Food & Dining

Ramen Kuroda

If you’re looking for a quick Ramen fix while in BF Paranaque, there’s this new Ramen house along Aguirre Street a few feet away from Hanakazu.


RAMEN KURODA fills up pretty quickly with parking sometimes already occupying the road which we all know means one thing & one thing only. Their Ramen must be hecka good! And, they don’t take reservations. First come first served, so make sure you don’t go during peak hours.


Ramen Kuroda

96 Aguirre Avenue

B.F. Homes, Parañaque

11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Open Sundays!







There are only 3 kinds of Ramen (Chashumen means extra pork slices). I was happy that we all wanted different ones so I could take pics of each. Yes, priority ang blog hahaha! :P


If you’re a hearty eater, it pays more to get a set meal for the extra extra extra!

The chefs.



Spicy Tuna Roll 350 php. I found this quite pricey, actually. The rolls (and the fillings) weren’t that big to warrant the price.



Gyoza 180 php



Spicy Tuna Salad 300 php. There was too much mayonnaise involved in this dish.


Shiro Ramen 290 php (original)




Kuro Ramen 290 php


Aka Chashumen 360 php (spicy)




Every ramen order gets a free bowl of extra noodles. You have to ask for it though, they won’t volunteer the information. Make sure you incorporate it in your broth right away otherwise you’d be left with noodles and no soup.



Ate hates me because she can’t stick to her diet with our food trips left & right! :P



I wouldn’t exactly say that their Ramen can hold a candle to other Ramen houses sprouting left & right in the Metro. My favorite, up to now, is Ramen Nagi in SM Aura because of all the exciting, rich flavors. But if you want a quick fix when in my neck of the woods, then Ramen Kuroda answers that need.


It’s also value for money at around 100-150 pesos less than the standard price of 450 php. Add to that is the fact that you get an extra bowl of noodles for free. Now that’s a steal. ;)

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