Shinasobaya: I regretted not being able to try this so it’s one of the main reasons I’m back again.
This Ukokkei yude-tamago is an egg from a special chicken that only lays eggs once-a-week as opposed to daily for a regular chicken. This egg cost an additional 300 yen (about 3 dollars) and was well worth it!
Deemed a ramen that “appeals to five senses,” it felt like it appealed to a few more that I never knew I had. The soup had a sweet miso taste with a little spice from the togarashi. The vegetables were delicious and just what I needed.
Ryushanhai: Being so full after the first two, I didn’t think my stomach could take anymore. But I was determined to try another that I missed in round 1. I’ve had my eye on Ryushanhai’s karamiso topping since I first walked in.
I really wish there were more of me. This karamiso was an interesting combination of sweet and spicy. Sweet from the miso base and spicy from the karamiso topping. After one sip, I instantly understood its popularity.