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DO・MI SO (Kyobashi)

Posted by Tokyo Joe on 07.2012 Ramen 0 comments 0 trackback
ど・みそ outside
There aren't many ramen shops which specialize in miso ramen and its difficult to find
one that's delicious, But over the last couple of years several exceptional miso ramen have opened. One of them is DO・MI SO at Kyobashi.


ど・みそ tokumiso kotteri
Do・Mi So's miso ramen uses more lard than normal miso ramen. It is also saltier and broth thicker as well. Their most popular ramen is TOKU MISO KOTTERI RAMEN (Special oily miso ramen) for 900 yen. It has boiled bean sprout, corn, egg and also extra chashu (boiled pork), 2 pieces of nori (dry seaweed). It is not oily as it says it is and extra rich in flavor.


ど・みそ noodle
Noodles are thick and wavy.


ど・みそ miso kotteri
If you don't need extra chashu, nori and boiled egg, there is MISO KOTTERI RAMEN (Oily miso ramen) for 750 yen.


ど・みそ orochon
If you want to go spicy, try MISO OROCHON RAMEN (Spicy Mmso ramen) for 1,000 yen. Its not as spicy as it looks and much milder than shops like Nakamoto.


ど・みそ miso curry
They have miso ramen with curry powder in it called MISO CURRY RAMEN for 1,000 yen.


ど・みそ tokumiso curry tsuke
If you prefer tsukemen try TOKU MISO TSUKEMEN for 1,000 yen.


ど・みそ inside 1
I would recommend to order Toku Miso Kotteri Ramen if its your first time at dining here. They have several other locations in Tokyo and as any popular ramen shop during lunch time, there is a line of people waiting to get inside.


ど・みそ inside 2


DO・MI SO (in Japanese, ど・みそ)
Address: 3-4-32 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
(in Japanese, 東京都中央区京橋3-4-3)
Nearest train station: Tokyo Metro Kyobashi or Ginza 1-chome (2 min walk)
Tel: 03-6904-3700
Reservations: No
Website: http://blog.livedoor.jp/do_miso/ (in Japanese only)
English menu: No
Credit Card: No
Open: Monday-Friday 11am-10:30pm Saturday 11am-9mm Sunday & Hoiday 12pm-9pm
Closed: Undecided

Prices: Toku Miso Kotteri Ramen (Special oily miso ramen) 900 yen
Toku Miso Ramen (Special miso ramen) 900 yen
Miso Orochon Ramen (Spicy Miso ramen) 1000 yen
Miso Curry Ramen 1000 yen
Miso Tsukemen 880 yen
Miso Ramen 750 yen
Miso Kotteri Ramen (Oily miso ramen) 750 yen
Other ramens 800-1000 yen
Rice 100 yen
Han Rice (Half size of regular rice) 50 yen
Beer 350 yen

Toppings: Chashu (5 slices of boiled Pork) 300 yen
Kara Negi (Seasoned spicy white scallions) 150 yen
Yudetamago (Boiled egg) 50 yen
Butter, Corn, Moyashi (Bean sprout), Nori (Dry Seaweed), Men Oomori (Large noodles) 100 yen each




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