Wednesday, December 5, 2012


There were still a number of places in the new issue of Ramen Walker I hadn't tried yet, and one was just a little bit of a detour off the way home from work. Kyosuke specialized in fishy ramen, in particular, a fishy chicken paitan. I hadn't had such a wacky combination since my last visit to Menya Taku almost a year before, so I was interested.

麺屋 きょうすけ
Ōsaka-fu, Ōsaka-shi, Chūō-ku, Azuchimachi, 1丁目4−5

The Bowl
The broth was rich and cloudy. It tasted strongly of fish, and it did remind me a lot of Menya Taku. The noodles were medium and firm, and like the creamy egg and thin menma, were quite tasty. There was on thick piece of barbecued chashu; it tasted almost like yakiniku. A rich memory of a rich bowl.

Would I Go Again?
Yeah, this place was good.

Should You Go?
If you're near Sakaisuji Honmachi, check it out.

1 comment:

  1. I ate there tonight. I wrote an English menu for him. You can find it on google+ ラーメン