Aburi-Chashu ramen. For some reason the chashu comes in a plate separately from the ramen. The soup, the chashu, the seasoned egg and the seasoned Eryngii mushroom are all not bad but I find them too salty. You can choose either thick noodles or thin noodles. Thick noodles is made from barley and thin noodles is made from “black wheat”. Thick noodles is chewy and thin noodles is almost like soba. Both are good but I personally prefer thick noodles.
Cha-han(fried rice) and half ramen set. Fried rice is surprisingly nice.
Shiro-miso(white miso) ramen is not bad.
Spicy miso ramen and Shiso gyoza are both so-so.
Special cold noodles(summer menu) with marinated vegetables, seasoned egg, chicken with mayonnaise. The sauce is some sweet dressing with sesame seed. Not bad but again…..too salty!!
Special tsukemen is not salty(phew!) and is quite good. The portion is so big that I couldn’t finish – the cheaper version of tsukemen is enough.
Yakiniku set includes a half ramen. The pork is soft and the sweet sauce is not bad in a junky sort of way.
Buta-meshi(pork on rice) and half ramen set.The creme brulee is tiny but surprisingly nice for a ramen shop.
This is a branch of a ramen chain originally from Nagano. Not the kind of high-profile “gourmet” ramen shop that always has queue outside, but it is cheap and it opens really long hours(11:00am to 2:00am) which is kinda convenient.
信濃神麺 烈士洵名＠春日 (Shinanoshinmen Resshijunmei@Kasuga)
Add:1-15-6, Nishikata, Bunkyo-ku