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December 14, 2017

Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles- World's 1st Michelin-Starred Ramen Opens in Manila!

Good news to all ramen fans! The first Michelin-starred ramen restaurant in the world has finally come to Manila! After bringing in some of the best Michelin-starred restaurants in the world such as Tim Ho Wan, FOO'D by Davide Oldani, and Hawker Chan (also opening soon), FOODEE Global Concepts has yet again brought another world renowned concept that will surely capture the hearts of the Filipino community. 


The first Tsuta shop was opened by Chef Onishi Yuki in Sugamo, Tokyo back in January 2012.  It was his vision of showcasing to the world a dish that is authentically Japanese that inspired him to come up with a unique recipe of the ubiquitous Japanese fare. 

Tsuta's award-winning signature Shoyu Soba (soy-based sauce flavored ramen) boasts of the highest quality and freshly made noodles in deliciously rich broth from a blend of stock made with asari clams and chicken. The light and refreshing broth is then flavored by soy sauce made out of soybeans fully matured for two years in the shoyu brewery in Wakayama, especially for the restaurant. The resulting broth is clear, allowing other ingredients like the char siu, bamboo shoots, leeks, and truffles pureed in truffle oil to take center stage in the mouth in a well-orchestrated explosion of flavors.


Now, Manila foodies are closer to tasting this award-winning dish, as Tsuta opens in High Street Central, BGC on December 16, 2017.

As a surprise treat to all eager foodies, Tsuta Philippines will be giving special prizes to the first 100 people who will line up on its opening day on December 16 (Saturday) at the Bonifacio High Street.


First ten (10) guests in line get a one-year supply of Tsuta ramen of their choice (shoyu/shio/miso)
Next twenty (20) get six months’ worth of Tsuta Ramen of their choice (shoyu/shio/miso)
Suceeding twenty (20) get 3 months’ worth of Tsuta Ramen of their choice (shoyu/shio/miso)
Remaining fifty (50) each gets a voucher for one free ramen bowl of signature Tsuta ramen.

Queue will be accommodated as early as 6AM, and numbers will be issued to the first 100 in line. The store officially opens to the public at 11:30AM.

For the official terms and conditions, follow Tsuta Philippines on Facebook and Instagram.