We walked around and urbanspooned all the surrounding restaurants and ended up at Taishoken Ramen. I’ve always wanted to come here and try their ‘dippin’ ramen’ aka Tsukemen Ramen.
The place seats about 25 people which isn’t a lot. We had to wait roughly 20 minutes before our table of five can get a table.
All of us ordered the Original Tsukemen Ramen ($11.75) which came with a plate of hot or cold noodles, soft boiled egg, and a side bowl of deep concentrated broth.
The broth is extremely rich and fat which is great for dipping your noodles in before slurping them up. The flavour clings on to the noodles to give you a delicious bite every time. Also, they put a hot stone in your broth to keep it piping hot during your meal.
All in all, I thought it was a fun and interesting meal! I like playing with my food so it’s always fun to do some extra work while eating (am I right, hot pot lovers?) :). I will definitely return in the summer when I want something cool and tasty for lunch.
Service Rating: 3/5
Food Rating: 3/5
Overall Rating: 3/5
playing with my food like..