Thirdly, the sister restaurant of Men Ippai, which opened this June, we have Tsukamoto Ippai!
(Side Note: We got permission for photography.)
At this restaurant, you have to buy a ticket via ticket machine outside first.
Here is the menu.
You can feel the warmth of wood once you get inside and the six-seated counter table is so wide.
The amount of noodles is selectable in both ramens and tsukemens (dipping noodle).
This time we ordered Pork bone and sea food stock soup ramen, pork rice bowl, and pork rice bowl with raw eggs on top.
Pork bone and sea food stock soup ramen
Pork bone and sea food stock soup ramen with pork rice bowl
As the reviews say, the soup was thickly flavored with pork and seafood broths. The soup matched well with the homemade noodles. The toppings and the roasted pork were decorated vividly as well. Also, the pork rice bowl was pretty much excellent!
Special pork bone and sea food stock soup ramen
Special pork bone and sea food stock soup ramen and pork rice bowl with egg on top
The difference between the regular pork and seafood ramen and the special one is that the special one has a boiled egg and extra roasted pork in it. The two hundred fifty gram special and the rice bowl both were full of volume.
When we got out of the restaurant, two of our partner company’s employees came by unexpectedly, so we took a picture of their backs. They’re grinning at us!
Please walk inside Tsukamoto food court, which is thirty minutes left from Tsukamoto Station west exit.
Just like Men Ippai, you can select beer from Kirin and Asahi. Why not have ramen with cold beer from your favorite brand? Thanks for reading!
Tsukamoto Ippai Info
Kashiwazato 3-1-41, Nishiyodogawa Ward, Osaka City, Osaka, Japan
Lunch= 11 a.m. ~ 3 p.m.
Dinner= 6 p.m. ~ 9 p.m.
Closes on random days.
Ramen spots near west exit of Tsukamoto station