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DUE ITALIAN (Ichigaya)

Posted by Tokyo Joe on 01.2011 Ramen 0 comments 0 trackback
due Italian outside
A ramen shop with an Italian name sounds strange, but owner/chef of Due Italian was an Italian chef before becoming a ramen chef. When he quit his job at an Italian restaurant, he trained/worked under a famous ramen chef who has his shop in Yokohama. After a year working at his restaurant, he opened DUE ITALIAN at Ichigaya.


due Italian 具だくさんの塩らぁ麺
The ramen shop he worked at is known for not using any MSG and its Shoyu ramen (soy sauce flavor ramen). So, when he opened his own shop, he decided to open a SHIO RAMEN (Salt ramen) shop and added his Italian background to it. 780 yen for a regular shio ramen and if you want a soft boiled egg and extra chashu (boiled pork) in it like the above, its 1,000 yen.


due Italian 具だくさんの塩らぁ麺(スープ)
The clear broth is almost a golden color and he named it OOGON-NO SHIO RAMEN, which means golden shio ramen.


due Italian らぁ麺フロマージュ
The other ramens here all have an Italian influence which you will not find at any other ramen shop like RAMEN FROMAGE for 980 yen. Its Shio ramen with cheese. The cheese is a mix of gorgonzola and cream cheese.


due Italian カルボナーラ
When you eat the cheese and noodles together, it looks like you are eating carbonara pasta.


due Italian 後からやってくるご飯(発芽玄米)
It also comes with rice.


due Italian リゾット
Add it to the soup after finishing the noodles and this looks like you are having a cheese risotto.


due Italian 冷製トマト麺 赤
They also have REISEI ITALIA MEN AKA (Cold cherry tomato ramen) for 1,200 yen.


due Italian 冷製トマト麺 赤 1
This ramen is somewhere between ramen and Italian, but it is surprisingly delicious.


due Italian 具だくさんの醤油らぁ麺
They also have SHOYU RAMEN as well now.


due Italian サービスライス
And during lunch time, all ramens come with a free bowl of rice


due Italian inside
Some Japanese people think that Due Italian's ramen is a bit strange since cheese and tomatoes are used in it, but if you try their regular Shio ramen its as normal and good as any Shio ramen in Tokyo. So, try the Shio ramen first, if you enjoyed it then move on to the Italian influenced ramens, which are all very good as well.





Due Italian (in Japanese, ドゥ・イタリアン)
Address: 4-5-11 Kudan-Minami, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
(in Japanese, 東京都千代田区九段南4-5-11)
Nearest train station: JR, Tokyo Metro & Toei Subway Ichigaya (5 min walk)
Tel: 03-3221-6970
Reservations: Yes
Website: http://dueitalian.media-sp.jp/index.html (in Japanese only)
English menu: None
Credit Card: No
Open: Monday-Friday 11am-3pm 5pm-10pm (will close earlier when soldout)
Saturday & Sunday 11am-7pm (will close earlier when soldout)
Closed: None

Prices: Shio Ramen (Salt ramen) 780 yen
Reisei Italiamen Aka (Cold small tomato ramen) 1,200 yen
Ramen Fromage (Salt ramen with cheese) 980 yen
Other ramens 780-1,200 yen
Ohmori (Extra large noodles) 100 yen additional
Toppings from 100 yen




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