One: Yamate Ramen (山手ラーメン) in Tomigaya. The big brother of Yamate Bekkan.
Katsuo Shoyu Tsukemen (left) and Pirikara Kaisen Tsukemen (right).
I went with the shoyu.
It didn't taste bad, but something just didn't feel right. I should have went with the kaisen that the assistant had. 「麺を盗んでごめんね。」:P
As we were walking home, we noticed this shack-like Freshness Burger. After a little research, it turns out that this was the very first Freshness Burger that opened back in 1992. Cool!
Two: Nama ramen from Ichii (いち井).
Nobo had brought this back for us after a recent snowboard trip to Niigata.
The deep shoyu base is too good for words. Thanks Nobo!!
Three: Tondaku Wadashi Soba.
I was craving this all day and I knew I wouldn't be able to sleep until I ate it.
Three bowls...and I'm out...lates.