The Ankake Ramen (Php 280), which is seafood ramen, is also quite taste. Unfortunately, Ramen Nagi came in and ruined this dish for me because I now prefer the rich, creamy broth in my ramen rather than the traditional slimy texture you'd get from this bowl. Don't be disheartened, if you're looking for some good seafood soup then this is actually pretty good.
I also love their take on the California Rolls and Salmon Nigiri. All the plates that come out of the kitchen look like fresh, beautiful plates that you would find in a traditional Japanese restaurants. I haven't had a bad sushi platter so far in Nihonbashi Tei, so everything in the sushi menu will come out delicious.