I went to the shop that named Toripota ramen THANK the other day. They’re popular tsukemen shop in Daimon are of Tokyo. It doesn’t look like tsukemen shop. It seems beauty parlor or cafe.
Their tsukemen is liked by many people, and the shop also serves chicken soup ramen and it is so popular, too. “Toripota” means thick soup like potage soup made from much chicken (including bones) and vegetables.
Ramen and tsukemen have three types of soup each.
*Poteri (thick type)
*Torori (medium type)
*Sarari (thin type)
I ordered Special Torori ramen. “Special” means here “All toppings are on.” It have an boiled egg, grilled chicken wing tips, seaweed laver, green onion on it. The boiled egg wasn’t flavored.
The noodles is thin. I like thin noodles.
At first, I felt the soup is creamy and good, but it was curdy, and minced meats lees were at the bottom. I felt rough texture. I don’t like this texture. Torori is enough greasy for me. Poteri is … ? The soup is like a mass of collagen, if you don’t care for the texture, it is good for you to enhance your beauty 🙂 And the chicken was delicious and I like this thin noodles. Next, I want to eat sarari. I think it is better for me than torori.
Name Toripota Ramen THANK (鶏ポタラーメン THANK)
Open Lunch, Dinner
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Looks pretty good to me! 🙂
Yes, if you like rich foods, you are sure to like it 🙂
Such a shame. The first pic looks really delish, but in the second pic I agree that it looks kind of greasy. I hope you are luckier the next time:)
Yes. As you see, fat swam on the surface of the soup 😛
I read in your ‘About’ that you can’t write good English but don’t be so hard on yourself, your English is very easy to understand, much better than my Japanese would be. So keep posting photos and writing about them for us 🙂
Thank you. I’m glad if you enjoy my blog 🙂
I wrote my blog in Japanese before, but I hope people who don’t understand Japanese see my blog.