Tokyo Tokyo, Beef Festival

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Tokyo Tokyo is at it again! After the very successful Seafood Festival, their newest offering is the Beef Festival which includes products that will entice beef lovers and Japanese food connoisseurs alike.

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First up and very comforting this rainy season, Tokyo Tokyo is taking the ramen experience to a different level and is introducing a new flavor that will surely give ramen lovers more slurp.

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Joining Beef Yakiniku Bento and Beef Misono Bento is another beefy addition to Tokyo Tokyo’s menu, the Beef Pepper Ramen.

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Beef Pepper Ramen is made with rich pork-based broth and is topped with savory and tender beef slices, corn, shredded cabbage, onion leeks, nori and Nitamago egg. For extra spice and flavor, black pepper sauce is added. A steaming bowl of regular-sized Beef Pepper Ramen is priced at P195, while the snack size is only for P145.

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Aside from the usual gyoza add-on, the Beef Pepper Ramen can be best enjoyed if paired with Chicken karaage or Japanese-style fried chicken and Tokyo Tokyo’s signature Red Iced Tea. Just add P55 to make a bowl more filling.

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Tokyo Tokyo’s Beef Pepper Ramen is not just a continuation of the Beef Festival. It is a perfect companion to warm up in this cold, rainy season. Head on to the nearest Tokyo Tokyo store and enjoy a piping hot Beef Pepper Ramen.

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Why stop there? While enjoying a bowl of Tokyo Tokyo’s Beef Pepper Ramen, why not indulge as well with their ever famous Beef Misono Bento and try their new Beef Yakinuki Bento. 🙂

Stay hungry,

thehungrychef

Nathaniel C. Uy

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