07 Sep 2014

Menya Kisso is a ramen shop in Kiba station that is lined by locals and tourists for their great tasting ramen and tsukemen. Don't know the difference between ramen and tsukemen? Read more about them here.

 

Their menu is simple. It's the same flavor of ramen for everyone. The customer is just given a choice to have it ramen-style or tsukemen-style. You can also opt for a large bowl if you believe you eat more than the average. The noodles are handmade, and tastes and looks fine. The soup is flavored with a combination of pork and fish, and tastes so good you wouldn't mind sipping it to the last drop.

 

For ramen egg fanatics, if you like half-boiled egg that much, you might want to try eating at Menya Kisso. Their egg is cooked perfectly.

 

Despite being a famous restaurant to visit for ramen adventurers, Menya Kisso only serves lunch from 11:30 AM-3:00 PM, and is closed for 2 days in a week (Wednesday and Sunday).

 

Menya Kisso: Best Ramen and Tsukemen in Kiba

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Menya Kisso: Best Ramen and Tsukemen in Kiba

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Menya Kisso: Best Ramen and Tsukemen in Kiba

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Menya Kisso: Best Ramen and Tsukemen in Kiba

Photo from ramen-otaku.blogspot.com

 

Menya Kisso
Toyo, Koto-ku, Tokyo 1-11-3
(+81) 03-3699-5929

 

Business Hours:
11:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Closed on Wednesdays and Sundays

*Shop closes when ingredients run out

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