It has been awhile since writing for yummybuddies as suffered a serious writer block. However am pleased that the feeling of spreading the good word of food is back again.
Today i bring to you one of the ramen joint that i personally find really good and authentic.
With so many different kind of ramen store boasting of being the #1, different marketing advertisment. Sometime it just boils down to the basic taste of the soup. Ramen itself offers different choices and everyone has its own favourite soup that they prefer. I prefer the 'black ramen' as always find it very interesting to have 'black noodles' My only issue is that sometime they add too little of it and it hardly darkens the soup.
Another good reason to eat daikokuya is due to the fact that it is just beside paragon Ding tai fung and the swelling crowd is always a turn off when you are hungry.
The best mentai gyoza i have eaten, crispy yet not burned.
Soft side is chewy and thin! Doesnt break when you pick them up with your chopsticks. The worst thing that can happen is those gyoza that breaks when served. Certainly takes skill to cook this right!
The combo of japanese mayo+ spring onion + mentai is just perfect and i could just have a dozen of this easily without even talking about the ramen yet.
Here we are~~
As you can see from the pictures, i could have it slightly darker.
One of ramen unwritten rule is to eat it quickly to maintain the taste. Soup is creamy and has a hint of perfection. It is light yet you can really taste the essence of it.
Japanese ramen are known to having their soup broth brewing for hours and hours, one taste and you would know that this certainty didnt take any short cuts.
However, overall taste nantsuttei still edges it. But that is for another day review