Not Toshikoshi-soba but Toshikoshi-ramen ?
A popular ramen shop that is named Eisho ramen near my neighboring station serves year-end special ramen for five consecutive days.
They have served ramen in a different taste everyday.
And today is the last day and we went to there.
It was already past 2 p.m. But there were still five persons waiting in front of the shop.
And also some people came behind us just after we stood in the line.
This is the menu of Year-end special ramen.
Today is December 31. It says today’s ramen is “Saikyo” dried sardine and miso ramen (最強にぼ味噌らーめん, 750 yen).
They serve only one ramen, but we could order gyoza, rice and other toppings for our ramen as always.
So, I ordered the Saikyo dried sardine and miso ramen and seasoned boiled egg.
First of all, speaking of dried sardine soup ramen, I heard it with soy sauce and tonkotsu.
I never heard it with miso.
In addition, Eisho ramen don’t serve miso ramen regularly.
I was curious about the taste but felt fear a little 🙂
“Saikyo” is literally translated into “the strongest” in English.
But in this case, the meaning seems to be “all-time”
I think they want to insist those ramen is the most greatest and thickest ramen ever.
This soup had rich flavor of dried sardine.
I found the dried sardine unexpectedly went with miso very well. No, it must be difficult.
They must complete such a great soup by trial and error, I think.
That is the greatest ramen !
Plenty of dried sardine powder and sesami over the soup. Certainly the soup was thick, but mild.
lactate-fermented bamboo shoots, naruto, green onions and roast pork. and seasoned half-boiled egg. Those went with the soup very well.
And the soup stuck to the noodles that has changed long ago.
About Eisyo Ramen (栄昇らーめん)
Address / 2-1-10 Tsudanuma, Narashino-shi, Chiba
Station / Tsudanuma station (JR), Keisei Tsudanuma station (Keisei main line)
Open / from 11:00 to 21:00
Closed / no scheduled