Spicy noodles that I found by chance.
I’m partial to spicy foods. Whenever I find something spicy foods, I want to try them.
That day, too. At first I intended to eat sashimi bowl at Hajime Sengyo-ten, but I used a different road from that I always take and found the word “Karamen” on the signboard in front of the shop.
I was sure “Karamen” is spicy noodles. (I thought “Kara” is abbreviation of “Karai(辛い) = spicy” and “Men” is noodle)
So, I had changed my plans and entered the shop 🙂
Karamen and rice (からめんとごはん) 700 yen
There are nine degrees of hotness.
（Not hot) Level 1 – 2 – 3 (Normal) – 5 – 8 -10 -15 – 20 – 25 – 30 (Extremely hot)
I love very very hot foods, but I visited the shop for the first time, so I choiced Level “5”
(To tell the truth, from 1 to 5 level is 700 yen, and later is 800 yen. I saved my money :P)
The noodles was not ordinary noodles made from floor. It looked like Korean cold noodles. And more elastic.
Mince of meats and beaten egg was in it.
Level 5 was not hot for me. I’ll try level 10 next time !!!
Someone, try Level 30 ~~~~~~ 😀
About Karamen-ya EN (からめんや えん)
Address / Saishun building 1F, 7-15-8 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Tsukiji station (Tokyo metro)
Open / 11:30 – 14:00, 18:00 – 27:00
Closed / Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays