Tanaka Soba was created with the theme of “casual country ramen” inspired by Kitakata ramen.
There are many chain stores in Japan, but today I went to a chain store in Adachi-ku.
This is their shop card.
It’s a little inconvenient to come here because you can’t even park your bike in front of this store and there’s no parking for cars.
There is a 7-Eleven diagonally across the street.
There is a parking lot there.
I ordered regular ramen.
It tasted very ordinary.
The noodles are medium-thick, flat, gently wavy and highly watered.
Smooth to the touch, today they feel firm and elastic, but gradually become firmer and firmer.
Tanaka Soba Restaurant’s soup is good, but the noodles are even more appealing.
There are many branches in Tokyo so it’s a very easy ramen shop to get up to!
The clear pork bone soup, round back fat, and thinly sliced green onions seasoned somewhat moderately.
The original Kitakata homage ramen is delicious, and it feels like a brushed-up version of rahsho with high quality and refinement.
With such a high level of stability, I wouldn’t mind if they capitalize on it.
I would like to see the staff’s private conversation improve.
Thank you very much for your hospitality.
This is the tsukemen I had another day.
The soup is very thin. And the noodles are very thin.