Sunday, September 17, 2017

Niboshi Ramen Rarara

On one lazy Sunday I needed to get out of my house, and used that as an excuse to hit up a shop outside my normal radius. I visited Niboshi Ramen Rarara, a shop founded by an alum of Tamagoro, and got their dried sardine ramen.

だらだらとしている日曜日に家を出かけないとなと思っていて、まあまあ遠くにあるラーメン屋さんに行こうかなと決めました。「玉五郎」で終業した人の「二星らーめん ららら」というダジャレの名前の店に行って、味玉煮干しらーめんを頼みました。

The Bowl
As in the Tamagoro mould, the ramen was a cloudy, salty, sardine broth that was thick but far from impenetrable. The noodles were square and firm, in a good size to fit the saltiness of the soup. The chashu and egg were pretty simple when it came to flavor, but the egg was nice and creamy, and the dash of pepper on the pork went a long way.


Would I Go Again?
This was solid but I don't think I'll make it out here again.


Should You Go?
It's a solid addition to the Fuse ramen scene, but maybe not worth the trek out there.


二星らーめん ららら

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