Kichitora of Tokyo, BGC Taguig

Kichitora Tokyo – Oyako Don
So last February, Hubby and I were able to try Kichitora of Tokyo when I enrolled myself at MP School of Make Up Artistry. We are both Japanese food fanatics and always get excited every time we try a Japanese restaurant for the first time.

Kichitora literally means “Lucky Tiger”.

Kichitora of Tokyo is located at 3F Bonifacio High Street Central, Central Square, 7th Ave. Fort Bonifacio, Taguig. As far as I remember they are located near the cinema area.




It has this modern Japanese vibe that I love and given my poor eyesight, I appreciate their great lighting setup.  They also have enough space pretty much enough for a quite number of people dining at the same time.


Paitan Ramen Zenbu no Se 300php

 Hubby ordered their best seller Paitan Ramen Zenbu no Se and glad we did because it really tastes great!


Paitan is a chicken-based soup and perfect for people who don’t like to eat pork and beef. The noodles were al dente but we would appreciate it more if there is more soup in the ramen. Nevertheless, this is definitely a must-try!

Oyako Don 320php

Meanwhile, I ordered Oyako Don which is a rice meal with egg and Katsudon as toppings. I enjoyed it at first but after a while, I had this sudden “umay” and wasn’t able to finish the bowl. 

To conclude, I would say that we had a sumptuous lunch at Kichitora of Tokyo.


The ambiance looks cozy which is perfect for a quiet lunch/dinner date. The chicken broth ramen (Paitan Ramen) is unique and flavorful which we absolutely love. Servings can be shared by two. Price is reasonable for a hearty meal plus they have great customer service.

I highly recommend Kichitora of Tokyo for people who would love to try different ramen experience. 

Thank you for dropping by!
Until next! 🙂


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