This is an online celebrity shop? ? ! ! It's amazing. It's already over 1 o'clock after I got down from the hot spring scenic spot. Many shops on the hot spring street are not open. I saw this one is still open, so let's go in and eat. I wanted to sit on the Japanese-style seats inside, but the chef refused to let me sit at the bar, okay. Order food, the chef gives a big hand, and so on. In the end, an old grandma came to place an order for me, and the two ordered salt ramen, corn ramen and fried dumplings. Companion said that the male chef looked at us with an impatient look, just like his uncle came here today. When it was around 1:40, two more guests came and asked if they could order food. The grandmother said yes. The male chef immediately dropped his work and ran out of the noodle shop. "Close", only to return to the kitchen to continue cooking noodles. All the noodles are cooked at 1:55, the chef packs up things and goes back to change clothes, and leaves at 2 o’clock. I can only say that this is the worst service experience in Japan. 2 points for the service are for the old grandmother-she bends over and does all of it alone to greet guests, place orders, clean, and check out! The difference between Shio Ramen and Corn Ramen is that Shio Ramen has a clear soup base, and Corn Ramen is a soy sauce base. They are all very salty. The meat has a spice smell. The corn is sweet. The surface is smooth and tough. Fried dumplings have thin and slippery skins and average meat fillings. It is said that shrimp should be dried shrimp instead of fresh shrimp. Generally speaking, the taste can be that of the wonderful chef...
There are many restaurants in Bieden Hot Spring Town. I tasted the ramen at this restaurant. The noodles have bites. The soup base is made of vegetables and fresh fish juice. It has a smooth taste and rich aroma. The price is 700 yen per bowl. It's fairly fair, the store is not big, a lot of local residents come to eat, the environment is clean and sanitary.