Ramen art! Ramen is delicious. Can't say it is the best I have ever eaten. But in front of you, you can see how the ramen is prepared before it is formed. The whole process makes this experience worthwhile. And the price is very reasonable
Myeon Theater Hyeonyoung is located on a secluded side street in the central district of Fukuoka. The menu has only the front and back sides. It is very simple, just a few types of ramen and rice. The most interesting is the restaurant design. The exterior is like a warehouse, passing through a short dark passage. The interior is semicircular, and the seats are raised step by step like a theater. The stage facing all the diners is the Ramen brother’s kitchen. The waiter brother is more enthusiastic.
The noodles are smooth but very elastic. The soup is rich, but it feels slightly salty. The side dishes are also very delicate. There were a lot of people but there was no queue when I went, and overall it was good. The noodles are smooth but very elastic. The soup is rich, but it feels slightly salty. The side dishes are also very delicate. There were a lot of people but there was no queue when I went, and overall it was good.
I saw it while shopping~ I tried it~ It tastes really good
The shop is hard to find on the trail, but the atmosphere in the shop is perfect. The seat as shown in the picture is facing the kitchen, and you can see the chef can prepare food. The taste of noodles is also unique, and it can also be paired with different side dishes.