Wrong Ramen, one of the first ramen shops to open in Manila when the craze started in 2013, is bidding its customers goodbye.
In a Facebook post yesterday, Wrong Ramen announced that its sole branch in Bonifacio Global City’s Burgos Circle will be closing on Thursday, May 30. As closing announcements go, this one was pretty candid and kept it real.
“We started Wrong Ramen 7 years ago because it was a fun and dumb thing to do. During that period of ramen puberty where we only had to go head-to-head with a literal handful of ramen shops (Ukkokei, Santouka, etc), we thrived. But today is no longer our world, and that’s super cool,” Wrong Ramen’s post reads.
It even took the time to give kudos to Mendokoro, a ramen shop in Makati that famously sees long queues of customers.
“To be honest, we consider it a miracle that we got this far. We never really thought about living this long, and we feel fabulous in death. So here we are,” Wrong Ramen unabashedly said on its Facebook post.
Wrong Ramen is known for serving non-traditional ramen like the FU (PHP490/US$9.37), made with bacon, Spam, fried egg, black pepper, and parmesan.
It is part of the Lowbrow group of restaurants, which also owns other trendy establishments like the fried chicken joint Bad Bird and the Thai stall Flower Boy, found in Power Plant mall’s food hall, The Grid.
Wrong Ramen is at Forbes Town Center, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Open daily, 11am – 12mn
Phone: 632 823 8249