Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss: Revisiting For More! (Relocated)

My last visit at Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss (see previous entry) left me wanting to try more.  There's no better day to enjoy a hot bowl of noodles than on a rainy day with the company of friends.

Food
My prior dining experience was a bit unfruitful since we totally missed out on the "Koshi" moment.  The key to eating  the noodles at Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss is to eat within the advise time period to enjoy the "Koshi" or the natural sweet taste of noodles that is tender and chewy.

Ramen (Eat within 6 minutes)
shoyu ramen
♥ Shoyo Ramen (185 php)
The Shoyo Ramen is a hot soy-based soup with a thin pork slice, bamboo shoots, naruto or fish cake and kuchay.  I've shared before how I loved how it tasted.  But, the taste is even enhanced by wonderful feeling brought about by the "Koshi" as you bite through the thin and chewy noodles.  

Soba (Eat within 5 minutes)
tempura soba
Tempura Soba (160 php)
The Tempura Soba had impressed us all with its sweet and pleasurable broth and two large crispy ebi tempura.  Being used to wheat alternatives, I often expect those made of wheat to have a rough and tough texture.  But, Moshi Koshi has proven me wrong!  The buckwheat noodles were as good as their other noodles.  It also gave us a nice "Koshi" experience with its tender and chewy consistency.

Udon (Eat within 5 minutes)
niku udon
 Niku Udon (160 php)
I didn't get to taste the Niku Udon during my last visit and I could totally understand why.  It was delicious!  The thin beef strips were so tender and the broth was so flavorful.  Despite being thick, the udon is tender and chewy that you'll enjoy every bite of it.  

Donburi
katsudon
 Katsudon (170 php)
I loved their Katsudon.  The sweetness was just right so you can appreciate the medley of flavors between the katsu, onions, egg and sauce.  The katsu strips were lean and tender.

Bento
bento
The bento comes with a main viand, Japanese Rice (40 php), Miso Soup (35 php) and four special sidings.  


kara age bento
 Kara-age Bento (220 php)
Choosing the Kara-age Bento is a great choice.  The Kara-age which is a Japanese fried chicken marinated in garlic, ginger and soy sauce is to die for!  It was crispy on the outside and oh-so-succulent on the inside.  

Sidings
gyoza
Gyoza (80 php)
We enjoyed the Gyoza had translucent soft shell with ground pork and spices.  It was great with the sauce too.  

Ice Cream
ice cream
Coffee Ice Cream (55 php) and  ♥ Green Tea Ice Cream (55 php)
The Coffee Ice Cream and Green Tea Ice Cream are sweet enders that I would definitely order when visiting Moshi Koshi.  These are definitely better than the ordinary ones.

Update: (April 1, 2013) This branch is closed.  They have branches in Market Market and Robinsons Galleria

Tsinoy Foodies Verdict
Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss is definitely one of the best places to enjoy an affordable yet authentic Japanese noodles and more.  Thumbs up for the noodle boss for making the one of best freshly made noodles in the Metro.  

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Tsinoy Foodies Review Rating Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss Menu
Ambiance Menu
Taste
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=Favorites or Recommended 
Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss
Business Address 431 Shaw Blvd. Cor. Ideal St.,
Mandaluyong, Metro Manila
Business Hours 10am-11pm
Payment Options   Cash
Service Charge
Budget/Person 140-300
Free WiFi No
Unlocked Foursquare Perks None
Contact (02) 726-0575 (72-MOSHI)
Other  Email: info@moshi-koshi.com Website
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