Ever since G-men closed down, I’ve been searching for
another great ramen place in Richmond. I know G-men eventually combined with Nan
Chuu, but I’ve heard from numerous people that the quality of their ramen has
gone down. I remember seeing ramen on Gyo-o’s menu and thought I’d give it a
try with Trixie during lunchtime.
excellent appy to chew on while we wait for our main entrees. 😛
Yukke Don ($10.00) and it came with a side of miso soup.
Tako Wasabi, a runny poached egg, and sweet soy sauce.
explode into a lava of gooey eggness.
it will look like this, which isn’t much. But your taste buds will differ. 🙂
Tonkatsu Ramen ($9.50) because I was craving a hot bowl of noodles. There
were quite a few squid rings, one clam, two to three shrimp, seaweed, and green
taste the shockingly pungent seafood flavour in the broth. The seafood flavour
was so pungent that it can either make you fall in love, or turn you off because
of the so-fresh-you-almost-taste-the-seafood-market type of taste. I personally loved the seafood flavour so I will definitely be returning for this in the future.
macaroons, two of each flavour (strawberry, green tea, and chocolate).
horrible. They tasted stale, not at all soft on the inside, and very crumbly. Macaroons
are suppose to have a harder shell on the outside and a soft center with a
gooey filling, but I got none of that.
to look natural, and the tea flavour tasted artificial.
cream or something. It tasted very off.
- authentic, delicious ramen!
- everything on the menu is quite reasonably priced
- always fresh seafood (as always)
- just don’t get the macaroons 😛