posted on January 24, 2016
KOHMEN serves creamy tonkotsu (pork broth) ramen with thick noodles.
Jukusei Kohmen, 780 yen, is the most popular ramen. Creamy broth goes well with thick wavy noodle.
Tsukemen has the noodles separated in a different bowl, and to eat tsukemen, you dip noodles in very thick soup. Their soup is based on thick pork broth, and they add fish powder to make it thicker.
They have pan-fried dumplings, dumpling soup, roasted pork fillet and variety of toppings. Shiso (perilla)-flavored Pan-Fried Dumplings for 350 yen.
Mon-Thur: 10:30am - 2am
Fri&Sat: 10:30am - 7am
Sun: 10:30am - 12am
|¥780～||¥780～||4-9-14 Takadano-baba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo|
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