Lunch: ¥999 - ¥999
Dinner: ¥999 - ¥999
Sometimes simplicity is best — this ramen-ya in Tsukiji is the epitome of that.
Don't judge a book by its cover, and similarly, don't judge a ramen's quality by its simplistic appearance. While Chukasoba Itou has a minimalist appearance, its flavor is anything but. Despite its seeming simplicity, you can't miss this ramen-ya just across from the Tsukiji Market. There are only two items on the menu: soba and niku soba. The first option is just a plain bowl of ramen while the other one includes pork char siu. The pared-down nature of it is what allows the individual aspects of the ramen bowl to shine. The soup is made of a broth combination of dried sardines, dried bonito, and kombu kelp simmered on very low heat to get the perfect golden tint. The handmade noodles are made thin and flat. No preservatives are added to any of the ingredients, so as well as being extremely delicious, these are also healthier than your average ramen noodle soups. The chef behind these brilliantly crafted bowls has truly mastered every aspect of the art of ramen.
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Toshima, 4-chōme−5−３ Address
Japan, 〒114-0003 Tokyo, Kita City, Toshima, 4-chōme−5−３ 中華そば屋伊藤
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