Mitsuyado Sei-Men

Ramen’s the “it” food these days. Everywhere you look, there’s pictures of ramen. Spot.ph had a list of top ramen places in the metro. I tried 2 of the top 10 already and decided I wanted to try the number 2 in the list: Mitsuyado Sei-Men. I’ve been hearing a lot about their double cheese tsukemen and I’ve been wanting to to try it.
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Double Cheese Tsukemen (380 Pesos)
How to eat: pour the cheese sauce over the noodles and mix well. Dip the noodles in the broth and enjoy your tsukemen. 🙂
The broth was very tasty. It was porky and sour but if you eat it on its own, it’s too much. It’s not something you can eat everyday, that’s for sure. But it’s pretty good
The cheese noodles was interesting. It actually tasted similar to Kraft’s Mac n Cheese but less tasty.
Eating the noodles with the broth kind of diluted the cheesy taste so I don’t get the point of having the double cheese. When you eat the cheese noodles alone, it doesn’t taste like much.
All in all, the ramen didn’t live up to my expectations. The noodles are too thick for my liking. The cheese plus the broth didn’t make much sense.
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Char Siu Plate (Approx 200 Pesos)
I wasn’t a big fan of this char siu plate. The consistency was a bit off for me, reminded me too much of liver for some reason. Let’s just say I had one piece of char siu then took the rest home.
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Gyoza
I’m a big gyoza fan but I’m really hard to please. It’s hard to find really good gyoza and this one is still not the best but still above average. It had a bit of broth inside, reminiscent of xiao long bao, but the wrapper was a bit too thick for me and I wish it was a bit crisper. Still, it was flavorful and tasty.

All in all, if you’re around the area, Mitsuyado would be a good place to try out. The place is nice, resembling a Japanese eatery with its setup and decoration. Free wifi is available for those who need to stay connected at all times. Food is really not that bad, it’s one of the better ramen places. But I personally wouldn’t go out of my way to eat there. I’d rather go to my other favorite ramen places which I’ll blog about soon.

Queenie

P.S there’s a Japanese bakeshop, Yamato, right beside it. Their maple croissants are pretty good!

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