Ky­oto Ra­men

Food and Travel (Singapore) - - Japan Special -

Given Ky­oto’s cul­tural rep­u­ta­tion, ra­men might be con­sid­ered a poor man’s lunch, but it’s equally sat­is­fy­ing to seek out. There are two dis­tinct types of Ky­oto ra­men, the thin­ner, as­sari-kei shoyu and the thick, gritty chicken soup kot­teri keira­men. Fa­mous shops in­clude As­sarikei: Shin­puku Saikan ڦྕ( Қ樎). Kot­teri-kei: Tenka Ip­pin ( ็༷၊௞), Ten­tenyu (็็Ⴝ) and for some­thing fun Go­gyo – sig­na­ture burn miso ra­men is favourite among lo­cals.

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