International food franchises have been aggressively storming into the Philippine market, as Filipinos are known to have a balance taste bud than other nationalities which may went from wryly bland to the extreme spectrum.
Kichitora Tokyo is one of the fairly new Ramen chain players that went into the mainstream food scene. And with rainy season, who else wouldn't want to have a Ramen into their guts.
On the onset, you will be graced with generally black design elements as their thematic interior. What will probably strike you is picture of a tiger on their wall, kind of reminiscent to the my Mac wallpapers(Mac being known to have used feline families as their OS variant). That tiger is the restaurant's iconology, with "Kichi" means lucky and "Tora" means tiger.
Gyoza, it's a Japanese pan-fried dumpling, savoring the delicious blend of meat, vegetables, herbs, and spices - Php150
Paitan Ramen Zenbu, a variation of the famous Paitan Chicken Ramen, made using original white broth, topped with additional pieces of pork chase, dried seaweed, molten lava egg, and given a dash of flavorful garlic oil - Php420.
To the unfortunate in me, they ran out of dried seaweed that they offered compensating it with bamboo shoots or green vegetables.
To the fortunate in me, the whole gamut is paid by my line manager.