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No Ramen No Life

December 20, 2014 marks the opening of Ramen Sora.  It is conveniently located along Waterfront Avenue in Subic.

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Ramen Sora, Subic is the second branch located overseas after Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.  This Japanese restaurant in Nevada boasts of a 5-star rating at travel website, tripadvisor.com.

Ramen Sora was born in 2003 in Sapporo, Japan.  Sapporo is Japan’s culinary center and is often considered the go-to district for those who want to indulge in the best Japanese foods.

Chef  Yoshi Ishise  is one of the executives who brought Ramen Sora to the Philippines.  He explains that  “Ramen is one of Japan’s staple dishes just like rice is to Filipinos.  We could not live without Ramen.”  Chef Yoshi believes that one’s ultimate goal in life is to be happy.   Thus, he  ensures that  everyone involved in the preparation of all the dishes at Ramen Sora put their heart and soul in it to satisfy customers and to make them happy.

Ramen Sora takes no shortcuts.  The restaurant uses traditional methods of preparing the ramen.  The ramen goes through an aging process.   The Miso base goes with only the best and the freshest ingredients. Most of the ingredients are flown in from Japan to ensure authenticity.

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Chef  Yosi along with his team of Filipino chefs and partners from Prime Pacific Grill, Inc. (PPGI), guarantee that they will transport Pinoys to Sapporo to enjoy the best ramen they will ever taste from Ramen Sora.

Gerry’s Grill, Kusina ng Gerry’s, Aresi (Italian American restaurant) and Sweet Chili (Thai Restaurant) are also under the umbrella of PPGI.

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