Sugakiya ramen is a favorite of the people of Nagoya.
There are probably almost no people born and raised in this area who have never had Sugakiya Ramen. Everyone must have memories of eating Sugakiya Ramen in various situations, such as while shopping with family, after school with friends, or even as an adult, when you have a sudden craving for it. It is no exaggeration to say that this is the soul food of Nagoya people.
Japanese-style tonkotsu (pork bone) ramen
The first thing that attracts people to Sugakiya is its price.
It is amazing that you can eat ramen for only 320 yen.
That said, the amount of noodles is not too small, and I am quite satisfied with my meal.
Compared to Yoshinoya’s beef bowl, which costs 380 yen, the price is too low.
It makes me wonder if they are making a good profit!.
The noodles are medium-thick and are topped with a piece of pork chashu (pork belly), a piece of shinachiku (a type of edible mushroom), and a green onion.
The soup is said to be Japanese-style tonkotsu (pork bone) soup, with a pork bone base and seafood flavor.
It does not have a strong pork bone taste, but is light and light in a good way.
You may not even notice it if you are told it is salt ramen! (lol).
The chashu pork is a bit on the small side, but I would be happy just to have chashu pork with my 320 yen ramen.
dish consisting of a raw fish and vegetables seasoned with soy sauce, sugar and mirin
It has sweet fried tofu in it. I will say it again. It is sweet!
If you don’t like sweet rice, don’t order this.
Once you put this sweet rice in your mouth, you will be able to enjoy
After you put the sweet rice bowl in your mouth, slurp up the gentle Japanese tonkotsu (pork bone broth).