Recommend the signature ramen and char siu ramen, the noodles are very strong, the soup is very rich but not greasy, it is really delicious, it is recommended to try.
It was a 5-minute walk from Kyoto Station and after a 10-minute walk around 7pm I was lucky to find a table. The portion is huge, with delicious meat, and one of the best ramen-but the soup base is a bit too salty, I don’t like it
This noodle shop is near Kyoto Station. There are still many people queuing at night. The shop is not big and can only sit for a few tables. The pork bone soup is mixed with miso, and the soup is salty with unseasoned barbecued pork. In the middle of the night, it’s okay to have a belly. The key is that the price is relatively cheap. The soy sauce noodles are only 990. You can really check in for the poor travel.
In order to avoid queuing, I ran over to eat in the morning. As soon as the door was filled with people, I ordered the dried bamboo noodles and the signature noodles. The taste was generally salty. The noodles were tough and had a great taste. Fresh, the meat slices are suitable for fat and lean, very fragrant.
Noodle restaurant with a rich flavor and not following the current is a good thing
Kyoto Daiichi Asahi is said to have a history of 50 years. It features signature ramen, ramen with dried bamboo shoots, and fried dumplings. The signature ramen is divided into large, medium and small. The large ramen has a lot of meat, and the soup is delicious, with lots of green onions. , Especially flavor. The dried bamboo shoots ramen is on the basis of the signature ramen, which has more dried bamboo shoots, which is crispy and very fresh to eat with the noodles. Pan-fried dumplings are average, but his noodles are more attractive!