There are many types of ramen and one of the classic type is miso ramen, which is one of the most popular ramen from Sapporo. Miso ramen is famous for its savoury miso broth, as well as its medium-thick curly noodles and stir-fried vegetable toppings, adding more depth and complexity to the flavour.
In the battlefield of miso ramen at the heart of Sapporo, it’s not easy for a particular ramen shop to stand out. This 24-year-old ramen shop in Sapporo introducing today, is a well-known and respected establishment that you absolutely cannot miss when visiting Hokkaido!
Miso ramen is a must-try dish in Sapporo, and the key to its flavour lies in the broth. In addition to three types of miso used in the broth, a combination of vegetables, pork bones, and chicken from Niigata Prefecture are simmered for hours to create a deeply savoury base. The result is a rich, slightly spicy, and highly complex taste that is truly unique and delicious. It’s no wonder why people brave the cold winds to queue up for a bowl of this delicious dish!
One unique aspect of Sapporo miso ramen is its egg yolk rolled noodles. The noodles have a strong aroma of wheat and a perfect chewy texture. The pork char siu in this dish is generously portioned, with three large and thick slices that make it the best char siu we’ve ever tasted! Don’t forget to order the soft-boiled egg – it’s cooked to perfection and very flavourful. If you’re a foodie looking for a bowl of perfect miso ramen, this restaurant should definitely be on your to-go list!
This bowl of miso ramen is highly recommended by locals, and is the restaurant’s no.1 most popular dish, and for good reason. After adding butter, the broth becomes even smoother, creating the perfect balance of flavours with the sweet corn. To take this dish to the next level, we highly recommend adding the pork char siu and a soft-boiled egg. Trust us, you’ll fall in love with this dish after just one bite!
▮ Instant Miso Ramen｜JPY 278｜✯ : 7.5 ⭐️ ▯ 即食味噌拉麵
Because of the high-quality miso ramen at the ramen shop, I decided to buy some instant miso ramen back. The broth is not as rich as what you can find in Japan, and the vegetable portions are smaller and less fragrant. And of course, there’s no char siu. That being said, this instant miso ramen is still better than many of the ramen shops, and I definitely recommend if you have some empty space in your luggage!
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