This is a ramen shop where you can enjoy a mellow, rich soup and deliciously chewy noodles.
Menya Kissou opened in 2006, armed with carefully crafted house-made noodles and a tonkotsu-seafood soup base that uses absolutely no artificial flavorings. There’s Always a Line Outside!
The soup begins with an animal stock broth, made by simmering ingredients like pork bones, chicken bones, shiitake mushrooms, and kombu together over the course of a day. Next, three types of sliced dried fish, including katsuobushi, are used to make fish broth. The two are then blended together, making the shop’s so-called double soup.
The noodles are aged for 1 to 2 days after they are made. They are rounded medium-thick noodles.
The menu consists of ramen and tsukemen.
It has a very natural flavor despite the condensed umami of the tonkotsu broth.
Apparently Menya Kissou uses aged noodles in their ramen and fresh noodles in their tsukemen.
這家的湯頭超濃郁 麵條不會煮到黏黏爛爛的 很Q彈
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- Name in Japanese
- 麺屋 吉左右
- Postal Code
- 1-11-3 Toyo, Koto-ku, Tokyo
(1)About 5 minutes on foot from Exit 2 of Kiba Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line
(2) About 8 minutes on foot from Exit 2 of Toyocho Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line
- Business Hours
*Closed when the soup runs out
- Wednesdays, Sundays
- Credit Cards
- Not accepted