Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen


The school year is finally over and yes, we can now have more time to share our EATSperiences with you all! In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing our EATSperience at Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen in Venice Grand Canal Mall in Taguig City. We have been wanting to try Mitsuyado’s Tsukemen, which literally means dipping noodles. Aside from that, Mitsuyado also has the usual suspects like gyoza, tonkotsu ramen, donburi, karaage, tempura, and many more. Looks like you are in for another treat! We will share around 7 to 8 dishes that will surely make you want to dine at Mitsuyado right away. Sounds good, so far? Join us as we EATSperience Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen for the very first time, enjoy!

Hello, Mitsuyado Sei-Men!



Mitsuyado Sei-men is located alongside other restaurants on the first floor of Venice Grand Canal Mall. It is right in front of the lengthy canal and the view of gondola’s sailing would be an easy sight, both during the day and during the night, if it is not too crowded though. But the food will definitely suffice an amazing meal.

Let’s take a look inside Mitsuyado!




The open kitchen sets an inviting ambiance. Freshly hand-made noodles can easily be seen by the diners. The interior and the different furniture were arranged accordingly, that give diners enough space to move around.

Time to EATsperience Mitsuyado’s tasty dishes!


Yes, we are trying out not one, not two, not three, but EIGHT dishes out of Mitsuyado Sei-Men’s menu! Good thing we woke up late that day and we woke up HUNGRY. Let’s see if we can finish all of these tempting treats! Let the EATING begin!

Side Orders and Salad

Agedashi Tofu
Php 120

The agedashi tofu has a light and crisp batter that absorbed the sweet, soy-sauce based sauce really well. The tofu had a naturally sweet flavor and its texture was smooth. A filling side order enough to start a good meal.

Wonton Plate (8pcs)
Php 180

The wonton wrapper was smooth and silky which we really liked and texture-wise it didn’t change even if some pieces were not eaten right away. Each wonton also had a generous amount of filling that was really tasty. 

Spicy Tuna
Php 190

The spicy tuna was one of our favorites. A mixture of creamy and crunchy in texture. The tuna tasted really fresh and spicy dressing did not over power the natural flavor of the tuna. Definitely a must-try!

Broccoli and Egg Oyster Mayonnaise Salad
Php 150

Big pieces of egg and broccoli made this salad really appetizing. The serving size is big enough to share with 2-3 people. With its taste, serving size and price, this is truly worth it! 


Chicken Teriyaki Don
Php 250

This chicken teriyaki don was loved by Baby Eats! Tender and juicy chicken with a great balance of sweet and salty teriyaki sauce. Perfect for hungry kids and adults. Thus, our hungry Baby Eats had a lot of this!

Torigara Ramen

Karashi Ramen
Php 230 Small / Php 280 Regular / Php 330 Large

Their Karashi Ramen is perfect for diners who love spicy food. The broth was really fragrant and it really had a strong spicy as well. The noodles had a perfect texture and the wonton dumplings were a perfect topping for this ramen.


Garlic Egg Ae-Soba
Php 270 Regular / Php 310 Large

This Garlic Egg Ae-Soba had a lot of toppings that made it really flavorful and savory. The egg was runny and it bound all the toppings and the noodles together. Different textures and flavors in every bite!

Special Tsukemen

Cheese Curry Tsukemen
Php 340 Small / Php 360 Regular / Php 390 Large
Pour the cheese and mix before dipping noodles into the curry sauce!

It was our first time to try a cheese and curry noodle combination and it did not disappoint. The purpose of mixing the cheese sauce with the noodles was to give a balance in flavor as the noodles were dipped in the curry sauce. The noodles again, had a perfect texture that absorbed the cheese and curry sauce really well. A good creation and combination!


That was indeed a flavorful feast! We were really stuffed after having all these, and even Baby Eats was full! Like what we have mentioned above, great food with a relaxing view like this (if it is not crowded), will definitely give you an EATSperience that will make you want to come back. Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen is indeed for those people who love Japanese food and noodles. That’s it for EATSplorations latest EATdition. Stay tuned as we continue to share with you all good food finds around the Metro. ‘Till next time!

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Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen

Ground Floor, Venice Grand Canal Mall, McKinley Hill, Taguig City

+632 843 4329

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Operating Hours:

10:00am to 10:00pm (Mon-Sun)

Budget: 500-1000 php for two

Mitsuyado Sei-Men Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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