I finally had a chance to climb Tokyo Sky Tree and a ramen foodie friend of mine (a lady~) said that one of her favorite ramen spots was Rokurin-Sha.
Randomly found it and had to reconfirm with another die hard ramen foodie... he said it was wildly popular. Sooooo I had to give it a try!
Ramen menu is also in English.
There are 3 choices but I went for the basic 850yen Tsukemen "Atsumori" (with hot noodles).
Noodles were nice and thick... had a bit of al'dente vs chewy.
The soup was a bit too watered down for me... I tend to enjoy more muddy soup that clings to the noodles.
2 pieces of tender char-siu.
First ramen spot I've seen to that had a nice clientele of grannies, young couples, girls and the usual salarymen/guys.
Wow... looks like there are times the line extends around the shop and down the hall. Count me out for that line...
Overall I really wasn't very impressed. I think I'd take Tsukemen TETSU or Menya SanMaruGo over Rokurinsha any day of the week.
Rokurinsha Website: http://rokurinsha.com/index.html
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