Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Ramen Tei and Refreshing Desserts

IT'S SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HOT! Do you believe that a way to feel cooler is to take a warm bath or eat warm food? Sounds crazy but it's worth a try.

We went to Ramen Tei, at Ortigas Home Depot:

He chose the Kimchi Ramen Php 225.00 regular/Php170.00 snack size

Ramen noodles with kimchi, pork and bean sprouts. He loved how the broth is spicy like korean kimchi soup...gave a good sweat! hehehehe Maybe that help lower the body temperature right?

I chose the Wakame Ramen Php205.00 regular/ Php155.00 snack size
Mine was ramen noodles with shoyu sauce broth, with lobe leaf seaweed with gave the soup a fresh grassy flavor =)

To go with out noodle soups, we had Kakiage Php 135.00
I love Kakiage. Theirs had lots of shrimp and squid too...so it's more of a seafood-veggie fry. It was yummy but we wished it was fried crispier---if it had been crispier...it would have been awesome. It was ok since the veggie variety was nice and it wal loaded with shrimps and squid. I had all the shrimps--yay.

We loved out meal, but just dreamed of a crunchier furai....=)

Now some cool things to have....

Golden Spoon Frozen Yogurt....

Mini Peanut Butter Fro-Yo Php 85.00
It was light and yummy =)

Our favorite Via Mare, we tried their new flavored Guinomis...
Buco Pandan Guinomis Php 85.00
Ube Guinomis Php 85.00
They were both good, but I found the flavor of gelatine too artificial tasting. I would go for the regular guinomis anytime, but these babies are worth the adventure =)

Anything to cool down...anything as an excuse to eat more ;P hahahaha

Ramen Tei
Unit 177Bldg. D.,
Ortigas Home Depot Complex,
Julia Vargas St. Pasig
Tel# (632) 706-5930

Golden Spoon Frozen Yogurt
ground floor Edsa Shangrila Mall

Cafe Via Mare
#190 Tomas Morato cor. Sct. Gandia St.,
Tel# (632) 416-1355

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