Ramen Shitenno: Osaka 2017
If you’re looking for food in Osaka, you only have to head over to the Dotonbori area where you’ll find rows upon rows of restaurants to satisfy your hunger. It’s especially lively during the night when all of the neon signs light up the pedestrian streets.
Ramen Shitenno is a chain restaurant located on the main strip, south of Tonbori river, not too far from the Glico Running Man sign. It’s a very tourist-friendly spot as they have English on their menu and it’s not as cramped as some of the other ramen shops you’ll find in Japan.
We wound up ordering the Soy Sauce Ramen (800円) and the Miso Ramen (850円) both served with seasoned egg, welsh onions, and roasted pork. These piping hot bowls of noodles were so good! The tonkotsu broth was rich and deep and the rolled pork chashu was perfectly tender.
Definitely a good place to rest and enjoy a big bowl of noodles.
Ōsaka-fu, Ōsaka-shi, Chūō-ku, Dōtonbori, 1 Chome−7-25
Posted on January 7, 2018, in Japanese, Noodle House, Restaurant Review and tagged Dotonbori, Food, Japan, Japanese, Noodle House, Open 24 Hours, Osaka, Ramen, restaurant review. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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