Ramen for dinner

To eat, we went to a ramen bar (basically just a counter surrounding a kitchen) and ordered some soups and a few side dishes. Everything was very good, and they were having a special promotion or something where everyone gets a free “upgrade” to their soup. Susannah and Deborah got an extra egg, Bernie got a bowl of rice, and I got extra noodles.
Susannah ordered the black sesame ramen.

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And everyone else got the tonkotsu (pork bone simmered for many hours) ramen.

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For sides we got two types of gyoza, of which the green one is infused with shiso leaf. We also got soup dumplings, and char-siu pork.

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After dinner we walked around Harajuku for a bit but every one was getting tired by this point so we didn’t stay too long. We will probably visit again before the trip ends.

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2 Responses to Ramen for dinner

  1. Shanna Bryant says:

    Golly that ramen looks awesome! And the gyoza! Crikey.

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  2. kimsg870 says:

    Wowza! I think I know what’s for dinner tonight.. šŸ™‚ Looks Ramen-tastic! Mmmm… šŸ™‚

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