Ikkoryu Ramen opens at Rockwell

I would rarely attend a two blogger events of a restaurant but I had to make Ikkoryu Fukuka Ramen an exception because their ramen is so good.  At the 2nd visit, I learned that the beautiful designs on the walls were done by Japanese artist Sensyu Yasuko. The message on the walls were to always smile and that is exactly what the staff here are doing.

Ikkoryu came from three words and those words combined means "our number one style".  That has worked wonders for them so far as the Rockwell branch of Ikkoryu continues to attract long lines of customers who love the ramen there.

PR Director Kenji Komuro and CEO Masanori Ogata were present to answer all our questions.  They answered pretty much everything from their favorite dish down to whether or not they will open branches in the provinces of the Philippines.  They were very friendly and they posed for pictures after the meal too.

Ajitama Tonkotsu Ramen (P380) is by far their best ramen.  The highlight is the two half boiled eggs and those are things I could swallow in whole.

Their Karaage (P180) was soft in the outside and juicy from the inside.  It was one thing that I would not mind eating all day.

Their Gyoza (P150) is unbelievable because you get 6 pieces at only 150 pesos.  That is a great steal compared to the other gyozas of other restaurants.

For garlic lovers, the Black Garlic (P380) will satisfy your cravings.  I love garlic myself so I recommend this ramen dish plus the fact that the meat was so tender.

Since I am not a fan of spicy food, I did not taste their Spicy Tobanjan Tonkotsu (P380).  However, it looks like my fellow bloggers were able to enjoy it.

While the other bloggers left, I stayed for a scoop of Sea Salt ice cream (P100).  It has become my new favorite ice cream flavor and that is not going to change anytime soon. 

Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen
G/F Powerplant Mall

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