Enjoying some tastes with only one bowl of maze soba !
Mugi to Olive is one of the most popular ramen shop in Ginza area.
I had visited there last time and was satisfied with the clam ramen and wanted to visit again for a long time. But it was hard for me to go to Ginza with empty stomach because Ginza is very close to Tsukiji 😛 I can’t ignore Tsukiji !
SO, finally, I could visit there again.
I went to there around 2:30 p.m., still there were few vacant seats.
There is also my favorite ramen shop named Jangara ramen close to Mugi-to-Olive. So, I went close to Jangara ramen to confirm if there are some vacant seats at first. Of course, I decided to enter Mugi-to-Olive that time. But I was curious about the shop, too 😛
There are about five ramen shops along this street before I knew.
Well, I decided to eat maze soba that time when I got out of my home. Maze soba with rich egg (濃厚卵のまぜSOBA, 840 yen).
I had wanted to eat it because people close to me ate it last time and I found this ramen have much condiments.
So, after I handed my ticket to the staff, he served condiments to me soon 🙂
Tabasco sauce, cheese, apple vinegare and so on…
And keema curry.
Maze soba is eaten with those condiments as we like.
Maze soba is ramen without soup. It have thicker noodle than another ramen that have soup, so it took more time.
Roast chicken, yolk, green onions, deep fried rolled yam with sliced naruto, seaweed and vegetable on it. Gorgeous 🙂
Anyway, I mixed everything all together well. Everything except the seaweed. All together.
I agreed it have “rich egg” in its name ! The rich yolk and sauce dressed with every ingredients well !
Certainly, it was thick taste, but it was not heavy. I liked it !
And the roast chicken was delicious 🙂
After eating some of the noodle, I added keema curry to it.
At first, only a few of it, and then I added everything !
It was good, too.
And then, with cheese !
It was delicious, too. And cheese went with the keema well, and I thought I should add the cheese and keema to the ramen all at onece.
Because … either the keema or cheese can’t match the thick sauce. Those should be together 🙂
And Last, olive oil on the table !
They proud this special olive oil and added word “olive” in their shop name!
Truthfully speaking, I couldn’t find the tastes at all. Perhaps I should have added more olive oil into it.
I didn’t use another condiments, but I want to try it next time.
About Mugi to Olive (むぎとオリーブ)
Address / Sutera Bldg 1F, 6-12-12 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Higashi-Ginza station (Toei subway)
Open / 11:30 – 22:00
Saturdays and national holidays / 11:30 – 21:00
Closed / Sundays