Saturday, May 4, 2013

Ichiban Kan

Another day in Onomichi, another bowl of ramen. My friends and I were going to head out early towards Kagawa, but we were hankering for some Australian meat pies, and when we decided to stay for meat pies, we realized we might as well stay for more ramen, too.

Shukaen was the most highly recommended shop, so we had a bit more options for number two. We went with another place suggested that wasn't too far, Ichiban Kan.


2 Chome-9-26 Tsuchidō

The Bowl
The broth was a rich shoyu, that tasted almost like a sauce you'd see on Chinese food, but compared to Shukaen, it was lighter. The noodles were thin and chewy. I expected a simple bowl, but Ichiban Kan laid on the toppings hard. Creamy egg, menma, all kinds of onions, and thick if chewy kakuni pork topped the bowl.


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


Should You Go?
If you're in Onomichi, check Shukaen first. Then go here.


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