Yatai Yakitori Ramen: of long lines and affordable quality ramen
If you’re going to fall in line for hours, make sure that it’s for the right reason… and there’s no doubt that food will always be the right reason.
Now, we know of a place that you definitely wouldn’t want to miss but here’s the catch, you have to line up… perhaps for several hours.
You might have heard of this recently opened kanto style food stall serving Japanese food along Tomas Morato called Yatai Yakitori Ramen.
“Yatai” is a Japanese term for mobile eateries and are common at Japanese festivals as well as on the streets of Fukuoka and other cities around the land of the rising sun.
Yatai Yakitori Ramen is pretty unique of its kind. Instead of setting up a fancy restaurant in malls, a mysterious Japanese chef decided to rock the streets of Manila and the results are amazing.
Not only did he price his food selection relatively cheap, they are also very good that even if it requires patience and time, people are still willing to line up.
In a Facebook post by a certain Chad Villaverde, which later on became viral, he shared how spending approximately three hours in line was worth it.
“We found ourselves rushing to this place after learning Yatai Yakitori Ramen – Tomas morato from a blog and hoping to have our tastebuds delighted. I ordered Yakitori for P45, Gyoza P40 and their best selling Gyuniko Ramen for only P65 and we’re happy to say that this food stall making your stomach full for a cheap price is worth the wait,” Villaverde said.