Last March 21, Kureji launched their newest branch at 78 Malakas street in Quezon City. 

The Japanese restaurant, which opened its first branch in January last year at Japan Town in Ayala Malls Vertis North, is known for merging sizzling plates and savory ramen. 

Kureji’s sizzling ramen dishes are served in stone bowls filled with sizzling broth and a small pitcher of extra soup. Each ramen dish is also served with a minute timer which signals the diner when to pour the soup into the bowl.

Kureji’s Emelda Teng, Vice Mayor Joyce Belmonte, and Kureji CEO Eric Teng
Kureji’s Malakas branch is its third

Though the restaurant has become best known for their sizzling ramen dishes, the opening of its third branch in Malakas street marks Kureji’s plans to continuously expand its menu. The restaurant now offers sizzling rice bowls, four varieties of Asian-flavored chicken wings, kamameshi, and tempura. 

Kureji is located at 4/F Japan Town at Ayala Malls Vertis North, G/F Rockwell Business Center Tower 3, and 78 Malakas Street, Diliman.

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