Yet another popular shop from the famed Setagaya, Fukumori (中華そば ふくもり) is about a 15 min bike ride from Bassanova heading south on Kannana. I’m a huge fan of Mr. Ramen, but when he’s not at the helm there’s only been one bowl that I’ve really enjoyed.
The Chuukasoba from Fukumori might be my second fave.
With a deep niboshi taste and thick fulfilling noodles, it’s no wonder this shop is popular.
But there still seems to be something missing. I was hoping for a little more impact. Anyway, I hear their tsukesoba is better here. I’ll have to give it a try next time.
I was thinking of thickening our noodles for the green curry tsukesoba so I asked Mikawaya Seimen for some samples.
Mikawaya Seimen’s noodles are the s***!
Now that’s what I’m talking about!
It’s funny though. I’ve eaten at so many shops that use Mikawaya Seimen I could probably point out which ones use these.
They gave us samples to try in our ramen too, but we all agreed the current hosomen taste better.
What happened to the soup?
This is the first time I’ve ever seen them both dry at the same time…