Where to eat Soups food in Pasay: The Best Restaurants and Bars

December 11, 2019 Jasper Kershner

Find out what Soups restaurants to try in Pasay. Nickname(s): The Travel City
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1. IPPUDO Mall Of Asia

2nd Floor Main Mall, North Wing, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City, Pasay, Luzon Philippines Japanese, Asian, Soups Lunch, Dinner Seating, Table Service, Wheelchair Accessible +63 2 877 8299 http://www.ippudoph.com/
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4 based on 39 reviews

IPPUDO Mall Of Asia

Reviewed By JeanRocqueRaltique

My daughter brought us here for lunch. We arrived before 12 noon and the place was not crowded. The waiters and the manager were courteous.The food was nice and you can ask for more noodles for free. Few minutes after 12, the place was already full. It seems customers keep coming back, like my daughter.

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2. Ramen Nagi

Pacific Drive, Pasay, Luzon 1300 Philippines Japanese, Asian, Soups Lunch, Dinner Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service +63 2 550 2394 http://www.facebook.com/RamenNagiManila
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4 based on 56 reviews

Ramen Nagi

Reviewed By leehonghooi

When I back to MOA, I will for sure visit Ramen Nagi... The taste of the soup is so good and flavourful... Just try the Ramen, the side dishes are not so good!

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3. Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen

Newport Boulevard, Newport City 4F New Port Mall, Pasay, Luzon 1309 Philippines Japanese, Asian, Soups Lunch, Dinner Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service +63 2 832 0333 http://www.ikkoryu.ph/shop
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4 based on 26 reviews

Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen

Reviewed By Loislim

At the 4th floor of the Newport Mall at Resorts World is this Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen. We needed something comforting and piping hot. We ordered Ajitama Tonkotsu, Original Tonkotsu and Tan Tan Tonkotsu. The ramen was served in big bowls with chopsticks and a big red soup ladle each-- love those ladles. Bowls were big but the servings were good for one only as the soup bowl wasn't full. First slurp and it threw me off--- it was too salty!I took a bite of my meat slice and it was salty as well, then that big nori sheet on the side of the bowl- was way too salty also- ayayay, i took my drinking water and pour it in my soup to dilute it... but my soup became cold... ah never again.

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