Wednesday, August 30, 2017


         The Sriracha craze continues at Tokyo Tokyo! 

        Hot off the success of their successful Sriracha Donburi, Tokyo Tokyo turns the heat up once again, this time in the form of their all new Sriracha Beef Ramen!   

       With the Rainy season already here, Tokyo Tokyo’s new Sriracha Beef Ramen offers their customers a comforting alternative, that is perfect for those seeking solace during the times of gloomy weather. Made with a creamy pork broth that melds harmoniously with the blazing sriracha sauce, the soup alone will take your taste buds aback a little bit. However, as one scoop becomes another, you’ll find yourself longing for more.  

        The rich, robust broth serves as the base of the Ramen, however not to be missed out on is in the medley of meats and vegetables that cohesively fuse the dish together. The savoriness of Tokyo Tokyo’s beef strips adds to the heartiness of the Ramen.  

         While the generous helping of ground pork, which has a touch of heat to it, adds a wonderful vibrance, that is complimented by the drizzling of Rayo oil, further tantalizing your palate with a kick of spiciness, without overwhelming your senses.

          My wife believes that Ramen is never complete without a Nitamago Egg, and Tokyo Tokyo has got that covered. A helping of crisp fresh vegetables, namely Cabbage, Carrots, Leeks and a small sheet of Nori round up the dish, creating a delicious bowl composed of complex yet complimenting flavors, fiery yet comforting at the same time. 

  The Sriracha Beef Ramen is available ala carte for only P145 for the Snack  Size bowl, and P195 for the Regular Bowl. You may also enjoy it as a set, by adding Karaage or Gyoza for only P205 (snack size) or P255 (regular)!

         Available at All Tokyo Tokyo Branches Nationwide!

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