You can have the daily recommended amount of vegetables per day in just one bowl with this. In Japan it is well known under the category of "Tan-men." This restaurant's "Tan-men" are especially popular. You can choose between a ramen type or a tsukemen (cold noodles accompanied by a sauce for dipping) type. Shop:Tokoy Tanmen Tonari/東京タンメン トナリ 大宮店 Price:850JPY Address:2-4MiyachoOmiya-ku Saitama-shiSaitama #ramen #dippingnoodles by japan_ramen_mag
Yasube やすべえ - Yasube is one of the best tsukemen shops in Dotonbori area. For those who don't know about Tsukemen, it is like a cousin of ramen. You take 2 or 3 strands of noodles with your chopsticks and dip them in the dense flavored soup to eat it.
Tsukemen Hiroshima style tsukemen are cold noodles that are dipped into a sauce spiced up with red pepper before eating. It is well known for its spiciness. Customers can usually select the degree of spiciness they would prefer on a scale of one to five (or similar). The bigger the number, the spicier the sauce.
When you visit the Santouka website, you scroll past 24 Japanese locations before you find the address for the Toronto location, a stone's throw from the Eaton Centre. The ramen here is rich, thick, and exploding with flavour. There is nearly always a line, but the food is worth the wait. (Unless you're a vegetarian. Vegetarians, skip this place. There is literally nothing for you to eat here!) Paul always gets the kara miso raman, and Carolyn loves the kara tsukemen.
HAKATA TSUKEMEN @ IPPUDO , PAVILION KL With not much introduction, Ippudo is one of the famous places to go for ramen in Klang Valley. This round, we are back to Ippudo again to enjoy their new promotion ramen which will be served from July to September 2014; a 3 months special menu. Famed for its ramen, we are here to get a try of... Read more @ http://www.malaysianfoodie.com/2014/08/hakata-tsukemen-ippudo-pavilion.html?utm_source=PN&utm_medium=Malaysian+Foodie+Pin&ut