I went to the store in 19 years, and I saw the store on the review. I went to see the evaluation well. I started to queue up at 11:30, and Japan really has to queue anywhere. I have forgotten what it is, but it should be very good, and the soup is clear. The shop is in an alley, not on the main street.
There are still many people in the big evening. It is a rare delicacy, the strength of the noodles, and the perfect combination of soup.
Inuichi Ramen is the best in Kyoto. It is probably the favorite ramen in the eyes of tourists and Kyoto people. Pig Ramen is not only available for dine-in, but also for take-out and delivery business. You can eat ramen in the hotel.
There are long queues outside the shop every day for the refreshing taste of pork ramen, the top three ramen shops in Kyoto. I went to eat at nine o'clock in the evening. There were still many customers in the shop. After sitting down, new guests came in successively. Recommended chicken そば black 950 yen, the noodles are soft and the soup is light. Friends who don't like the salty taste can come and eat and see pigs!
Queuing noodle shop, light taste, not recommended
At the ramen shop recommended by a good friend, there were nearly 20 people waiting in line at 8:30 in the evening, and the line was mostly locals. During the queuing process, there will be a warm and lovely clerk who will order in advance. The English pronunciation is very standard, and he can also speak a few simple Chinese.
You can choose black and white soy sauce soup for each type of ramen. I ordered Wagyu ramen and pork ramen. The soup is refreshing and translucent, the noodles are soft and smooth, the beef and pork are very tender and tasty, and the soft-boiled egg is also excellent. The most special thing is that you can add grapefruit peel and kelp to the ramen halfway through the meal. The delicious soup base exudes the fragrance of grapefruit, which is really wonderful.