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If soy base broth is your flavor, this is your place.
This is what I tried:
-charsiu wonton ajitama shoyu soba
I touched on it in the quickie review, if soy base is your thing, this is it. Soy is not usually...More
We went on a Saturday for a delicious ramen lunch. My husband got tickets right at opening (7 am) so we went back to wait at noon. I had miso broth and my husband had shoyu. Both were delicious. I think this place lives up...More
I came on Wednesday without aware that the shop is close every wednesday. What a bummer! So o decide to come back again on Friday. And this time i got 1PM slot. I choose soyu soba, which cost 1200Yen. That coveted michelin starred ramen then...More
It's not worth making the journey to Sugamo if their opening times are so unreliable.
I went there early in the morning to buy a ticket for later that day, having checked opening times on the internet and called ahead a few days before to...More
My review is simple. Delicious Soba Ramen. If you prefer the spicy and the in your face strength broth then this won’t wow you. It wowed me. The delicate layers of flavours after every slurp, perfect texture of the noodles. Loved it. I will definitely...More
I travel to Japan every month on flight duties extensively to Fukuoka, Nagoya, Osaka, Narita and Tokyo. I adore Japanese food and have recommended countless back alley “local” secret eats to friends.
The hype and internet chatter on this Michelin star ramen set me up...More
Out eagerly anticipated visit to Tsuta did not fall short. We’d heard about the first ramen restaurant to gain a Michelin star a year prior to our visit so our expectations were high.
A really relaxed and casual vibe, we arrived at 8am to collect...More
I was taken to this very popular and now quite famous Ramen noodle restaurant by some colleagues in Tokyo. It's very clean, very efficient and very, very small. To be honest I was not really blown away with the noodles. They were beautifully presented but...More
We were quite excited to dine at Tsuta, the first Michelin star ramen restaurant! It is located in Sugamo, which is a stone's throw away from Sugamo station, accessible via the Yamanote line.
We arrived early in the morning, around 7-8 am to collect our...More
I love ramen and soba, so this was a must to see if the hype and the michelin stars are deserved.
I love the whole process of getting there early in the morning a reserving your spot for later in the day.
Resoundingly yes these...More
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Much crowded time would be lunch time. If you go dinner there, it would be OK. Means not much long line to wait. For lunch, you need to get ticket (kind of fast pass), then you go there at designated time.