Cafe Chong Sam is one of those simple, Chinese restaurants that you’d most definitely eat at if you’re looking for a cheap place to grab a bite. They have a wide selection of braised noodles and noodle soup that are just alright – not too bland or too delicious.
Cerchio is tucked inside a very small street in Quezon City. If you’re familiar with Mesa, Classic Cuisine, Benny’s and many other Asian Fusion restaurants, Cerchio shouldn’t be a stranger to you. And the price points are reasonable enough to enjoy with your family.
For neighborhood predominant with residential homes, LOLA Cafe and Bar is situated strategically for homebodys. The interiors itself look extremely residential and have been converted in such a comfort venue that usually gets crowded at night.
For a P280 Tantanmen, RYU Ramen is certainly cheap for a ramen place. All of my friends and I ordered Tantanmen, since this is their most popular ramen, and it did not disappoint. I made mine extra spicy. (I like making things spicy because it adds to the excitement of eating it!)
We only ordered one dish – the Seafood rice, which according to their waitress, is their bestseller. On a lighter note, the waitress hurriedly took our order because Portuguese restaurants close early at 3pm. Well, that was educational.
Don’t confuse Curry Monster with Monster Curry in Singapore. Curry Monster is popular in Macau as a quick fix to your Tonkatsu cravings. If you know me, I’m never a fan of Tonkatsu set meals since they’re rather overpriced. It’s just full of unlimited cabbage that you can easily buy in a grocery!
Established in 2006 by Ramen Master Chef Ikuta Satoshi in Shibuya, Tokyo, Ramen Nagi has been hailed as Hong Kong’s best ramen and has won the Best Ramen Spot in two consecutive years (2011, 2012) at the National Ramen of the Year Competitions. Enjoy the Red King, Black King, Green King and the Original Butao Ramen only at Ramen Nagi.