Tsujita (めん徳二代目 つじ田) in Kachidoki

Finally, a branch of Tsujita is open in Kachidoki area. In front of the exit of Kachidoki station !
Mentoku Nidaime Tsujita. Black signboard is cool and outstanding.

Recently a branch of Sharin is open close to Harumi Toriton, so, the number of people who visit this shop might be decreasing, but they have much guests throughout their business hour even now.
But if you visit there around 3 p.m., you don’t have to wait.

There’s L-shaped counter table.

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Where ?

There’s no need to explain. They are in front of Exit A2b of Kachidoki station.

Menu

There’s a ticket vending machine outside the entrance. Tsujita’s specialty is tsukemen, but they have also ramen. Some staff can speak English and Chinese. (The photo was taken before the consumption tax rose to 10%)

Their ramen and tsukemen have mix broth having pork, seafood and chicken.

Special rich broth tsukemen

Speaking of Tsujita, tsukemen is their specialty. Special rich broth tsukemen (濃厚特製つけ麺, 1100 yen).

Normal size have 250g of noodles. It had springy texture.

I agree with their name, “Rich broth”. The difference between normal and special is… special have two slices of roast pork but normal have only one slice. And special have boiled egg. The balance of seafood and pork was good. The noodles dressed with the sauce was good.

After eating some, I squeezed sudachi pepper, and eating some, then I put black shichimi pepper on it…. They prepare some seasonings on the table.
I wasn’t bored with eating it.

Last, soup-wari. Their soup have seafood broth, but still I felt much extract of pork.

Special rich broth ramen

They have also ramen. So, I tried. Special rich broth ramen (濃厚特製らーめん, 1000 yen). It have 160g of noodles.

Medium sized straight noodles and sticky soup. I felt it’s not so greasy, but actually, sometimes soup flied to my hand ant my hand got greasy. So, it’s sooo fatty than I felt.

I felt ramen was more greasy than tsukemen.
I think it’s because soup of tsukemen get weaker by water of noodles even though staff drain water firmly. But ramen’s soup don’t change until last.

I think we should eat tsukemen at Tsujita all the same 🙂

About the restaurant

Name in English / Mentoku Nidaime Tsujita
Name in Japanese / めん徳二代目 つじ田
Address / 2-9-2 Kachidoki, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Phone / 03-5534-8775

Open / 11 a.m. – 11 p.m., Saturdays, Sundays and another national holidays until 9 p.m.
Closed / No schedules

Credit card / Unavailable
Reservation / Unavailable
URL / Website (in Japanese only)

 
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