Monday, February 3, 2014


One of the high ranked shoyu places in Osaka is in a place I've been to recently, the Osaka Ekimae buildings. I've wanted to go to Roran before, and have even came this way and searched for it. By now, though, my understanding of the underground complex of Osaka Ekimae buildings has increased a lot, and I had no trouble finding it. They had a seasonal miso available, which was tempting, but I had to stick with the classic shoyu.


The Bowl
The broth had everything about it of a standard shoyu; smooth, and salty, but not overly so. The kind of soup that even when you're full you could still keep drinking. The medium noodles picked up the soup well, and while the chashu wasn't stellar, the full creamy egg went down just as easily as the broth.


Would I Go Again?
Yeah, this place was good, and I'm curious about their seasonal soups too.


Should You Go?
Yes; it might be the best shoyu in Umeda.


麺屋 楼蘭

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