Friday, August 26, 2011


It way day two of my friend's visit which meant another chance to get ramen.  I had been to Rokusanroku once before and it was pretty good, and we were in the area.  Last time I had ordered the ramen, but this time I went for the tokusei tsukemen.


Ōsaka-fu Ōsaka-shi Kita-ku Komatsubarachō 4−29
Rokusanroku is in a maze of alleys right behind the HEP buildings in Umeda.

The Bowl
This was a reasonably well done gyokai tonkotsu, which is OK by me.  The broth was nice and thick and the noodles fat and chewy.  The menma were thicker than usual, and tasted pretty good.  The chashu was pretty thick, but not as good as some of the other places I've reviewed.  On the side was a spicy habanero sauce tasted good and had quite a kick.

Would I Go Again?
I don't see myself venturing here often, but I think I'll find my way back since they have a large menu and it's in a pretty central area.

Should You Go?
It's a classic gyokai tonkotsu and in a good location, so I would definitely recommend it.  It's similar to though probably a little better than Monjiro.

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