Today, I visited “Oreryuu Shio Ramen Shibuya Honten”. It was located 10 minutes walk from Shibuya station. Shinsen station was nearer, just a few minutes walk. I arrived there at 11:08, 8 minutes past its opening. I was the first one to be in. As soon as I sat at the table, a person in charge kindly served hot towel. This was probably my first experience to be served a hot towel at ramen shop. What a hospitality!
When I handed over a ticket, I was asked thickness and firmness of noodles. I ordered thin noodles as recommended and medium firm.
Here came a ramen in a few minutes.
When I finished almost half of one, I started to put toppings.
First, iwanori. Flavor of nori and sea matched a sweet soup.
Next, shavings of tangle. Salty taste of shavings of tangle made one better.
Plum was the third one. Sourness made a good change.
Finally, Yuzu pepper. Made one more flavory and spicy.
The most impressive thing was all toppings were getting along well together within a soup. It was worth to try this ramen.
Restaurant’s name: Oreryuu Shio Ramen Shibuya Honten
Address: 1F Asahiya building, 1-22-8, Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Operating hours: 11:00~6:00
Holiday: Open throughout a year
Payment method: Ticket in advance