Salt Ramen with Hinai Native Chicken Soup Looks Like Vermicellifine Noodles -Hareruya in Sapporo-
August 10th, 2015
Menya Hareruya (麺や ハレル家) is a ramen restraunt in Higashi ward, Sapporo city and was founded in 2011. There is a building near Sapporo central postoffice (札幌中央郵便局) within walking distance of the Sapporo station. An alone building that built at a parking lot is a mark.
I visited here around 13:00 on Sunday. The interior decoration was made of woods, and it had a relaxed atmosphere. There were 2 family customers. I sat at a counter seat and read a menu. I was interested in the salt ramen with hinai native chicken soup (比内地鶏そばの塩味) among the menu. I ordered it. The price was JPY 850. The water was lemon-oil water. The customers could drink it theirselves.
Approximately 10 minutes later, the ramen was served. An owner seems to be a Japanese cuisine chef and Hareruya's ramen becomes the Japanese cuisine-based ramen. The soup made from hinai native chicken, dried small sardines and bonito, and straight thin noodles made by sagamiya noodle-making factory, and a roasted pork fillet with approximately 10 cm in diameter, and bamboo shoots with approximately 30 cm in length, those caught my eyes. The soup was plain type soup, but it had Umami and looked vermicellifine noodles, but the taste was good ramen.
I ordered a noodles refill last. The extra price is JPY 100.
Salt Ramen with Hinai Native Chicken Soup and Atmosphere of Ramen Restaurant Can Be Watched on Youtube.
|Parking lot||Free parking is provided (10 Cars)|
|Business hours||11:00-15:30 and 17:00-20:00|
|Regular closing day||Open all year round|
|Home page||Home page is here|
|Mapcode||9 553 103*40|
A page of Sapporo foods and onsen is here
Sapporo Foods and Onsen