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RaiRaiKen’s 50%-Off Ramen Goodness

A personal favorite of Bariles when it comes to Oriental fastoods is Rairaiken, which is Japan’s famost Ramen restaurants.

Ramen is a Japanese noodle dish served in a fish-based or meat-based broth, seasoned with soy or miso and topped with almost any sort of meat (fish, fowl, beef, pork).

Whether at Rairaiken‘s branch at the KCC Mall of GenSan or at the Robinsons Place GenSan, Bariles always go for their GOMOKU Ramen (Mixed Seafoods with mixed veggies, topped with fresh egg and chasyu), since he finds it healthier! He visits any of these outlests at two times a month, bringing a friend or two to let them discover the joys of partaking Rairaiken’s sumptuous ramen dishes!You can just imagine his delight therefore, when he checked into Rairaiken KCC and found that that there’s a 50% Discount on ALL THEIR RAMEN dishes!

So, Bariles fave giant steaming bowl of Gomoku which used to cost him P180 can now be enjoyed at a mere P90 only!!!!    THAT’S double the reason of visiting Rairaiken KCC or Robinsons then!

For the rest of their ramen dishes plus other Japanese goodies, here is their menu.  Please click on it for an enlarged view.



For reservations, please call Rairaiken KCC at (083) 552-0160 or Rairaiken Robinsons at (083)

About Avel Manansala

Avel Manansala aka Bariles, is a native of a bustling city down south of Mindanao Island. He is a consultant on Blogging, Social Media, and Marketing . He is co-founder and head of the SoCCSkSarGen Bloggers and manager of Google Business Group (GBG)- General Santos. You may add him to your circles on G+ - If you need more info on any of these fields, please leave him a message.

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  1. fahdingding says:

    Wow! Kalahati na lang…
    Kainan na!

  2. Xiaomin says:

    Dear Bariles,

    How are you? I hope this email finds you well. 🙂

    For the fourth year, diners from around the world will be asked to determine Asia’s best restaurants in the 2011/2012 edition of The Miele Guide. Celebrating Asia’s best chefs and restaurants, The Miele Guide is an authoritative and independent annual publication which evaluates and ranks restaurants across the regions, which is determined by the votes of an invited jury, professional restaurant critics, a jury of respected foodies and the public. Through a thorough jury and voting system, The Miele Guide gives much-deserved recognition to the establishments that showcase Asia’s culinary landscape.

    Much of what the guide is about is really to rouse the dining public to become champions for their favorite restaurants, both across the region and in their own countries and cities. We hope to see others become just as involved as you and I are, translating our passion for good food by helping to bring Asia’s best into the international spotlight.

    The popularity of The Philippines’ myriad provincial delicacies reflect the country’s culinary patriotism while flourishing food tours to the country’s diverse provinces is evidence of the world’s rising awareness of the delights of Filipino cuisine. Last year, in the 2010/2011 edition of The Miele Guide, Antonio’s in Cavite emerged as the country’s shining star in 5th place within the prestigious Miele Guide Top 20 list, evidence of the Philippines’ progress within the culinary world. We would therefore like to seek your support to rally your readers to vote, to lend a hand to the progress of Philippines’ culinary landscape by giving the best restaurants the recognition they deserve.

    We understand your passion for food, travel and life in general, and therefore would like to also offer the opportunity for you to win a pair of seats at this year’s The Miele Guide 2011/2012 Gala Dinner, to enjoy an evening of fine cuisine prepared by top chefs, as well as exclusive blogger access to interviewing the winning chefs of your choice at the dinner. The contest mechanics are such that the blogger who has the highest click-through rate through a Miele Guide web button on his or her blog, will win this particular privilege.

    Voting for the 2011/2012 edition of The Miele Guide opens on on 14 March 2011 and closes on 16 May 2011. The 2011/2012 edition will be available at all major bookstores come October.

    For more information, please find the media advisory for this year’s voting as below, I would be more than happy to provide you with more information such as the press release from last year’s results launch and post-event release.

    Hope to hear from you soon, and have a great week ahead! 🙂



    Play a part in championing Asia’s best restaurants

    Public voting commences for The Miele Guide 2011/2012 in March

    (Singapore – March, 2011) Asia’s first truly independent restaurant guide, The Miele Guide, is seeking public votes in profiling Asia’s nonpareil chefs and restaurants to determine Asia’s best restaurants through the guide’s selection and judging process, which emphasizes the importance of the public’s voice. The online voting process will open at on 14 March 2011 and end on 16 May 2011, certain to rev up extensive buzz amongst culinary enthusiasts and globetrotters from around the world to champion their favourite restaurants for The Miele Guide.

    The brainchild of epicureans who know and love Asia, The Miele Guide had established itself as the most respected fine dining authority in the region since its launch in November 2008. Going into its fourth edition, it has since gained a reputation of being Asia’s first authoritative and independent guide to the region’s best restaurants. With multiple rounds of judging, both from a panel of the region’s most respected restaurant critics as well as the dining public in Asia, together with its policy to against accepting advertising and restaurant-sponsored meals, this reputation for its credible, transparent system is well-deserved. This year, The Miele Guide will continue to evaluate and showcase Asia’s very best restaurants with input from industry professionals, food writers, popular public voting, votes from an invited jury, as well as anonymous tastings conducted by the Guide’s contributing editors and editorial team.

    The Miele Guide website, through which voting by the public takes place, is available in English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages in order to reach a broader pool of Asian voters. In 2010, 101,000 public votes were cast by over 21,000 registered voters from across 98 countries. Voters chose from a shortlist of 914 restaurants which were industriously selected by a panel of 77 of the most respected restaurant critics and food writers in the region. 653 restaurants were additionally nominated by members of the public and over 798 restaurants received votes, making the 450 restaurants that made it into the 2010/2011 edition of The Miele Guide a very select group.

    In 2010, Japan continued its streak as the country with the highest number of restaurants in the guide, with Hong Kong laying claim to the most number of restaurants in the Top 20. The Miele Guide also saw unprecedented growth in chapters such as that of Taiwan, which quadrupled from the 2009/2010 edition to the 2010/2011 edition. There was also a reshuffling of China’s top restaurants in competing culinary cities such as Shanghai and Beijing. As with every year, voters who wish to see their own or even their favourite countries and cities emerge victorious, are encouraged to spread the word about championing their favourite restaurants for The Miele Guide, to be an advocate and to take action to ensure that Asia’s hidden culinary gems are shared with the world.

    When voting for a restaurant, participants would be asked to consider: (1) the quality of the food served; (2) the restaurant’s ambience; and (3) the level of service offered. They would also be asked to vote only for dining establishments they have patronised at least once in the past 18 months. By consolidating public opinions, The Miele Guide warrants an essential mix of professional and public assessment and proves to be an indispensable restaurant guide by epicureans for epicureans.

    The 2011/2012 edition of The Miele Guide will be launched in October 2011.

  3. joan cortez says:

    50% na yata lahat ng franchisee but unahin nila ang cleanliness and hygiene please!!!
    lalo na pala ang lasa, we need japanese not chinese…
    i dont care paying more basta wag lasang gamot.

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