You can choose from several varieties of ramen, but ramen Hikosaku’s most well-known dish is their thick "kotteri" ramen. The front display is a thick, richly flavored pork and soy-based "tonkotsu" soup. the shop uses straight noodles. Their sticky texture goes well with the thick soup. Ingredients depend on the dish, but they also has char siu(roasted pork fillet), chopped green onions, and mianma(Chinese bamboo shoots that have been fermented and then dried). Perfect ramen for people who like deep, strong flavor.
Today, we ordered the slightly different "Goku Ebi Ramen" (extreme shrimp ramen) as a new item on their menu. This ramen features a soup made of lobster, pork, and chicken simmered together for eight hours. Topped with shrimp and boiled egg. It’s a visually striking dish, too. Notice the deep shrimp-miso taste combined with the standard pork based soup in this ramen. For those who have gotten used to normal ramen, why not give ramen Hikosaku’s slightly different ramen a try?
Counter and tables to the left and right. In contrast to the atmosphere of the entrance, the inside of the restaurant is unexpectedly spacious. Female customers will appreciate the fresh cleanliness of the restaurant.
103 GRAND PALAIS, 152 Motokitakojicho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto city, Kyoto, Japan
|Language||11:30a.m. - 3:30p.m. 5:30p.m. - 0:00a.m. closed - Wednesday|
|Access||2 minute walk from City Bus Stop Imadegawa Omiya 8 minute walk from Subway Imadegawa Station|