With the recent influx of creativity driving the height of ramen in Tokyo to new levels, Bassanova is on the forefront of creating an amazing Thai-influenced bowl that will knock your Chada off. Their signature ramen is the Tondaku Wadasi Soba, which is a half-tonkotsu-half-fish blend with thin noodles and grilled chashu. But I've always had a thing for their Green Curry (グリーンカレー) Ramen--a mildly spicy, rich and refreshing blend with thick noodles that satisfies whether you're sober or not. Some other offerings include a Tom Yum Soba, a 100% Tonkotsu Ramen, and a Tondaku Wadasi Soba with extra meat. I may be biased since my brother lives close by, but it's definitely a must try when you're in or around the area.
If you can find your way to Shindaita Station, it's about a one minute walk from there. Just exit the station, cross the street, and go right. Then you'll see a vertical neon sign that says RA-MEN on your left. You can't miss it! Order from the ticket machine (Green Curry is in the leftmost column, fourth button down) and grab a seat. They are open every night from 6pm-3am (last order 2:30am).
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