Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Tsukemen Makoto

When I walk home from work, I take different routes depending on my mood. Sometimes I walk through Kitashinchi, and then down Yotsubashi Dori. Makoto is a shop I passed around there all the time, but was never intrigued or hungry enough to go in. It didn't look amazing, but it had a few interesting menu items including curry tsukemen and spicy tantanmen-like ramen. One day I knew I'd have to try it, and today was that day. I went for the spicy ramen.


つけ麺 眞
2 Chome-2-37 Dōjima

The Bowl
This was a spicy ramen I could get behind. It was kind of a miso ramen, with tons of the Chinese chili oil ra-yu poured in. It was almost like a miso tantanmen. Sprinkled with onions, pork, and with one sheet of nori, the bowl was completed by standard but good medium, straight noodles.


Would I Go Again?
Yeah, this was good and I want to try the other kinds of ramen, too.


Should You Go?
It's not as canonical as other places, but if you're in Nishi-Umeda it's a pretty good choice.


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