My favorite ramen

by KAZUO

My favorite ramen noodle in Shinjyuku Tokyo

That is the straigt noodle with thick seafood soup

interesting cooking :put the oil film on the surface in order to keep soup  hot=you can enjoy delicious soup  until you finish the ramen

thick seafood soup is very delicious ,  sliced pork is very soft and tasty , bamboo shoot also very soft and good

this shop is not written on the foreign guide book →my secret ramen shopMy favorite ramen  My favorite ramen

 

 thre is the famous ramen shop in the golden street Shinjyuku   the soup is made from dreid small sardine ,like anchovy,called ,"Niboshi"in Japanese.     that is tasty ,but a little spicy&dryMy favorite ramen  My favorite ramen


01 Apr 2018

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