A chain ramen shop near Tokyo Dome that promotes LOHAS(heathy + environmental friendly). Usually I try not to go near chain/franchise food joints simply because of the high chance of having a 21-year-old part-timer cooking in the kitchen, but this shop is alright even though the cook is different depends on the day of the week and all of them are pretty young. Their homepage says the soup base is low-fat chicken, the noodles have soy milk blended in, the vegetables are low in agricultural chemicals, and organic tomatoes from Italy are used(why not use local ones? ). Healthy claims aside, I think the food is not bad in general, and it does feel good to have a bowl of noodles that is not oily or salty and has a lot of tomatoes in it. Plus it is cheap, it is non-smoking, and it opens all day, everyday of the week.
Cheese ramen. “Risotto” that you can put into the leftover tomato soup.
Lunch set available during Mon-Sat lunch hours. Chicken paitan(white soup) ramen + chicken rice.
Vongole-men. The clams are just toppings. Kara-age(fried chicken). This one is juicy but I had a really dry one before.
Egg ramen. Garlic and spring onion rice.
Chicken Paitan ramen with all the toppings(garlic, seasoned egg, seaweed, spring onion). Fried cheese dumplings.
Aubergine ramen(slightly spicy). Kaedame-tamago(extra portion of noodles plus a raw egg to put into leftover soup).
Clams and vegetables. Chicken charshu-men – the chicken is heated with a burner.
Lunch set available during Mon-Sat lunch hours. Taiyo no ramen + spring onion rice. Plus a seasoned egg topping(Y50 at lunch time)
太陽のトマト麺 (Taiyo no Tomato men)
Add: 2-17-8 Misakicho, Chiyoda-ku