Cold weather always calls for hot soup, and we can’t think of anything better to enjoy as the temperature drops due to the northeast monsoon than a steaming bowl of the world’s first Michelin-starred ramen from the Japanese restaurant Tsuta.[READ: What does it take to make Tsuta’s Michelin-starred ramen?]
Thankfully, you don’t have to fly to the land of the rising sun—or its sole local branch here in Bonifacio Global City—just to get your hands on the acclaimed shoyu-based noodles, because you can finally make it at home. Yes, you read that right: You can make Tsuta’s Michelin-starred ramen in your very own kitchen with the help of the restaurant’s ready-to-cook ramen kit.
Available for P999, Tsuta’s ready-to-cook ramen kit has been made available recently and was exclusively flown from Japan by award-winning ramen house Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodle’s founder and executive chef Yuki Onishi. The DIY shoyu-based ramen kit can make a total of three servings and is made with premium ingredients that give you the exact taste of the ramen’s signature umami-rich taste.
Tsuta ships and accepts orders for the ready-to-cook ramen kit every day, and free delivery within Metro Manila is available for a minimum order of P2,500. Place your order by calling or texting 0906-2377002. Orders made via text message will be confirmed by a Tsuta representative once processed, and can be paid via BDO, Gcash, Alipay, Paymango, Grabpay, Coins.ph, Mastercard or Just Pay. For more information, check out Tsuta’s Facebook page here.