Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Tsukemen Senmonten Matsuura

Tenma offers a ton of good restaurants, ramen and otherwise, and I try to make a point to head there every once in a while. Unfortunately, though, since it's a bit out of the way, I don't make it there too often. With the new edition of Ramen Walker out, there are even more exciting places to try, so I put on my walking boots and trudged over there. This trip brought me to Tsukemen Senmonten Matsuura, a delicious looking gyokai tonkotsu shop.

天満にはいろいろなおいしいレストランがあるので、たまに行こうとしています。ちょっと遠いですから、最近はぜんぜん行っていません。 新しいラーメンウォーカーに出て、歩いて行くことにしました。今回つけ麺専門店まつ浦の魚介豚骨のラーメン屋さんに行きました。

The Bowl
It sure has been a while since I've had some good tsukemen. The broth, while not super thick, was rich and sweet like you'd expect. The noodles took it up a notch; they were super fat and firm, with grain embedded in the noodles. The chashu was very thick and fatty, juicy and bursting with umami flavor. All around a good bowl.


Would I Go Again?
If I'm in Tenma again I'm still tempted to go to a place I've never been to before, but if I'm making second rounds, I'll go to Matsuura.


Should You Go?
If you're in Tenma and you've already been to Gunjo, then this is next on the list of gyokai tonkotsu shops.


つけ麺専門店 まつ浦

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