Right in front of the Inokashirasen/Shinsen Station, there’s a little shop with only 10 counter seats. Their menu consists mainly of ramen, tsukemen (cold Chinese style noodles with a soup for dipping) and tantanmen (a Szechuan noodle dish with spicy pork slices on top). This shop doesn’t skimp on ingredients and they’re all organic foods produced in Japan. They also don’t use artificial flavoring, so what you’re getting came natural and stays natural. For example, the broth’s strong seafood flavoring comes from the Hokkaido scallops, konbu seaweed, and dried organic bonito flakes used to make it, not from artificial flavorings. The ramen are straight, medium thick noodles, while the tsukemen is made of thin, flat noodles (think linguine). Both have a nice, firm texture from first being boiled in oil before they’re put in the soup.
|Address||2-9 Shinsen-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo|
|Home Page||http://ramendb.supleks.jp (In Japanese)|
|Business Hours||Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm, from 5:30pm until soup runs out; Sat 11:30am-3:00pm; closed Sun|
|Price||Lunch: 0-999yen Dinner: 0-999yen|
|Occasion||Good for Solo, Group|