Kureji, homegrown and fast-expanding Japanese dining chain, reimagines the Filipino local sizzling dish with a Japanese classic.
Photo from Kureji Facebook
Kureji sizzles up ramen for a new Japanese dining experience
Gerald Dizon (Philstar.com) - August 20, 2019 - 11:30am

MANILA, Philippines — As a Filipino foodie, a sizzling dish can easily become your favorite. Just imagining that dramatic hiss of steam made by the high-heat plate of a hearty dish is enough to make you crave.

If you're the kind of foodie who loves Japanese food, then a steaming bowl of ramen can easily become your favorite, too. The bowl, brimming with full-bodied broth and hand-made noodles and various toppings, warms the tummy and the heart.

What if these two favorites come together in one dining experience?

Kureji, homegrown and fast-expanding Japanese dining chain, reimagines the Filipino sizzling dish with a Japanese classic.

Introducing: the Sizzling Ramen. That’s right! Your hearty, staple Japanese noodle dish has just gotten the best upgrade. It’s sure to excite your adventurous palate.

Kureji—a Japanese monicker for “crazy”—is exactly what this Sizzling Ramen is all about: out-of-this-world goodness!

Customize your sizzling ramen meal to perfection through Kureji’s Make Your Own Ramen option. Photo from Kureji Facebook

The company, of course, owes the innovation to the long-standing tradition of ramen preparation. That is why, before anything else, chefs prepare only the freshest, high-quality ingredients for every sizzling stone bowl of comfort food: from premium white noodles cooked perfectly al dente, down to the aromatic slow-cooked broth.

For an added treat, you can even customize your sizzling ramen meal to perfection. Through Kureji’s Make Your Own Ramen option, you can choose whatever topping that suits your craving, as well a soup base of your liking. The restaurant takes care of the rest.

And that’s not all they’re bringing to the table.

Apart from the revolutionary Sizzling Ramen, Kureji is also known for its variety of familiar tsukemen specials, also known as "dipping ramen" because its soup is thicker than typical ramen. Another specialty is the kamameshi or “kettle rice,” which is a traditional Japanese dish cooked in an iron pot called kama.

There are also sizzling rice bowls, the classic tempura, varieties of Asian-flavored chicken wings, and exciting bento box sets, should you hunger for more Japanese dishes.

As part of Kureji's reimanged Japanese dining experience, it has also introduced the Cheesy Ramen on top of its 'sizzling' menu. Photo Release

Ready for your next Japanese gastronomic experience?

Visit Kureji at Japan Town in Ayala Malls Vertis North, Quezon City, at Rockwell Business Center in Pasig, or at 78 Malakas Street in Quezon City. If you want your sizzling ramen fix delivered directly to your home, Kureji can also be ordered through GrabFood.

First opened in Ayala Vertis North’s Japan Town in 2018, Kureji is the new home of traditional and modern Japanese cuisine in the metro. Under the leadership of Eric Teng, president and chief executive officer of Babyspice Food Corp., it is the fastest-growing new ramen restaurant chain in the country.

If you want your sizzling ramen fix delivered directly to your home, Kureji can also be ordered through GrabFood. Photo from Kureji Facebook

 

For more information visit their social media pages on Facebook and Instagram.

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