Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss

As my friend and I visit Honda Cars Shaw Blvd branch a few times, we often spotted this newly-opened Japanese restaurant along the way. Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss is the latest addition to Shaw Blvd's long list of must-try dining spots. That's why Im so delighted when I got an invite to try their authentic Japanese cuisine. I brought Dyanie along with me.

Moshi Koshi

The restaurant is strategically built across Puregold and other big establishment. There's a parking space in case you need it. As for the interior, the most pleasant thing to see are the glass walls. You can actually see your food as it was being prepared. Noodles and gyoza wrappers - to be made right before your eyes.


freshly-made noodles station

meet the Noodle Boss


Along with other bloggers Janey, Fran, and Richard, we cut the excitement and ordered our favorite Japanese food of our choice. Applause to all the staff, everyone is really accommodating.

Ebi Tempura
best looking tempura ive seen, what's better is the taste - perfect as well

Gyoza
it's Dyanie's favorite

Breaded Pork
crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside

welcome back sa blog ko teh, i mishu! ♥

As for me, I ordered Chicken Teriyaki bento, complete with Miso Soup and 4 Sidings. A complete and authentic Japanese meal that comes so affordable.

Chicken Teriyaki Bento

And of course, there's the freshly-made noodle dishes. Not really a fan, I personally like Sukiyaki and Yakisoba.

Kara-age Udon

Katsu-Curry and Katsu-Don

For the sweet endings, we were advised to try the home-made ice cream, in coffee and green tea flavors. Each cup can actually satisfy 3 persons already. Beware. Ü

cupful of light ice-cream with not so strong coffee taste

If you like to have an authentic yet affordable Japanese meals, give Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss a try. The Noodle Boss will surely be delighted to give you a real Japanese dining experience.

Thank you Moshi Koshi! Ü
all shots from Sony TX10

Moshi Koshi Noodle Boss
431 Shaw Blvd cor. Ideal St., Mandaluyong (across Puregold)
contact number: 726-0575

35 responses:

Chyng said...

Merry Christmas everyone!

Next entry is the year-ender post. Ü

The Gasoline Dude™ said...

Favorite ko Japanese cuisine! Meron silang buffet?

The Gasoline Dude™ said...

Merry Christmas pala Chyng! :)

Chyng said...

^ wala Gasul. per oafford mo orderin lahat dun pramis. mura lang, masarap pa! =)

Sumi Go said...

The food looks yummy! Fave ko din ang Japanese cuisine so I'll try to visit Moshi Koshi some time soon.. :) Medyo out of the way lang ang location nila from my usual EDSA route.. XD

Btw, Merry Christmas ate Chyng! :)

Nicole said...

nakakagutom!!!!

joan | the backpack chronicles said...

Wow mukhang yummy! Will try that pag napadpad dyan sa gawi na yan..

BTW, Merry Christmas to you and your family Chyng!

MarLiesTravels said...

wow! kainggit hehe! Merry Christmas! =)

Pinoy Wandering Boy said...

Thanks for sharing. Will definitely check this out. ;p

khantotantra said...

kaya pala sounds familiar, kumain din dyan si anton (pusangK). heheheh.

matry nga dyan minsan. hihihih. makikigaya din me

Hoobert the Awesome said...

I <3 the tempura. Indeed, it looks very tempting. Sarap sarap. I always love Japanese food especially mga rice toppings. Pero di ko pa na-try ang authentic Japs food. I thought kasi parang masyadong pricey pero thanks for this. It helped a lot.

Love you Ate Chyng. Merry Christmas!

gillboard said...

hungry for japanese now.

merry christmas!!!

thepinaysolobackpacker said...

ang masasabi ko lang is lyf is unfair! baket si Chyng an dame kinakain pero sexy pa din! =) thanks for sharing this. Meri Christmas uli Chyng! i hope to see you tom, sana lang magising ako ng maaga! lol

Dyanie said...

Since dedma ka sa text, dito nalang ako greet. Merry Christmas teh and to Inay and Itay! Pakisabi kay Inay yung sapin sapin koooooo hahaha! Hamisheeerz!!! love you teh mwahz!! hugs!!!

Ruth said...

Oh, would love to taste those ice cream!! Hope to share good food with you again Chyng! Happy Holidays!

AJ said...

Ang pungay ng mga mata ni Noodle Boss! :)

As for the dessert, kaya ko yan alone. :))

Happy holidays Chyng!

Mitch said...

Chyng, have you tried Sambokojin na ba? Wanna try it eh. Happy Holidays sayo Chyng!

Sendo said...

laway na laway naman ako rito! paborito much ko pa naman japanese cuisines...ooooohla!

pusang kalye said...

winner talaga yung ice cream. and about the noodles, sarap pero nakakabusog so gugutumin ko muna nang husto sarili ko next time bago ako pumunta.hahaha

vin said...

looks delish! will definitely check this out

Ed said...

nakakagutom!

wow sony TX10 lang toh? planning to buy one kasi gusto kong magkawaterproof camera (uli) next year!

may alam ka bang mura mabilhan ng camera, chyng? planning to get sa kimstore.multiply.com lang :D

Gayle said...

how is it price wise? affordable? can you give an estimated price bracket? :)

Photo Cache said...

the tempura really looks good. i haven't been going to japanese restos bec aside from sushi and sashimi i don't have anything that really draws me in. you should coach me what to order - but i don't like udon.

chris said...

wow I didnt notice this new place.taga jan lang ako malapit sa shaw.kamusta naman ang presyo?

jssica wabbitty said...

Food looks very delish! I wonder about the prices though. Will have to visit this place soon. Thanks for sharing!

dong ho said...

para akong sinakal habang tinatapos ko ang post na to. patay sa inggit tapos andiyan pa si dyanie.

Rizalenio said...

Wow!!! Ma-try nga ito. Nakakatakam lahat. I love Japanese food. Happy Holidays, Chyng! :)

Karla said...

Belated Merry Christmas! ^_^ Wow, the food looks really good. Yung tempura talagang mukhang malaman kasi sa iba parang puro harina lang. :) Nagcrave tuloy ako ng Japanese food!

Advance Happy New Year pala. ^_^

Tsinoy Foodies said...

Wow! Mukhang masarap lalo na yung coffee ice cream. Sayang ang layo nito sa amin =(

Robbie said...

Waaaah! Sabi na nga ba dapat hindi ko muna to binasa nang umaga at walang pagkain for breakfast. Hahaha.

Malapit na lang to! Mga dalawang kembot lang. Sana mura lang. The tempura looks soo appetizing and I wanna try that green tea ice cream! <3

Arvin U. de la Peña said...

happy new year.....nagutom ako..

Aaron Dave Francisco said...

Nagutom ako sa katsudon.

Iyay B. said...

Bigla akong nag crave for Japanese food after reading your blog! Ano ba yan! Haha!

Gusto ko jan itry, kain tyo? Hehehe!

Christian | Lakad Pilipinas said...

Wow, all this from a Sony P&S? I was just about to ask kung bumili ka na ng UWA eh, hanef!

Sassy said...

Moshi Koshi just opened up a branch here at Market Market, tried it out earlier

http://sasaramosyap.blogspot.com/2012/11/moshi-koshi-noodle-boss-at-market.html

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