Tasty Soy Sauce Ramen with Small Dried Sardine Soup Can Be Eaten for JPY 500 -Mokuyobi-
October 15th, 2015
Mokuyobi (木曜日) is a popular ramen restraunt in Chuo ward, Sapporo city. Mokuyobi means Thursday in English. This is because Mokuyobi opened a business only on Thursday when a soup curry restraunt "destroyer (デストロイヤー)" was a regular closing day. They became independent and opened the ramen restraunt now.
3 groups of preceding visitors formed a queue when I visited here around 13:00 on weekdays. The customers were full of variety including family customers, couples and solo women, and it will have an atmosphere that it was easy to enter the ramen restraunt. By the way, there are only counter seats.
While I lined up, I was asked about my order and ordered soy sauce ramen with small dried sardine soup (煮干し正油ラーメン), a large serving of noodles and a soft-boiled egg marinated in soy and mirin. The price is JPY 600 in total. That has a very beneficial feeling. I was able to sit at the counter seat after waiting for approximately 10 minutes. Approximately 5 minutes later, the soy sauce ramen with small dried sardine soup was served.
As menu was written as small dried sardines, it smelled tasty fishery products. At first it was tasty light taste when I had a sip of soup. The Soup tastes especially good for light taste lover. The customers can add the small dried sardines and order the ramen only at the same time, and it seems to be rich taste. Noodles were soft curly homemade noodles with approximately 30 cm in length. The taste is very good and the price is reasonable. It is natural that the ramen restraunt become popular.
Soy Sauce Ramen with Small Dried Sardine Soup and Atmosphere of Ramen Restaurant Can Be Watched on Youtube.
|Parking lot||Free parking is provided (3 Cars)|
|Business hours||Weekdays 11:00-16:00. Saturday and National holiday 11:00-15:00. * If soup runs out, they close the restraunt|
|Regular closing day||Sunday|
|Home page||Home page is here|
|Mapcode||9 460 507*70|
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Sapporo Foods and Onsen