Nice place to try Tukemen Ramen, the line was aboyt 30 min, probably not worth waiting more than 45 min
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This is the first time I've tried Tsukemen and I liked it. It wasn't mind blowing but good. The noodles were thick, really springy and huge portion. I loved the thick dipping broth as well. The only bad thing is that the dipping sauce gets...More
This place is my favorite ramen in all Japan. I came first, and came back 4 times. I tried a lot of places in all the country, and nothing compares. The broth has this little something that we cannot find anywhere else. About the line-up...More
Ate at this place as it's well reviewed and near my hotel. Opens @ 7.30am. Arrived at 8.15am & had to join a line of about 15 persons. Fortunately it moved fast & soon we were in the cramped restaurant. There were only 3 types...More
Waited about 20 minutes to queue up for dinner around 7:30. Had the tsukemen dipping ramen. The noodles were thick and almost creamy in texture when dipped - a great experience and very delicious.
Rokurinsha is one of the 8 ramen shops in Tokyo Station's Ramen Street (from the Ground Level, go down the Yaesu South Exit Basement 1). You can't miss it because more often than not, it has the longest lines. Don't worry, the line moves quick....More