Discover a popular restaurant’s delicious menu! Ayase “The sun will rise again
Hello, this is arlo!
It’s been a while since I’ve been to a ramen place near my hometown.
It’s been a while since I’ve been to a ramen shop near my hometown, but now that Corona has settled down and I’m no longer working from home, it’s been difficult to go there.
It’s been a while since I’ve been to a ramen restaurant near my hometown, but since it’s my kid’s birthday, I decided to get paid!
I went to this restaurant to prepare my stomach before the feast.
The sun will rise again
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This is a popular restaurant in Adachi-ku, Tokyo, famous for its niboshi.
It’s a place you can’t get this kind of taste unless you go there.
The previous article is here.
We visited just before lunch time, so there was no line!
But as expected of a popular restaurant, there was a line for the last seat, so my timing was good!
This time, my goal was to try the Tofu paste balls, which I hadn’t had in the past.
This time, my goal was to try the “Tare Tamasu”, which I hadn’t had in the past.
Of course, you can dip it in the soup, but it’s also delicious on its own.
This time, I simply ordered the “Niboshi Soba”.
When I was seated, I handed in the ticket for the “Tare Tamasu” along with the meal ticket, and was told to ask for the “Tare Tamasu” when the time was right.
The bowl of rice arrived in about five minutes after we were seated.
The smell of niboshi-oshi (dried sardines) and roasted pork chashu (pork chashu) made me excited.
The soup was a little salty. Is it because it’s the last part of lunch? It was a little more salty than usual.
It’s delicious, but I personally prefer it to be a little milder.
But it’s definitely a tasty and refreshing ramen without the sour taste of niboshi.
As soon as I had finished my meal, I ordered the Tofu Tofu.
You can choose between soy sauce and salt.
Halfway through the ramen, I was already torn between soy sauce and salt (laughs).
But since the ramen was soy sauce this time, I ended up ordering salt.
After a few minutes, the salad balls arrived!
This was the winner!
The slightly oily, hardened, thin, straight noodles with the salt sauce tangled in them are absolutely delicious as they are!
Of course, you can eat them with the soup, but I ate them as they were, almost without adding anything.
Next time, I was thinking of having salt & dressed egg (soy sauce), but this makes me want to have salt again.
I’m already having trouble deciding, so I hope to visit this restaurant again soon.