Monday, August 22, 2016

Wajo Ryomen Sugari

Another visit Kyoto means I can continue exploring the Shijo area for ramen. Last time I was deciding between a couple ramen shops, but I ended up only being able to find one of them. This time I was determined, and finally discovered where Wajo Ryomen Sugari is. They have ramen and curry tsukemen, but the main dish is the motsu tsukemen, so I ordered that.


The Bowl
The bowl was full of "motsu" innards, but the soup itself was a pretty standard gyokai tonkotsu. It was salty and tingly with umami, but it didn't stand out terribly from other good soups. The noodles did, however, and they were strong with their own flavor, grainy in a way that soba often is. The grilled onions and motsu mixed in had a nice charred, smoky flavor, and the pork melted in my mouth.


Would I Go Again?


Should You Go?


和醸良麺 すがり

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