Does the best ramen in the world only cost $8?
You would think that when you talk of the world’s best food, you would have to spend an arm and a leg and throw in a second mortgage in your home just to get a taste.
However, a ramen shop in Japan has received no less than a Michelin star for its unique way of preparing the classic ramen with ingredients made from scratch.
The Tsuta Ramen Bar in Japan serves noodles made from scratch complemented by Ibericco belly pork, soy sauce brewed from aged soybeans, broth made from asari clams and whole chicken stock and black truffle sauce but only serves 150 bowls a day.
So even if you get in line for hours, it doesn’t guarantee that you’ll get your noodle fix. Still, its great motivation get in line early because these flavors deserve respect.
Its affordable at only 900 yen or $8 but the way the ramen shop has not changed its practice of doing business is perhaps one of the reasons they are able to maintain their excellent taste.
Take note of this and add this to your itinerary for your next trip to Japan, y’hear? (ANGEL ONG)