We all know that there is a Ramen Craze happening for quite some time now. Good thing, I’ve been “Ramening” before that happened ‘coz I really make sure that I will be able to treat myself a bowl or two at least from a newly opened place before calling it my happy place. I discovered the ones with bad broth or hard noodles. I learned to set aside my personal preferences whenever I eat a bowl and appreciate every factor that makes my bowl special.

And last March 29, a good friend of mine posted that there is a new Ramen place in BGC, Taguig — Shiroi Daichi. As someone who has been to a lot of ramen places, Shiroi Daichi really stood out among all of my favorites because of three reasons:

Shiroi Daichi is located at Twenty-Five Seven McKinley Building (25th Street corner 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City 1634). Feeling unfamiliar? Just go at the building beside where Mercato Centrale is. *winks* This is far from the BGC crowd of High Street and SM Aura Area so if you are thinking of going here for lunch, this is indeed a perfect spot. You can either walk or take a jeepney that goes to Guadalupe.

Great Service
If there is one thing I wanna commend about the staff, it would be their willingness to help you choose without pressuring you by offering almost the entire menu. I do not even feel shy that I just ordered one item on the menu. Also, they will give you a cup of hot tea and water without you to ask for it and the best part is, they even fill it the moment they see that your glass is empty.

Very Good Ramen
I had a bowl of their Sesame Miso Ramen which is a one of their Specialty Ramen. It won my heart ‘coz the broth was done perfectly — not too oily nor salty. It is not overwhelming that you can actually have a bowl for lunch everyday (if I can why not?!?) Also, the serving is so generous to fill an empty stomach (I was about to order a second bowl however, I decided to reserve my curiosity on another day). To read my more detailed review, check my review on Zomato. Sharing you some of the photos I have:

This wall mural was done by my student!
If you are that person who like to eat and interact with the surroundings at the same time, you have a spot!
Look at that bar!
Cozy seats
Look at that bowl!!! So generous with toppings
My bowl of Sesame Miso Ramen

I will definitely go back to try their Tantanmen or probably a bowl of Vegetable Ramen.

Follow Shiroi Daichi on Instagram and Facebook to be updated with their offerings. Currently, they are on Soft Opening and only accept cash payments as of the moment.

I grabbed the Featured Image at Shiroi Daichi’s Facebook Page while the rest of the photos are mine.

2 Replies to “#EverydayRamen”

  1. Hi Marj! Can we take out our ramens just in case? Thanks!

    1. Hello, Carla Love!!!

      You cannot take out your Ramen unless it is a leftover. So better dine-in na lang para fresh pa from the Kitchen.

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