“Ginzasa”Ramen shop where you could enjoy Taichazuke

銀笹Today, I visited “Ginzasa”. It is located around 10 minute walk from Shimbashi station. Even though the shop is not near from any station, it is really popular. I arrived there at 11:37, 7 minutes after its opening. There were about 10 people waiting in line. I could enter the shop in around 10 minutes, bought a ticket out of a vending machine, and sat at the table.

銀笹Right after I sat at the table, spices and a wet towel were served. It was delightful to be served a chilled towel in such a hot day. This was just “O-MO-TE-NA-SHI”.
Ramen came in around 5 minutes.

銀笹This was a “Ginzasa Ramen Shio(Salt)”(¥850). Toppings were a roasted pork fillet, welsh onions, mizuna, red peppers and fish balls of sea bream.

銀笹Noodles were a bit wavy and thin.
Soup was decent and had a strong fish flavor. It was an excellent one with rich taste which removed odor completely. It was a little bit salty but not that much with noodles.
All toppings were seasoned to be getting along well with soup. A roasted pork fillet was especially delicious with rich taste and burned flavor of meat.

Next pleasure, taichazuke.

銀笹At first, you should order half rice with some tai(sea bream). Rice was firmly boiled with light taste.

銀笹Then, you poured a soup of ramen and started to eat. It was really delicious as expected.

You could enjoy twice at Ginzasa ramen. Please don’t forget to order taichazuke.

Restaurant’s name: Ginzasa
Address: 1F Fuji building, 8-15-2, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Operating hours: 11:30~15:00, 17:30~22:00(Mondays to Saturdays)
Holiday: Sundays, National Holiday
Payment method: Ticket in advance

住所:東京都中央区銀座8-15-2 藤ビル 1F
営業時間:[月~土]11:30~15:00 17:30~22:00



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