September 1, 2017

Buendia Food By The Court: Little Kodo

In less than a year, Buendia Food by the Court has already established itself as a favorite foodie destination and hangout in Makati City. Launched early this year by SUDECO, the unique food park, which also houses a basketball court, started out with 13 merchants. Today, BFBTC has a total of 27 merchants serving a variety of unique, mouthwatering food concepts. The first of its kind in Makati, Buendia Food by the Court is an extensive food park with its own basketball court, located conveniently in the middle of the metro. 

Whether you want to burn a few calories post binge, work up an after-game appetite, or you simply want to chill with friends in a hip, laid back environment that just happens to offer some of the best grub in the city, BFBTC is your best bet. Buendia Food by the Court, with its wide variety of curated food options, has something for everyone. 

I've featured and introduced Buendia Food by the Court in another post, which you can read here: Buendia Food by the Court: Food, Fun, and Basketball, and the next few blog posts will focus on each of the food stalls that we tried that afternoon. 

Did you know that you can enjoy Asian cuisines by just going to at BFBTC and never have to leave Manila? There a lot of stalls there that offers them just like Little Kodo. This stall offers Japanese food favorites. We sampled their ramen, takoyaki, Cali maki and gyoza. 

Little Kodo’s Ramen is served with pork or chicken noodles in shoyu or creamy soup. Gone are the days of instant ramen you had in high school and college. Real ramen has swept all nations in recent years and it is more complex, dynamic and much more delicious than those in styro cups that we are used to. The noodles had a good amount of chew and bounce and weren’t overcooked. The translucent soup is rich and porky. I love the deliciously braised pork that is tender and with a variety of other toppings like the egg (though it wasn’t the organic one were the yolk is orangey), veggies and shredded corns. 

Takoyakis are Japanese balls made of minced veggies with bits of octopus. I like takoyakis because of their creamy texture contrasted with the flaky and crunchy bonito flakes. Best eaten with sauce and mayonnaise. 

We also got to try the Gyoza (Japanese dumplings made of mixed vegetables with ground pork) and California Maki. I’m a big Japanese cuisine fan and Little Kodo definitely satisfied my cravings for this type of food. 

Check out each food stalls that we've tried by clicking on the links below: 
Buendia Food by the Court: Food, Fun, and Basketball
Barrel Smoker's  
Brothers' Blends
Doss Pares
Isha's Little Thai Kitchen 
Keso Kumpadre
Korvits Grill
Little Kodo 
RJ's Korean Bowl-Gogi 
Rojak Salad 
Shangkee Buns
Sausage Party 
Shrimper's List

Sen. G. Puyat Avenue cor. Bautista & Finlandia Sts.
Makati City Philippines
Contact No: (02) 744 5510


For more information, complete menu and restaurant reviews, check out their Zomato profile: 
Little Kodo Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
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