting it apart from the other ramen houses, Tsuta is the first to earn a Michelin star in Japan back in 2015.
This restaurant accommodates up to 48 customers, as the chef preferred to keep the place small and intimate. However, Tsuta’s branch here in Manila is the biggest one yet, with its Tokyo and Singapore branch seating only 18 people.
The ambiance of a backstreet-style Japanese restaurant gives off an authentic Tokyo vibe. Its bar seats are most coveted for diners to witness the kitchen’s live-action cooking and interact with the chefs. And, just like in Japan, payment is made right after ordering and before getting seated.
The main event of the restaurant is their Michelin-starred ramen. Unlike other ramen houses, Tsuta’s base sauces are more of a clear soup broth than a milky-kind of ramen base.
They have three kinds of bases available: Shio (salt-based), Shoyu (soy-based), and Miso; each one bringing delectable goodness.
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Made by the chef with his own ramen base and truffle oil, Tsuta’s soba noodles is another thing that sets their ramen apart.
Another good thing about their ramen selection is the choice of toppings you like added to your bowl; the number of slices of pork, to extra noodles and flavored eggs is up to you.
Aside from their ramen, they also have a selection of side and rice dishes, which are as equally good.
You can enjoy these Michelin-Starred with three various toppings: Soba (which is the basic bowl with bamboo shoots, truffled mushrooms in truffle oil, and a slice of char siu); Ajitama (if you wanted to have an egg); Char Siu ( with four slices of char siu); and Char Siu Ajitama (to have four slices of char siu plus an egg).
Tsuta is located at C3, Bonifacio High Street Central, 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City