Today, I visited “Ipudo”, which had been established in 1985.
Ipudo was famous for its mild tonkotsu ramen which removed odor completely. Ipudo had a lot of branches all over Japan and the world.
I arrived there at 11:20, 20 minutes after its opening. I could be in the shop without waiting.
Today’s branch of “Ipudo” was its Ginzaten, which was located a minute from Higashi Ginza station.
Taking a look at a menu, I found a bargain lunch set for weekdays (11:00~15:00) only. A lunch set (Ramen price+￥100)=Ramen+5 pieces of gyouza+rice. B lunch (Ramen price +￥100)=Ramen+5 pieces of gyouza+small mentaiko rice.
I ordered A lunch set of Akamaru Shinaji (￥830+￥100).
Noodles were thin and straight. They were not that firm and easy to eat. A soup was mild and sweet without any odor. However, this Akamaru Shinaji had hotness and wildness with flavor oil.
This A set had excellent cost performance.
There were 19 branches just within Tokyo. Why don’t you try one?
Restaurant’s name: Ipudo Ginzaten
Address: 1F Central building, 4-10-3, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Operating hours: 11:00~2:00(Mondays to Thursdays)
11:00~3:00(Fridays, Saturdays, A day before National Holiday)
11:00~1:00(Sundays, National Holiday)
Holiday: Open throughout a year
Payment method: Ticket in advance
住所：東京都中央区銀座4-10-3 セントラルビル 1F
営業時間：[月～木]11:00～翌2:00 [金土・祝前日]11:00～翌3:00 [日祝]11:00～翌1:00