Sunday, February 17, 2019

Saishoku Ramen Kinsei

One by one I will hit all of the Kinsei shops. I've been to Kinsei Mufu somewhere deep in Takatsuki, but now it was time to try the flagship right by Takatsuki station. For my first time to the flagship, I gotta get the shio.

いつかすべてのきんせいの支店に行きたいと思います。高槻の田舎のほうにきんせい夢風に行ったことがありましたけど、今回高槻駅の辺にある本店に行ってみました。初めてなので、当然こだわりの塩にするしかありません。



The Bowl
If you ever hear me complain that shio is too simple to stand out, remind me that Kinsei exists. Kinsei's shio broth is a silky-smooth light shio, that comes in strong through its flat and super-slurpable noodles. The optional egg had a tinge of smokiness, and the chashu was nothing special, but the smooth broth you can't get tired of is why I'm sure I'll find myself at this shop again.

「塩がシンプルしすぎて、興味ないな」とたまに思っちゃいますけど、それが違う証拠がきんせいです。シルク風な滑らかさであっさりとした塩で、すすりやすい麺で感じられます。味玉も頼んで、ほんのり燻製の香りがしました。チャーシューなどより、やっぱり止まれないスープが癖になって、また行っちゃう気がします。

Would I Go Again?
Yes.

また行くと思います。

Should You Go?
Yes.

はい。

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