What could go Wrong at Wrong Ramen? 
From the name Wrong Ramen, the first question that came across my mind was, “So why call it Wrong Ramen?” The name caught my attention giving me curiosity and questions in mind. That curiosity I had didn’t last too long. I had to take that opportunity to head inside Wrong Ramen to taste and see.
Wrong Ramen replaced what used to be Yakitori Kitchen at Burgos Circle. It’s also a mini restaurant with 2 floors. If you check out their 2nd floor, they have a long wooden table with mini dividers, which you can pull out. This is a wise idea to save space, knowing the restaurant is not what you call “spacious”. All in all, I think the restaurant can fit 20-25 pax.
While waiting for our food to be served, I kept on asking “Why Wrong Ramen?”. I found out that wrong ramen uses “wrong” ingredients, non-traditional ones, into one bowl of hot ramen. Wrong Ramen is not your authentic Japanese restaurant with fine authentic ramen. They try to make your ramen right by using so-called “wrong ingredients”. Some of the wrong ingredients I found on the menu were bacon and spam. American and Japanese combined.
Bacon Katsu (Php 260)
Rate: 3/5
Before the awaited ramen was served, appetizers filled up our table first. Bacon Katsu (Php 260) was first in line. There was a slight error inside this deep fried Katsu. I was expecting to see bacon inside but it turned out to be ham instead. It wasn’t a big deal for me since I am not into bacon (sorry bacon fanatics there, leaning on the healthier side. hehe). Despite that, I liked the gluey cheese inside the katsu and alfalfa sprouts on top.
Hamburg Kaushikatsu (Php 180)
Rate: 4/5
Fried and breaded items were served as appetizers as well. One of the plates I had was Hamburg Kushikatsu (Php 180). Ground beef mashed and cocooned in these Japanese breadcrumbs. 5 dippings were available, but among the 5, my taste-buds felt it was best with curry mayo.
Tofu (Php 150)
Rate: 4/5
Always love mixing healthy with unhealthy to get the balance of “good” food. Breaded tofu is just one example. This particular stick blends well with either chili soy ginger or regular soy ginger sauce.
5 dips for your Kushikatsu. Japanese soy, soy ginger, chili soy ginger, curry mayonnaise, and tartar dip. My top 2 choices are the soy ginger and curry mayonnaise.
Chasu Rice Rolls (Php 140)
Rate: 4/5
Wait, isn’t this supposed to be for a Vietnamese restaurant? Visually, these rice rolls are usually seen on Vietnamese restaurants. Wrong Ramen made it seem right by making these shredded chasu rolled in between rice wrappers. Somehow looked like vegetable spring rolls right? Taste wise, not far away from Vietnamese spring rolls as well. The ponzu sauce completes this dish. A light and healthy appetizer I loved at Wrong Ramen.
Sea Men Ramen (Php 345)
Rate: 5/5
Finally, my huge bowl of Sea Men Ramen (Php 345)! (For green minds, I know what you are thinking of! Tsk tsk.) Let’s get serious here. Anyway!!! Sea Men Ramen here is all about seafoods. Yeah, obviously. Haha! This ramen knows what their doing. I don’t know why this ramen belongs to Wrong Ramen but there is nothing wrong with this ramen. Seafood flavor in every sip I had. The soup was rich with seafood flavor, the seafoods on my ramen bowl were served fresh. Diverse seafood flavor juiced me until my last sip. I could finish one bowl if I didn’t have appetizers from the start.
F.U. Ramen (Php 425)
Rate: 5/5
Who could ever think of adding your favorite breakfast food like bacon, black pepper spam, cheese and egg all in one ramen? This is crazy but this is for real, guys! Only Wrong Ramen can make this ramen seem right. The adventurous side of you should take this bowl of ramen. Give it a try at least once in your life. I promise, you won’t regret it! This is what I love about Wrong Ramen. They know how to catch our attention, from the interesting name to their one of a kind dishes.
Wrong Ramen Rich Tonkatsu (Php 385)
Rate: 4/5
I brought my sister Reine with me, who liked her ramen milky but rich with meat on her ramen. On the menu, Wrong Ramen Rich Tonkatsu was labelled this way, “If you will only eat here once: a deep-tasting, milky, lip-smacking pork bone and chicken broth.” This was probably their catch to make you come back since the ramen tasted absolutely fine, which you would want to order again when you go back.
Crispy Pata Ssam (Php 980)
Rate: 3/5
Told you Wrong Ramen isn’t your conventional ramen place. This crispy pata proves it all the more. From my point of view, Korean galbi came into my mind. The style of wrapping meat and crispy pata skin on lettuce drives away from Japanese and Filipino but into Korean style of dining. I really found it surprising for this kind of dish to be served in a ramen house. How innovative!
Reminds me of Barrio Fiesta’s famous crispy pata. Cooked right as it had crispy skin with juicy meat. Doesn’t only fit inside lettuce wrappers but also as you partner it with rice or eat it alone.
Poop of the Gods (Php 130)
Rate: 4/5

Poop of the Gods, sounds YUMMY? Hahaha! Another one of a kind dessert for the ones who appreciate humor and good food. Take a look at that poop and take a tiny bite to taste the poop. I’d say it tastes rich, thick, sticky, kind of salty and smooth. Never ever leave Wrong Ramen without tasting this one of a kind poop! 🙂

This is the long table I was talking about earlier. See that divider beside Abet? You can either pull it out or hide it if you are friends with the person beside you. Well I guess the divider was up because those people were strangers to us.
Say hello to the random Darth Vader who welcomed us while going up the stairs. I know Ted Mosby will love this restaurant when he sees this.
Don’t deny it. I know you wanna enter the Poop Room.
 I can laugh all day at Wrong Ramen. It’s one entertaining restaurant, full of humor and fun.
Don’t miss out on this one of a kind ramen place at Burgos Circle. Ramen will never be the same once you try Wrong Ramen.
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Location: Forbestown Center, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Contact: (+632) 823 8249
Budget: PHP400++

Food 9/10
Ambiance 8/10
Service 9/10
Cost 9/10
Overall 8.75/10