Monday, January 14, 2013

Tori no Ana

Chicken hole! That's what Tori no Ana means. Why? Because the broth is all chicken of course. This pairs with my previous shop as a rare no-pork ramen combo.

Tori no Ana was another classic Tokyo favorite of mine, and finally I was able to revisit it to review it for my loving readers. A bizarrely snowy day in Tokyo left my brother and I with no choice but to stop and get some good ol' fashioned chicken soup. There were two bowls, a white mild bowl, and a red spicy bowl. I got the spicy one.

Tōkyō-to, Toshima-ku, Higashiikebukuro, 1丁目39−20

The Bowl
Mmm, thick chicken soup, with a healthy dose of spice. Straight, fat, yellow noodles to go with it. And no chicken ramen is complete without with some pieces of chicken-chashu and ground chicken. If I didn't know any better I would have said you can't make ramen without pork taste so good.

Would I Go Again?

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