July 12, 2021

Foodtrip at Surugin Ramen House

It’s been sixteen months since our community quarantine has started and I’m trying my best to stretch my patience and understanding but to be honest, there are times na naiinis na rin ako especially when I’ve been seeing other countries na parang back to normal na ang buhay. This is one of the disavantages of living in the third world country, parang ang tagal makamove forward. 

Anyway, a few days ago, I’ve learned that IATF allowed kids to go out already, as long as they are 5 years old and above and live in MGCQ and GCQ areas. Kids must be accompanied by a guardian. They can go to playground, beach, park and other tourist sites except for mall areas. And because of this, nagyaya si hubby na lumabas kami. We are choosing between Laguna or Cavite but my husband suggested Surugin Ramen House so off we went to Alfonso Cavite. 


The last time that we went to Alfonso, Cavite was last year when we had Buffet Breakfast at Sonya’s Garden. Travel time from our place is more or less 90 minutes depending on the traffic. Checking their Facebook Page, September 2020 yung first post nila so I’m assuming that this is a new Japanese restaurant in Cavite. 


This Ramen House is tucked away in Barangay Sulsugin and thanks to Waze, we were able to find this place. The restaurant is similar to Japanese traditional houses and it is not a typical restaurant kasi nakaspread in different areas yung mga kainan. You can choose indoor or outdoor table. My husband chose the alfresco dining table since marami-rami na rin daw tao sa loob ng restaurant. 



It was a gloomy day so we were a little bit excited to try their ramen but unfortunately, Laguna and Cavite are not included in the IATF update so my son is not allowed to eat at Surugin, kahit alfresco dining pa. Huhuhu! (it pays to read more information) 

Our only option is to take out food pero hindi rin pwede magtake-out ng ramen. Waah! It took us several minutes to decide, whether to eat or not to eat. Gutom na rin kami and ang layo ng biyahe namin so in the end, kumain na rin kami and mabilisan na lang. We saw other families din na hindi lahat nakapasok and nagtake-out na lang din sila. 

My husband went back to the restaurant while my son and I waited in the car. He ordered Hakata Ramen PHP190, Odori Ramen PHP270, Katsudon PHP190 + 20 (take-out fee), Gyoza PHP120 and drinks (PHP50 each). Tinawagan na lang ako ni hubby after they served our food na. When I arrived, my husband delivered the food so my son can eat his Katsudon. 


I was surprised when I saw the huge serving of ramen bowl so I already knew that I can’t finish it. (Mahina ko sa noodles) My order is Hakata while my husband chose the Odori, I tried both, medyo creamy lang si Odori. My husband asked if they have chili flakes or powder pero chili oil lang pala meron. 




Overall, the taste is good naman, my husband finished my leftover ramen pa. I don’t have pictures of Katsudon because when I went back sa car, ito na lang natira. 


My husband paid the bill and on our way home, I checked the bill, I was surprised kasi yung Odori Ramen, PHP290 ang singil so I told my husband, my additional charge yata yung paghingi mo ng chili oil. Hehehe! Ito yung disadvantage din na nagmamadali ka, hindi mo nachecheck kung tama ang singil.



We dropped by at Sonya’s Garden before we went home. 


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