( A hot bowl of ramen does wonders to make any gloomy day better, especially with the rainier days upon us. If you're looking for a pick-me-up—say, a bowl of Botejyu's Tonkotsu Ramen—to amp up your mid-week, head over to Robinsons Antipolo this Thursday as they've got a special offer for all you fans of Japanese flavors.

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Here's what we know about Botejyu's latest promo and new branch:

This Thursday, August 31, you can sate your ramen cravings at Botejyu's Robinsons Antipolo branch as they finally open to the general public. To celebrate this big event, the brand is offering its first 70 customers a special treat: P70 Pork Tonkotsu Ramen with a free Coca-Cola soda to boot. 

Fall in line and get ready to slurp on a bowl of tasty noods sans the expensive price tag. But hey, even if you don't necessarily make the cut for the first 70 guests on the 31st, you can still grab a bowl of Pork Tonkotsu Ramen at P70 at the Robinsons Antipolo branch with a minimum purchase of P750.

Considering the wide selection of Japanese comfort eats at Botejyu, reaching P750 for your meal would be a breeze. Really, who can say no to all their rolls, sashimi, takoyaki, and okonomiyaki offerings? 

You might be wondering why it's specifically this branch that's offering this killer deal. Well, Botejyu Robinsons Antipolo is set to formally open to the public as the brand's 70th store in the Philippines—not to mention, it's also slated to be their biggest branch yet.

Check out these renders from the new Botejyu branch in Robinsons Antipolo:

This new Botejyu branch can seat over 188 diners at a time and is clad in warm wooden interiors that blend classic Japanese minimalism with more modern elements. This gives the space a simple yet sophisticated feel.

Unlike most Botejyu branches that are primarily for casual dining, this large space at Robinsons Antipolo even has private VIP function rooms and private dining areas that can be rented for special occasions. 

Botejyu was established in 1946 in the gourmet city of Tamade, Osaka, by Eikichi Nishino. They are known for their "crispy on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside" okonomiyaki. Aside from okonomiyaki,  diners can take their pick from its noodle dishes like udon and ramen or try out its modern Japanese selections.

Botejyu Robinsons Antipolo is at LG/F North Wing, Robinsons Antipolo, Antipolo, Rizal. For more information, visit BOTEYJU Philippines' Facebook page.

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