There’s a new ramen joint in Alabang!
Sigekiya Ramen is located in Commercenter Alabang.
Sigekiya was established in 2010 by Master Mamoru Sugizaki in Yokohama, Japan.
This original ramen house was not only frequented by Japanese and Korean clientele, but many Filipinos in the area soon fell in love with the spiciness of Master Sugizaki’s signature Sigekiya Ramen.
When Gaylord discovered this Ramen shop a few years ago, it became his go-to place for the steaming bowl of hot noodle soup. His love for Sigekiya Ramen inspired him to explore opening the first Sigekiya branch here in the Philippines.
Together with his brother-in-law Miguel, they were able to invite Master Sugizaki-san to train their employees to make sure that they could offer the most authentic ramen.
When you visit Sigekiya be sure to try their best selling bowls of Sigekiya Ramen, Tsukumen and Tsukumen Gyokai.
Chashu Sushi was not like anything I had before. In fact, Nino enjoyed it so much, he said he would have enjoyed it even more if it was served in a “rice bowl” form.
For the life of me, I can’t figure out why I don’t have a photo of the gyoza. . It was juicy and subtle in flavor, while have the right amount of crispiness and texture that I like.
On this particular day, I enjoyed their signature Sigekiya Ramen. Luckily Sugizaki-san was there to prepare my bowl of piping hot ramen.
I really enjoyed the firm texture of the noodles. Migs explained to me that they fly in all their flour from Japan, and this has a direct effect on the way their in house noodles are made.
With a rich, meaty, and thick broth, the layering of flavors was evident in each bite.
Diners can choose their level of spiciness. I’m not such a ‘spicy’ girl, so I chose level 1 which is just like having a little extra black pepper added to your meal.
Level 1 – You just like having black pepper in your soup
Level 2 – Spicy but just fine
Level 5 – You like spicy dishes
Level 10 – You really like it hot and ON FIRE!
I suppose the best thing that I liked about what Sigekiya offers are the varied sizes of small, regular, medium and large servings to share. This option is perfect for the hungriest of diners, or those who want to have an afternoon snack.
So even when Diego joins us, he can have his own size and spiciness of his ramen.