I know it’s not fair to judge a tsukemen shop on their ramen, but if they’re gonna have it on the menu shouldn’t it at least be decent? I’ve heard the tsukemen is good at Tsukemen Onya, but I opted to go with the ramen since it was so damn cold outside.
Probably a big mistake. This had to be one of the worst that I’ve eaten in Tokyo thus far. The soup just tasted like…(the title of this post).
Please excuse me for this next description, but the kakuni tasted like how a wet dog smells.
The noodles weren’t too bad. I’m sure they would taste a lot better with the tsukemen though.
I really hate writing about bad ramen. I sometimes would rather not write anything at all. But these are my day-to-day experiences and it would hurt more not to share them with you.