Wrong Ramen, a seven-year old concept best known for its unorthodox take on ramen announced plans of closing its sole branch in Bonifacio Global City (BGC) via social media:
“We started Wrong Ramen 7 years ago because it was a fun and dumb thing to do… But today is no longer our world, and that’s super cool. (Hats off to Mendokoro!) To be honest, we consider it a miracle that we got this far. We never really thought about living this long, and we feel fabulous in death. So here we are.”
The restaurant is under Charlie Paw’s Lowbrow Casual Restaurants, which also houses other well-known concepts such as Bad Bird, Fowlbread, and Hole in the Wall.
Meanwhile, hours after Wrong Ramen announced its impending closure, another BGC restaurant let its patrons in on similar news: Good Earth Roasts will be closing its doors in Jun. 1.
“This will be our last week to serve you so come on over and relive the memories! See you all!”
The restaurant gave no further details, but mentioned that it will be releasing updates on its “new adventures” soon.
Located on The Fort Strip, the casual dining concept was a favorite among night shift employees, serving relatively cheap Filipino and Chinese food.
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