Although between station Ramen Mishima is highly ranked on Tabelog... neck and neck to Ramen Jiro, Hagan and Maruyoshi. After a night of all you can eat Yakitori, stop at a TacoYaki spot we really needed something very light... and I finally made it to Mishima.
The Chef recommended the Blue (shio ramen) or the Purple (Fish based shio ramen). The red button is "Men no oomori" (large portion of noodles) for +100yen.
No Smoking! Nice!!
For Oomori (large portion of noodles) its +100yen.
This is my Shio (salt) Ramen... very clear soup broth, super light and just enough flavor to hold you over. We arrived on a full stomach and anything heavier would just destroy us.
Instead of the usual pork slices I think this was chicken...
My friend ordered the fish based shio (salt) broth ramen... much more flavorful than mine and more to my liking. The color was so nice.
Our Chef was incredibly friendly and chatted us up during our time there. He trained at another shop for 10 years and opened up his own shop 2 years ago but never realized that he was in the battle grounds of ramen shops that is Sakuradai/Ekoda/Nerima. We have Hagan, Jiro, Dai, Maruyoshi and so many choices in the area... but his menu always has limited time ramen flavors that seems to keep everyone returning.
Restaurant: Ramen Mishima
Foodie Tabelog Website: http://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1321/A132101/13140848/
Address J: 東京都練馬区桜台1-2-9Address E: Tokyo, Nerima-ku, Sakuradai 1-2-9
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