Ramen has become a staple food in the local scene. The trend became normal like Milk Tea in China and Samgyupsal in Korea. With the likes of Ramen Nagi, Butamaru, and others, it is more likely you have them as your favorite. Why not try something different? Something like Ram N' Go.

Ram N’ Go is owned by Ms. Lori Go and just opened a few months ago. The name comes from the combination of ramen plus their family name. Ram N’ Go is located in San Rafael Street in Mandaluyong, in a food hall and was formerly the 8 Tables Chinese Restaurant. Take note of 8 Tables for Maps & Grab purposes, you can also use Pik-A Pik-A Kart for searching.

Ms. Lori is just another Ramen lover. She loves to explore different types of food as well in the metro, we also have the same personal favorite which is All 4 U as I love eating shrimps and samgyupsal as well. Having a work on the day and another for the business, she still find some time to make this homemade that's why the taste is authentic as well.

They have three versions of Ramen — the Karai (Spicy), Classic and Mayu (Garlic Based). I ordered their Karai one, it's good and definitely authentic. You just have to ask for the spicy level as this is not that spicy for me, silly me as you can ask for it. Hehe

Okay, my favorite dish, Tempura! It's yummy, not like the ones you can find at tokyo tokyo, you can actually taste the shrimp! Another one is Gyoza, it can be served steamed or fried. 

Their takoyaki as well didn't disappoint, I love how it tastes like a 150 bucks one. Wagyu is satisfying as it melts in your mouth it's like the best feeling ever.

I've enjoyed every dish aside from Yakitori, it does taste bland but Ms. Lori said that they are working on making it enjoyable as well. It's good but it's not noteworthy.

Here is the full menu for details:

How To Get There
From Mandaluyong City Hall, roundabout, take a right turn once you see a statue. Go straight ahead after the intersection, then turn left. Then you’ll see the Pik-A Pik-A Kart at the corner of Martinez St., and San Rafael St.

They are open from Monday to Saturday 2:00pm to 11:00pm, there is also a videoke inside the food hall and you can partner this dish with alcoholic drinks, frappes or anything you're into! As there are a lot of choices.
They have also a branch in Makati which you can found in G/F The Atrium Makati, Makati Avenue, Makati City (Across Ayala Triangle and just beside Zuellig Building). They are open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm.

For more information and questions, you can check them out at Facebook and Instagram