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Enjoy Authentic Ramen Safely at Nezu This Cold Season

Craving for warm comfort food now that the -ber months have begun?

By: Shanice Reyes | September 01, 2020

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Note that Bacolod City is under modified enhanced community quarantine until September 30, and this restaurant might have adjusted operating hours under the city's new status. Please contact the branch before visiting.


Ramen, comfort food, nostalgic dishes, Bacolod

If you want to slurp authentic ramen noodles during quarantine, then head to this restaurant on Lacson Street.

Images: Nezu Facebook Page

When comfort food springs to mind, people think of dishes that make the belly warm and happy. For some that dish is ramen, with its milky broth, smooth and thin noodles, vegetable toppings, and delectable pork slices. Now that the cold season has come, the appetite for steaming hot bowls can be undeniably strong.

When the country first went under the enhanced community quarantine, Filipinos resorted to store-bought noodles to satisfy their cravings. Luckily this shouldn’t have to be the case anymore, as there is a Japanese restaurant situated along one of the major streets in Bacolod that is ready to serve diners with more care. Despite the pandemic, Nezu Restaurant warmly welcomes its diners with various Japanese signature dishes. And to ensure not only the satisfaction but also the safety of customers, Nezu Restaurant also has strict health protocols in place. Read on to know more about this restaurant’s specialties and its safety measures.

A Restaurant with Great Food and Ambiance


Japanese restaurant, Japanese signature dishes, Authentic Ramen

Try out their signature Miso Ramen and get a taste of pork broth with sweet corn, butter, scallions, and wekame seaweed.

Image: Nezu Facebook Page

Inside the restaurant customers are greeted with wooden beams and polished concrete floors that give a homey and modern feel. Behind the staff’s face masks are friendly and accommodating smiles that reflect the warmth of Japanese hospitality. On Nezu’s menu are various specialties, but the restaurant’s signature Miso Ramen is a dish not to be missed. To fully enjoy the Japanese dining experience, try the rice bowls, sushi options, and tarts. The matcha cheesecake tart is a notable recommendation, as it is the restaurant’s bestseller, too.



Safety Protocols of Nezu

Following the new normal measures in Bacolod City, Nezu restaurant operates everyday from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The restaurant also puts the safety of its customers and staff by implementing the following safety measures:

• A “No Face Mask, No Entry” policy is observed in the restaurant.
• Temperature screening, hand sanitizing, and providing contact information should be done by the customers upon entry.
• The staff are equipped with proper personal protective equipment such as face masks and face shields.
• Seating capacity is reduced to 50% and tables are spaced far enough to practice social distancing among customers.
• Thorough disinfection is done regularly in between customers.

They say eating noodles can bring long life. So with Nezu’s warm bowls and safety measures, not only can you satisfy your soup craving but also increase your chances of a lasting life!


Visit Yoorekka for more Bacolod restaurant recommendations!
Note that Bacolod City is under modified enhanced community quarantine until September 30, and this restaurant might have adjusted operating hours under the city's new status. Please contact the branch before visiting.


Ramen, comfort food, nostalgic dishes, Bacolod

If you want to slurp authentic ramen noodles during quarantine, then head to this restaurant on Lacson Street.

Images: Nezu Facebook Page

When comfort food springs to mind, people think of dishes that make the belly warm and happy. For some that dish is ramen, with its milky broth, smooth and thin noodles, vegetable toppings, and delectable pork slices. Now that the cold season has come, the appetite for steaming hot bowls can be undeniably strong.

When the country first went under the enhanced community quarantine, Filipinos resorted to store-bought noodles to satisfy their cravings. Luckily this shouldn’t have to be the case anymore, as there is a Japanese restaurant situated along one of the major streets in Bacolod that is ready to serve diners with more care. Despite the pandemic, Nezu Restaurant warmly welcomes its diners with various Japanese signature dishes. And to ensure not only the satisfaction but also the safety of customers, Nezu Restaurant also has strict health protocols in place. Read on to know more about this restaurant’s specialties and its safety measures.

A Restaurant with Great Food and Ambiance


Japanese restaurant, Japanese signature dishes, Authentic Ramen

Try out their signature Miso Ramen and get a taste of pork broth with sweet corn, butter, scallions, and wekame seaweed.

Image: Nezu Facebook Page

Inside the restaurant customers are greeted with wooden beams and polished concrete floors that give a homey and modern feel. Behind the staff’s face masks are friendly and accommodating smiles that reflect the warmth of Japanese hospitality. On Nezu’s menu are various specialties, but the restaurant’s signature Miso Ramen is a dish not to be missed. To fully enjoy the Japanese dining experience, try the rice bowls, sushi options, and tarts. The matcha cheesecake tart is a notable recommendation, as it is the restaurant’s bestseller, too.



Safety Protocols of Nezu

Following the new normal measures in Bacolod City, Nezu restaurant operates everyday from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The restaurant also puts the safety of its customers and staff by implementing the following safety measures:

• A “No Face Mask, No Entry” policy is observed in the restaurant.
• Temperature screening, hand sanitizing, and providing contact information should be done by the customers upon entry.
• The staff are equipped with proper personal protective equipment such as face masks and face shields.
• Seating capacity is reduced to 50% and tables are spaced far enough to practice social distancing among customers.
• Thorough disinfection is done regularly in between customers.

They say eating noodles can bring long life. So with Nezu’s warm bowls and safety measures, not only can you satisfy your soup craving but also increase your chances of a lasting life!


Visit Yoorekka for more Bacolod restaurant recommendations!

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Shanice Reyes writes to buy herself good coffee and bike parts. When she's not writing, you can find her playing Ultimate Frisbee, traveling to new places, or hanging out with her dogs and tarantulas. Though she has an irrational fear of heights, she'd love to try sky-diving one day.

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