My favorite Instagram foodie and quite spot on photographer based out of Hong Kong. Most of her adventures are another level but on her recent visit to Tokyo she near my office. Had to visit her ramen shop post in Roppongi! @furellie #furellie
L shaped counter and must have had at least 50% Southeast Asian diners this night.
This was when we entered at 9:20pm but before my ramen came out there was a line outside.
The push button system here is interesting. The most expensive items are pictured on the top row while most Japanese ramen spots will put the least expensive but most recommended item on the top left. This was the first time I paid 1,200 yen for a bowl of ramen. Thinking back.. I went to a Musashi in Shinjuku back in 2010 that was 1,000 yen! Same owner?
3 guys on deck...
I think you can level up your noodles all the way to 1 kilograms! Phew.
yeah this ramen was a beauty... The pork was nicely grilled, the noodles perfectly think & chewy, the soup delicious. Honestly if you had to have just 1 bowl of ramen please skip Ippudo and Ichiran. OR if you are up for and adventure at a budget 600-700 yen price range thats hella delicious check out Jiro. https://tokyobelly.blogspot.com/search?q=jiro
I think this seasoned semi-boiled egg was an additional 100 yen.
Probably my first photo of the AC system in any restaurant.. enjoy!
Will be back for their dipping noodles tsukemen soon.
And of course when in Roppongi you will always spot supercars.... Lamborghini Aventador S?
Restaurant: Menya Musashi Kousho
Tabelog Foodie: https://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1307/A130701/13131171/
Address J: 東京都港区六本木4-12-6 内田ビル 1FAddress E: Tokyo, Minato-ku, Roppongi 4-12-6
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