Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Like A Boss!: Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss!





Hello Aldente!

.... is what you can most likely want to say as soon as you take a bite of Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss’s amazing noodle dishes. Moshi = Hello, Koshi=aldente! Their noodles are made fresh everyday to stay true to their Koshi name. And it’s apparent once you get resistance in every bite of the noodle. Resistance in a perfect aldente way! 



          For over 40 years, Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss has been proudly perfecting the craft of noodle-making. They serve all three types of Japanese noodles in one restaurant. There’s Ramen, Soba, and Udon. If I may, it’s like a one-stop shop for authentic noodle dishes.




         Their interiors are a mix of zen and minimalist. It's very simple, bright, and neat looking with zen touches.


         I'm not going to lie. I was unfortunately late for this lunch so when I got there my friends Hefty Foodie, The Hungry Giant, and of course little misses Yedylicous and Blogalag had already started. Can't blame them coz everything looked so good! I was able to try their Gyoza (P85), which despite it being cold already, was still juicy and very tasty!


      The Katsu Curry (P275) was quite nice as well. The taste of the curry is just right. Perfect mix of herbs and spices.            


          I was also quite amazed with their Bento Boxes. They serve it to you literally in a box, with beautiful compartment dividers in different odd shapes. If only I could take these home! Each bento comes with rice, miso soup, and of course 4 special sidings.


         This Shogayaki Bento (P200) is like bacon fried in garlic and ginger. Really tasty! I imagine Richie devouring this is seconds, but leaving all the other leafy and colorful stuff to me. Doesn't it look more expensive than 200 bucks?


              The Chicken Teriyaki Bento (P240) was also good. If you like sweet and salty marinades on meat then you will love this. I personally am a lover of all things teriyaki! Oh also I forgot to mention that all the 4 special sidings are really good! Although you can't count on me to know what each siding is called but all are really refreshing and a great side dish to accompany the very tasteful bento meats.



       And last but not the least, they didn't let me leave without trying the Niku Udon (P170). This to me was the star of the night!.... uh, I mean afternoon! It’s thick and so fun to slurp with (yes you are encouraged to slurp here!) And it’s true that it does have a bit of resistance once you bite into this thick noodle. It's a delight to chew on plus add the soft and very tasty beef slices, and the perfect balance of sweet and salty soup! It’s really filling! I am so looking forward to trying their Soba and Ramen dishes



(ice cream)
       
        For dessert, so far they only have 2 items but those 2 items are usually all I need in a dessert. ICE CREAM!!!! These generous cups of ice cream are only P65 and comes in Coffee and Green Tea.


        My Greet Tea Lover friends seem to have great pleasure in every bite of the Green Tea ice cream. (And by great pleasure, I really mean great pleasure. Let's just leave it at that! Haha!)

       So when you happen to be at Robinsons Galleria or Market! Market!, I suggest you drop by Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss and experience their pride and joy noodles! I’m planning to go back as well with my little family. I’m 100% sure Rain will love the udon. She loves noodles and I think this would be a great place to take her to.


Menu

Market! Market!
Ground Floor, McKinley Parkway, in front of One Serendra
☎ 81-MOSHI (816-6744)

ROBINSONS Galleria
4th Level, West Wing
EDSA cor. Ortigas Ave. QC

The Annex SM NORTH EDSA
Upper Ground Floor, above SM Annex Bowling Center
Near Medical City Annex

10 comments:

  1. wow! ang lapit lng sa place ko.hehe thanks for this ms.Rina. will definitely try the Niku Udon.yumyum!!! perfect for our bipolar weather!haha hindi po ba bitin ang servings nila?

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    1. No they have really good portions! The bowl looks small but the soup and the noodles are so heavy so nakakabusog talaga!:-)

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  2. You know me so well.. That bacon looking dish is MINE.. all the veggies are yours.. cuz I love you so much :)

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    1. Awww you're so sweet :-| (sense the sarcastic tone) ;-)

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  3. ugh! now I miss Moshi Koshi!!! hahaha. try the Shio butter corn ramen next time, it's also good. :D

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    1. Oh my goodness! you had me at "butter corn"!!! Droooooool!!!! must go there now na!!!! Hehehe :-)

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  4. I love Moshi Koshi too!!! They had a branch in Shaw Blvd once!!! Cheap but quality noodles!!! YUM!

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    1. I'm happy na kahit papano Galle is kinda near :-) grrrrr I want tuloy ramen especially in this bed weather + I'm starting to feel a cold coming on :-(

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  5. i love their niku udon! we keep coming back to moshi koshi in m!2 because of their noodles & gyozas. i think my girls would love to try the green tea ice cream. =)

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    1. Their noodles and gyozas are really top notch!:-) and so is the green tea ice cream!:-) have your girls try ! ;-)

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