Monday, December 16, 2013

Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss, SM North EDSA

Whether you notice it or not, there's a ramen craze in the Philippines. Ramen restaurants are like the new milk tea cafes with different branches sprouting like mushrooms everywhere. 

I saw a branch at Market! Market! before.
Moshi means Hello
Koshi, according to them, is the sweet state of a noodle that is firm but not hard, with resistance to bite. Much like that of Italian food's al dente noodles.

I can attest to "resistance to bite," because on my first bite I immediately felt the springy feel of the noodles. I don't like soggy noodles so that's a plus.

And you're assured that you're getting nothing but fresh noodles because they made theirs in store daily. Truly the noodle boss!
Best consumed within six minutes.. wait!!
Sa sobrang competitive ko, napaso lang naman ako. Hahaha
Minsan talaga e hindi uso ang common sense.
Shoyu (Soy-based) Ramen
P 200+ I fogot the exact price.
Was it P 210? P 220? I don't remember.


I really enjoyed their noodles.
 That firm, chewy, springy or the best word, Koshi state of noodles is what made this so special.




On another note, I heard that Martilyo gang was at SM North around 7 PM tonight. Buti na lang talaga nakaalis na 'ko.

A friend reminded me that when MG was in SM Megamall last January, I was in Megamall too. HAHAHA. Di ko alam kung dahil lang 'to sa lakwatsera ko kaya kung sansan ako napapadpad o nagkataon lang talaga. Link here. Buti  nakauwi na ko agad bago pa naganap ang mga naganap. Tsktsktsk.

Sana mahuli na lahat sila at wag silang best actor pag nagkaganun.
Bawal mabuhay ng patas? Pikon pa rin ako sa mga magnanakaw na 'yan ah. Hindi naman sa nagsisisi ako sa cellphone ko pero shems, di ko talaga alam kung san ako pupulutin. Tas ayan sila, instant pera. Kung di ba naman. -_- 

Karma, karma din.

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