Monday, April 22, 2013

Typhoon Gang

Nakazakicho is easy for me to get to, but still I find myself to lazy to walk over there. After a while of my coworker telling me to go eat at Typhoon Gang, I finished work early and visited the shop. I ordered the normal tsukemen, a gyokai chicken that is notably shrimpy.


らーめん座談会 台風ギャング
Ōsaka-fu, Ōsaka-shi, Kita-ku, Nakazaki, 2丁目1−1

The Bowl
What a solid mix of shrimp and a more standard gyokai chicken tsukemen. The shrimp flakes intermingled with the broth and joined all the toppings; they wove between the noodles as they were dipped. The chashu was good, and the fried shrimp dumpling in the soup was even better. The bowl drained well with a wari-soup to suck up the last remaining shrimp flakes.


Would I Go Again?
Yeah, that place was good and convenient.


Should You Go?


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