This hidden gem found in Makati is definitely a hole in the wall. I would suggest dressing casually and just enjoy this space. It’s an easy Japanese meal with their own take. You will find a bunch of Filipino fusion here that you might enjoy. I am especially a fan of some of their dishes. Their price too is quite astonishing for their gourmet like dishes. Plating is a prerequisite to each dish. It is definitely affordable here. You wouldn’t have to think twice in ordering.
Why 10 Ronin? This restaurant is built by 10 partners from different kinds of field. These partners are like samurais without a master (the real meaning of Ronin). See below how they built their dishes. Certainly, no rules on it.
Yakitori platter (295) is an assortment of Filipino style street BBQ in Yakitori sauce. I have to warn you, there is pork blood and pork skin in here. If you are brave soul, go ahead and enjoy. I especially like their yakitori sauce. It is the right hint of sweet and salty.
This Spicy miso tinola (P155) is my favourite ramen in their ramen series. It hits my comfort food level and it’s just makes me crave for more. The burnt taste of chicken is a great take on this. I really hope they did this on purpose though.
Lastly, this azuki matcha cake (P150) can fill up our tummy. I like that it is not too sweet. It’s just a perfect ending to a great meal.