CEBU EATS: Ramen Yushoken

Address: G/F Oakridge Business Park, 880 A. S. Fortuna St, Mandaue, 6014 Cebu
Parking: Yes
Opening Hours: 11am-11pm
Date Visited: September 2, 2019
Price: PHP 400-500 per person (including service charge)
Will Return: Yes, especially on rainy days.

This was my second time eating at Ramen Yushoken because when I first ate here a few years ago, I remember not being impressed by their food. I don’t know if it was just me or my mood at that time but whenever the best-ramen-in-cebu topic comes up during my recent conversations with my friends, Ramen Yushoken is always mentioned. Another reason why I have only eaten here once before is that it’s far from where I live. I had an appointment in Mandaue that morning so my fiancée and I decided to give this place a second try.

Our Experience

It’s located right when you enter Oakridge Business Park. There have sufficient parking space and they do not accept take outs.


They have benches inside and outside the restaurant for those waiting to be seated.


When we arrived at around 1pm, we were 4th in line to be seated. They had seats available in the counter but we wanted to be seated in a booth. We only waited for less than 10 minutes to be seated. The server got our order and our food was served in about five minutes. I love how fast their service was. Definitely a plus.


They have a 12-seat counter and a few booths. They also have kind of a long high table available for large groups.







Shoyu Ramen (PHP 400)
with additional Aji Tamago, split between our two ramen bowls (PHP 80)
Recommended: YES. It’s their bestseller and it’s quite rich and flavorful. Love their super tender grilled chashu.


Shio Ramen (PHP 370)
with additional Aji Tamago, split between the two ramen bowls (PHP 80)
Recommended: YES. If you want a more subtle taste than the Shoyu or if you think the Shoyu is a little salty, go for the Shio.


I would definitely eat here again especially during rainy days. I do not crave it enough though for me to drive all the way to Mandaue from my home in Mambaling. But if I’m in the area, I would definitely eat here again if I’m craving for ramen.


It was lunch time and I have such a small appetite (the main reason why I can’t really be a food blogger. lol) so I wasn’t able to finish my bowl. 😉


Is this the best ramen in Cebu? Well it’s definitely worth a try, so tell me yourself in the comment section below! ❤

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