Some might say I eat too much ramen, but I still think I don't eat enough. I guess that's why they also think I'm crazy. Well, I worked out pretty hard for two hours this morning and instead of going home I decided to explore Kōshū Kaidō in the other direction. That's when I found a branch of Kitakata Bannai calling my name. Having been to Kitakata, I'm not too sure that this place is such a good representative. Nevertheless, it was an appropriate bowl at the appropriate time.
For dinner, I met up with my brothers in Honancho for some yakitori. The highlight of the dinner (as it always is when we go here) was the cheese-covered bacon skewers.
The night is never complete without some karaoke. Especially when the three of us rarely get a chance to hang out together. Making memories indeed!
After singing my ass off, I headed out to Omoide Yokocho in Shinjuku to meet up with another blogger who recently emailed me to meet up. Take from noodleholic.blogspot.com recommended a place that makes their own noodles.
Wakatsuki is no joke. For only 450 yen a bowl, it's even more amazing. I think I've found a new fave. uh oh...
Damn, just look at those noodles!
Yup, crazy noodleholics we are indeed.
And what is a night in Shinjuku without a bowl from Hakata Tenjin.
At least we didn't go to Jiro.