Tokusei Shoyu Ramen(Special soy sauce noodle) plus Aji-tamago(seasoned boiled egg). Chashu-don(rice with roasted pork).
Shio(Salt) Ramen plus Aji-tamago. Miso ramen.
Tsukemen(Salt-based soup). Store-made Gyoza(only available at dinner and Saturday lunch).
Shoyu Ramen. Fried rice(available at dinnertime only).
Ramen shop in Akihabara. Doesn’t usually have queues except busy weekday lunch hour. I like the soup(shio, miso, shoyu) here which is not too salty and full of flavour, but unfortunately the noodles leave a lot to be desired….for this reason I enjoy the ramen with soup more than tsukemen. My favourite is Tokusei Shoyu Ramen. Aji-tamago is a must-add topping. “Rice service” at lunch time where you get a small bowl of rice for free. The portion for fried rice is a bit too big for me to eat with the ramen but it is nice too.
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That runny egg *O*! I usually like salt based flavor. The gyoza looked so ‘clean’ and not oily~
You get salt based flavour in chinese noodle shops so I always opt for miso/shoyu/tonkotsu. ^^;;; I get a little scared ordering gyoza in cheap ramen shops after the “poison gyoza” incident, but the menu says “store-made gyoza” so I guess it is alright…