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Kenji Tei Ramen House in Greenbelt 5, Makati

Kenji Tei Ramen House in Greenbelt 5, Makati
Kenji Tei Ramen House in Greenbelt 5, Makati
One of my college friends, who happened to also be my colleague at work, suddenly developed a craving for ramen, and the next thing we knew, we were already in Kenji Tei Ramen House enjoying a warm bowl of ramen! Yes, it was that fast because our workplace is conveniently located near the Greenbelt malls.

Kenji Tei is housed in Greenbelt 5 of Makati City
Kenji Tei is housed in Greenbelt 5 of Makati City
Anyway, this will just be a brief blog post, since I don't know much about the story behind Kenji Tei. All I know is that it falls under the Top 10 Ramen of some food blogs (well, that is according to Myles Sia, the one who craved for some ramen).

Gomoku Shio Ramen || P280 - Regular || P375 - Large
Mixed Seafood, Vegetable and pork shio Ramen
Gomoku Shio Ramen of Kenji Tei
Gomoku Shio Ramen of Kenji Tei
This is what I particularly ordered for myself, and I have to admit that I loved how the broth tasted at first. However, after tasting the broth of my friends' ramen, it seemed a little dull in comparison. Still, I enjoyed the ramen because of the generous serving of the meat and seafood ingredients.

Note: Two of my friends mentioned that I shouldn't order seafood ramen because it's not a specialty of Ramen Houses. Hmmm, what's your view on this?


Miso Ramen || P265 - Regular || P355 - Large
The tasty Miso Ramen here in Kenji Tei Ramen House
The tasty Miso Ramen here in Kenji Tei Ramen House
Although I wasn't able to try everything this ramen could offer, I was able to taste the broth, and it was really potently good! I used to avoid the miso flavor for my ramen, but after this, I might go for one next time!

Spicy Negi Ramen || P275 - Regular || P365 - Large
Spicy Miso-based broth topped with Negi slices and Chashu
Spicy Negi Ramen of Kenji Tei
Adventurously spicy ramen -- Spicy Negi Ramen
This is what my friend, Myles, ordered because he wanted to have something different. Fortunately, he didn't regret his decision to go for this ramen! Yeah, I got to try the broth and it was really distinctly flavorful and spicy!

Shoyu Ramen || P245 - Regular || P325 - Large
Shoyu Ramen of Kenji Tei Ramen House
The highly-photogenic Shoyu Ramen of Kenji Tei!
This Shoyu Ramen was something I also enjoyed due to its simplicity (in appearance) while still maintaining the complexity of the taste!

Gyudon || P305
Well-presented unconventional Gyudon of Kenji Tei Ramen House
Well-presented unconventional Gyudon of Kenji Tei Ramen House
Although I appreciate how unconventional the Gyudon was prepared and presented, I failed to appreciate it to the fullest. It was probably because I'm used to the usual Gyudon wherein the beef are placed on top of the rice with raw egg yolk on top.

Renz Cheng (A Not-So-Popular Kid) in Kenji Tei
Ramen is best enjoyed with awesome people!
Interestingly, we invited our Japanese friend (an intern in the audit firm I work in) to join us for this lunch, and he gladly accepted. I asked what he can say about the ramen, and he mentioned that it was the same with what he is enjoying in Japan. He further added, "Maybe the chef is Japanese".

Kenji Tei - Ratings

Note: Unshaded stars are equivalents of half-stars. The ratings apply solely to this dining experience.
Place ★★
Food  ★★
Service ★★
Value for Money ★★
Budget needed: at least P300 per person for a bowl of ramen

How about you - do you recommend Kenji Tei?


Compared to other famous ramen places, Kenji Tei could be considered relatively affordable (while still being able to maintain the authenticity of the flavor).

Since the Gyudon wasn't as fantastic as I expected it to be, I'm being lured to think that you should only go for some ramen here in Kenji Tei. I don't know if this would be valid; hence I want to know more about your thoughts about the place.


Kenji Tei Ramen House
Location: Level 3, Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Makati City

Contact No.: (02) 754 3098

Service Charge: 10% before VAT



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2 comments:

  1. Stick to ramen, maki and sashimi. I have tried their katsudon. It was served similar to gyudon and the it was not good as well.

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  2. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on Kenji Tei, Sir Chua! :D

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