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Kichitora of Tokyo at SM Megamall

After our son’s dental check-up at SM Megamall last June 12 (Philippine Independence Day), we proceeded to Kichitora of Tokyo at Mega Atrium for a ramen date. Hubby suggested we try this place because he and his officemates have been there before, and they loved the food.

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Gyouza (5 pcs.), Php150.00

Our son loved these Japanese-style dumplings with dipping sauce, and I could understand why. This Gyouza was crisp on the outside and packed with juicy and tasty meat on the inside. Delicious!

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Paitan (White Soup) Chicken Ramen, Php360.00

This Paitan (White Soup) Chicken Ramen was highly recommended by the wait staff. It’s a creamy white soup with thin noodles, chicken toppings, naruto (fish cake) and veggies. This was so flavorful! My bowl also had a generous amount of soft chicken meat. I really enjoyed this!

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Special Miso Chashu Ramen with Ma Oil (Ma-Yu), Php395.00

Another savory treat from Kichitora was Special Miso Chashu Ramen with Ma Oil, hubby’s choice. In contrast with Paitan (White Soup) Chicken Ramen, this had slightly thicker noodles with tender pork toppings and veggies. Hubby liked it a lot! As a matter of fact, he keeps coming back to Kichitora for this ramen dish.

While there were four of us who ate at Kichitora, we really didn’t spend much because each ramen bowl was actually good for two persons. Our son was able to taste both ramen dishes and the Gyouza, and he was delighted with the food, and so did the adults. We will definitely come back here again.

Kichitora of Tokyo
2nd Level, Mega Atrium
SM Megamall
Mandaluyong City
Telephone No.: (02) 451-2218


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10 Responses

  1. i love gyoza–my friend orders it for me and calls it “dyoza”. LOL
    the special miso ramen looks appetizing. these are perfect for snack today, a rainy Sunday.

  2. delicious! love big servings, specially if it’s a fave! 🙂

    thanks so much for sharing and linking over at Food Friday, sis
    enjoy the rest of the week!

  3. Food seems a bit pricey (?) comparing it with other ramen houses which offers complete meals 🙂 But looks yummy just the same. Now I feel hungry 🙂

  4. Yay! I just finished a post about Japanese food also. And we love Japanese food! Will try this the next time we visit Megamall. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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