Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss has been proudly perfecting the craft of noodle-making for over 40 years. Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss is a one-stop shop for authentic noodle dishes as they serve all three types of Japanese noodles (Ramen, Soba, and Udon).
After watching “The Spongebob Movie: Sponge out of Water” at SM Fairview Cinema 8, my kids ask me if they can have Katsudon and Soba for dinner before going home. I decided to treat them at Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss to satisfy their Japanese Food cravings.
Moshi means Hello while Koshi means aldente! This 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. Their noodles are made fresh everyday to stay true to their Koshi name.
Here’s what we ordered…
Pork Katsudon- Php190.00
Amidst the katsu craze that’s currently sweeping the metropolis, Moshi Koshi is one of the better ones. A friend told me that good Katsu restaurant serves meat that’s moist and tender inside while outside the batter is crisp but not too greasy. I think Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss has achieved that.
Tempura Soba- Php190.00
Tempura and soba: Separately, they’re two essential elements of traditional Japanese food culture. Put them together side by side on the table and they add up to one of the all-time classic dishes.
Even at its most basic — at a stand-and-slurp noodle counter, say, on a station platform — it’s a winning combination. But prepared with care, diligence and quality ingredients, the combination is one of the modest masterpieces of Japanese cuisine. That’s the way it’s done at Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss.
Say hi to Mazy and Melo! 🙂
So when you happen to be at SM Fairview, I suggest you drop by Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss and experience their pride and joy noodles.
Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss
G/F SM City Fairview, Annex Bldg , Quirino Hwy
Pasong Putik, Quezon City