Monday, April 08, 2013

Family Sunday: Lunch at Kenji Tei Ramen House

Yesterday, my in-laws invited us to eat lunch at Kenji Tei Ramen House at Alabang Town Center. Trip trip lang ng mga in-laws ko because it was featured daw sa TV. Since it will be our first time to eat there and libre, game kami! Hehehe.

Here is the facade of the restaurant...

Hubby and Chris

Pasensya na at jinajabar ang hubby ko dito, may topak kasi yung aircon ng auto na ginamit namin eh tapos sinabayan pa ng sobrang init na panahon. Hehehe.

Inside the restaurant...

The sushi and maki preparation area...

We ordered the following:

Gomoku Shio Ramen - Mixed seafood, vegetable and pork shio ramen. (sorry for the picture since bawas na nung nakunan ko ng picture)

Regular P 268.00, Large P 358.00

Chashu Miso Ramen...

Regular P 248.00, Large P P338.00

 Yaki Gyoza (6 Pieces) - grilled pot stickers...

P 188.00

Ebi Tempura (5 Pieces)...

P 368.00

Crunchy Kani Maki...

P 288.00

Mixed Sashimi - Uni, salmon, tuna, shimi saba, shima aji, tamago, ebi, kani...

P 648.00

I love their food! It is nearly authentic Japanese food. What I like most is their Crunchy Kani Maki. Kahit yun lang, solve na ako eh. The ramen, sarap din! Very firm yung noodles nila. I like also their Ebi Tempura. Sino ba naman di ba ang may ayaw ng shrimps? Hehehe.

What I don't like about this restaurant is the service. Medyo hindi kasi masyadong asikaso eh. You need to ask and ask pa for water unlike sa iba na automatic na.

The price naman, it's quite expensive. Japanese food eh! Expensive talaga.

Overall, we are satisfied naman with our dining experience here.

Wait...wait...wait... Family picture of course...

Kenji Tei Ramen House
1F Cinema Complex
Alabang Town Center.
Alabang, Muntinlupa City

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