In Japan, ramen is an extremely popular dish of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in broth together with various kinds of toppings. Ramen is also known as chuka soba, and a highly recommended spot for trying this dish is Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles. Recently, that eatery became the only ramen restaurant in the world to win a Michelin star.
At Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles, the all-important broth for the noodles is prepared using clams, white fish, chicken oil and Italian black truffles, which give it a fresh and unique taste. The noodles themselves are made by hand using flour from a fi ne domestic variety of wheat, and they fully absorb the flavor of the broth. The garnishes for the ramen may be roast pork and boiled egg. At Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles, different varieties of ramen are available, such as broths made based on soy sauce (shoyu) and salt (shio) to cater to different people’s tastes. This excellent ramen eatery is something you should certainly not miss when sightseeing in Tokyo. And I very much hope that you will enjoy it.
Name: Hu Wentao
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