Nidaime ramen. The soup is slightly thick but not a bit greasy or salty – very nice to drink.
Nidaime tsukemen. Seems like the most popular item on the menu. The shop’s instructions are: for the first 1/3 of the ramen, just eat with the dipping soup alone. Then squeeze the sudachi into the ramen and mix well. For the last 1/3 of the ramen, add the black chilli pepper. The noodles are elastic and very chewy. After you’ve finished the ramen, you can ask the staff to add soup into the leftover.
Chashu with rice. It is a lot of pork – not bad but quite salty.
Ramen. Same as Nidaime Ramen but with less toppings.
Nidaime gohan – just rice with chopped pickled cucumber(also okra I think). A bit too simple for 280yen maybe?
Tsukemen. Same as Nidaime Tsukemen but with less toppings.
There is always a queue outside but the staff are very efficient so the wait is never longer than 15mins even during lunch hours at weekends. There is a bench outside for you to sit and wait and even help yourself to some hot tea.
めん徳 二代目 つじ田 神田御茶ノ水店 (Mentoku Nidaime Tsujita)
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