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NANTSUTTEI (Shinagawa)

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なんつッ亭 outside
Ramen in Kyushu is different by each prefecture, but one thing in common is that they mainly use pork bone for broth. In Kumamoto, they use a black oil called Mahyu to add flavor to the ramen which is made out of fried garlic and pork lard. This mahyu is the sign of Kumamoto ramen and one of the most well known ramen shops which uses this is NANTSUTTEI at Shinagawa.

Nantsuttei's owner worked at one of the most famous ramen shops in Kumamoto for several years. After he finished training, he opened his own shop in Kanagawa. He didn't copy the entire recipe from his master, which he could have, but instead created his own Kumamoto style ramen. This ramen has become one of the most popular ramen's in all of Japan now. Ramen for 700 yen which comes with 2 slices of chashu, boiled bean sprouts, spring onions, and nori (dried seaweed) on top.

The noodles are rather thin compared to other Kumamoto ramen, but it marches with the broth.

You can add various toppings like extra Negi (spring onions) for 100 yen,

or if you want it all, there is NANTSUTTEI SPECIAL (Ramen with extra chashu, negi & boiled egg).

Most customers order regular ramen add toppings or Nantsuttei Special, but they do have other flavored ramens like WAFU TONKOTSU TSUKEMEN (Cold noodles with dried fished flavored pork soup) for 780 yen,

or if you want spicy ramen there is MOURETSU TANMEN HANAJIBOO (Spicy ramen with stir fried vegetables) for 800 yen,

or a really heavy ramen, BOKU NO SORA (Ramen with dried fished based soup added to regular ramen soup) for 780 yen.

They also have side dishes like gyoza named FUUFU ENMAN GYOZA for 380 yen,

and if you want some rice, there is HANBUTA MANMA (Boiled pork & spring onions over rice, half size) for 250 yen,

or HITOKUCHI MESHI (Small rice) for 100 yen, which you can add to the soup after finish eating the noodles.

They have a garlic crusher on the table so you can add fresh garlic to your ramen if you like, which most customers do.

なんつッ亭 inside 2
Nantsuttei has become one of the most famous ramen shops in Japan now because the owner is often on ramen TV programs. Because of this, ramen lovers from all over Japan come to eat at Nantsuttei and most of them leave satisfied They have another location in Ikebukuro and also in Singapore as well.

NANTSUTTEI (in Japanese, なんつッ亭)
Address: 3-26-20 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Right outside of Shinagawa station in a small area where 7 ramen shops are.
(in Japanese, 東京都港区高輪3-26-20)
Nearest train station: JR or Keikyu Shinagawa (1 min walk)
Tel: 03-5791-1355
Reservations: No
Website: http://www.nantsu.sakura.ne.jp/nantsuttei/shop/shinagawa.html (in Japanese only)
English menu: None
Credit Card: No
Open: 11am-11pm
Closed: January 1st

Prices: Ramen 700 yen
Chashumen 900 yen
Negi Ramen 900 yen
Shio Ramen 850 yen
Nantsuttei Special (Ramen with extra Chashu, Negi & Boiled Egg)
Boku No Sora (Ramen with dried fished based soup added to regular ramen soup)
Mouretsu Tanmen Hanajiboo (Spicy ramen with stir fried vegetables) 800 yen
Wafu Tonkotsu Tsukemen ( Cold noodles with mix of dried fished and pork soup) 780 yen
Fuufu Enman Gyoza (Pan fried dupplings...Gyoza) 380 yen
Butamanma (Boiled pork over rice) 380 yen
Han Butamanma (Boiled pork & spring onions over rice, half size) 250 yen
Meshi (Rice) 180 yen
Hitokuchi Meshi (Small rice) 100 yen
Oomori Meshi (Large rice) 280 yen
Ajitsuke Tamago (Marinated boiled egg) 100 yen
Nori (Dry Seaweed) 100 yen
Oomori (Large Noodles) additional 100 yen for every ramen

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all those piping hot bowls of ramen look amazing, thank you for sharing
2012.01.19 04:09 | URL | jenny #JyN/eAqk [edit]

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