Kotobuki Seimen Yoshikawa
Lunch: ¥6,000 - ¥7,999
Dinner: ¥8,000 - ¥9,999
Kotobuki Seimen Yoshikawa serves not only the best bowls of noodles, but ones that suit the particular time of year.
Among the sea of ramen shops in Japan, true quality can be hard to find. It can certainly be found at Kotobuki Seimen Yoshikawa. Using their own original recipe, with every part of their ramen handmade, you’ll be shocked at how delightfully affordable the bowls are here. Famous for its ramen and tsukemen (noodles that are served separately from soup for dipping), Kotobuki Seimen Yoshikawa also has sardine bowls that are only available during lunchtime. Black soy sauce boiled noodles are a hit with their customers, alongside their bestselling iwashi soba. Due to the restaurant's usage of seasonal ingredients, the menu differs during winter and summer — the addition of cold noodles for the summer menu drives in customers looking to get a bowl to cool down from the heat. Not to worry, though, their carefully-selected niboshi (dried sardine) dishes are available all year round. With pocket-friendly prices for exceptional noodles, queuing a couple of minutes to get into Kotobuki Seimen Yoshikawa is worth every second's wait.
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3-8-14 Hasune, Itabashi City, Tokyo, 174-0046, Japan
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