Go. Eat. Be happy. Make sure to order the tonkatsu Ramen with a side of karaage and a big old pint of Asahi!
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Decided to duck our heads in...a reed mat on the door with a lantern plus a sign saying "English menu"...ventured down and glad we did. Only locals are eating here, but I tell you what, the food is the best I have had in Tokyo...More
The ramen was very good without being outstanding. I'd recommend getting the ramen with the fried chicken coming as a side. It was really great. Lightly battered, not oily at all. Prices were very good and service was great as always.
I love gyoza but was put off by the giant plastic gyoza street sign. The kids love fried rice and fried chicken so potentially all could be pleased. We ventured and were not disappointed. For AUD$46 we are very well and there were no complaints...More
I've started to get into rich broths like tonkotsu and I walked past Ichiran but there was a long queue, so I decided to try Tenkaippin and no queue at all! The broth is an amazingly rich and thick soup - I could point to...More
It's usually a small restaurant without an English menu, but it's amazing! My husband and I stopped in for a quick lunch and it was incredible. We selected the #3 from the picture on the menu and it was delicious. The best part was that...More
I was out looking for a late night snack when I stumbled upon Tenkaippin. They serve Sapporo style ramen. The taste was good but the broth was like a sauce. It was very thick. I couldn't drink it. Still better than than most of what...More
I walked around kabuki cho when suddenly i stopped by and try the nearby restaurant. Tried the best ramen they offer, in a set with fried rice and gyoza.. And it surprised me.. It was a broth with the taste of salted egg, and it...More
I remember last December we did 6 days of ramen cause it works so well in the cold. even a shorter trip alone this time a typhoon rolls through and chills the October days. Ramen it is. any ramen would do but this was close...More