Saturday, June 13, 2020

Rekishi wo Kizame

I'm not in the mood for Jiro-kei ramen every day, but every once in a while I enjoy giving it a try. This time I stopped at maybe Osaka's most famous Jiro-kei shop, the Teradamachi branch of Rekishi wo Kizame. It was a greasy, messy place, filled with young men and the smell of garlic and oil. I ordered the aptly named "ramen".


The Bowl
The broth was a sharp, garlicky shoyu, captured at its best by the chunky, curly, glutinous noodles. The chashu was enormous too, but didn't quite capture the essence of the bowl the same way the noodles did. I was destroyed by the oil and raw amount of food, but I don't regret it.


Would I Go Again?

Should You Go?

ラーメン荘 歴史を刻め

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