Thursday, July 22, 2010

Moukotanmen Nakamoto "Hiyashi Niku Janmen" / 蒙古タンメン 中本 「冷やし肉醤麺」

One of our favorite noodle shops (which, in our opinion, also makes the best tasting cup noodles), Moukotanmen Nakamoto, has produced a ramen perfect for a hot Tokyo summer. It's a cold tsukemen (noodles that you dip in broth) called "Hiyashi Nikujanmen". Moukotanmen Nakamoto is known for their really spicy ramen, but it seems they have decided to limit the spicyness of this ramen.


When you open the package, you must take out the small bowl, which is for the broth. Add the meat, corn, and green onions to the broth. Then dip the noodles in the broth and eat.


Bon Appetit!


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