The final restaurant we would like to introduce is a restaurant that opened on February, 2016, called Shoyu To Kai To Men- Soshite Hito To Yume.
(Side Note: We got permission for photography.)
Here is the menu outside the restaurant.
We entered at 11:15 a.m., and we chose the counter seats. The counter table had seven seats, and the two regular tables had nine seats. You may not smoke at all. When we entered, there were already three people, and when it was 11:45, which was the time we finished eating, lots more came.
At first we thought there are lots of liquor on top of the counter, but it was soy sauce! What a fabulous way to decorate such bottles!
The menu is on the countertop. We looked at this menu and ordered. You pay at the cashier after you’re done eating.
There were lots of scribblings in the restaurant, such as the price and the variety of toppings, and where the tissues are.
Chicken and clam salt based ramen
The soup is made from clams from Osaka Municipal Central Wholesale Market and salt from the Himalayas. Since the soup had a taste of citrus in it, we asked the Chef why. He said that he added grated citron peels into the soup. The noodles were soft and the rare roasted chicken were munchy that they both were a great match with the clam soup.
Chicken broth based dipping noodle
This menu is limited amount only, and the chicken broth and the chicken are boiled for ten hours. The noodles and the rare roasted chicken were munchy. The soup was rich flavored.
Go a hundred fifty meters diagonally right (northwest) from Tsukamoto Station West Gate.
If you go by car, you may want to park at Times Tsukamoto No. 4, which is diagonally across the restaurant.
Why not stop by? Thanks for reading!
Shoyu To Kai To Men- Soshite Hito To Yume Info
Kashiwazato 3-12-22, Nishiyodogawa Ward, Osaka City, Osaka, Japan
Lunch= 11:30 a.m. ~ 2:30 p.m.
Dinner= 5 p.m. ~ 10:30 p.m.
Closes on random days
Ramen spots near west exit of Tsukamoto station