I was in the mood for some anago-laced tsukemen.
Indeed this tsukemen was a treat. Slightly sweet, but strong enough to make your tonsils retreat. The tsukemen is definitely better than the ramen here.
The noodles are from Mikawaya Seimen so we all know that they’re good. They are the fat hirauchi type. 4 minutes and 40 seconds.
The sweetest part of all was the kakuni chashu in the tsukedare.
Inspired, I decided to take some of Shuga’s kakuni and blend it with our tondaku wadashi ramen. Woah!