Sunday, May 26, 2013


It was the day of the Craft Beer Live event in Osaka, and after having a few pints with my friend, we decided we needed some food to settle our stomachs. My friend wanted tsukemen, so I took him to the flagship branch of baseball-themed yakiniku and tsukemen shop Kyuji. I had previously been to the shop in Tennoji, where I got the the kotteri tsukemen, so this time I decided to go for something different. They didn't have the miso or spicy tsukemen that I was aiming for, so I went with the standard Kyuji tsukemen.


つけ麺 球児
4 Chome-2 Nanba

The Bowl
Where the previous time I had gone, the broth was really thick, this time it was very thin It was refreshing, with a taste of chicken, but it didn't match the fat noodles that were served with it. The barbecued chashu was chewy and as delicious as I remembered, but the soup was a bit too salty towards the end. Hopefully next time I'll get one of the thicker soups.


Would I Go Again?
I wasn't happy with what I ordered, but I want to try some of the other types, so I might be back.


Should You Go?
It's a decent place in Namba, just order one of the thicker soups.


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