Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen “Nonoichi” in Tateishi

Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen "Nonoichi" in Tateishi

Tateishi is a neighborhood in Katsushika, Tokyo, Japan.
There are many retro-chic Japanese style public bar there. The area retains an atmosphere associated with Tokyo’s earthy Shitamachi (“downtown”) neighborhoods.

There is a ramen restaurant “Nonoichi” in Tateishi.
I like “Coriander Ramen” of the restaurant.

Kagoshima Ramen Restaurant “Nonoichi” in Tateishi

“Nonoichi” is located a little away from the Keisei Tateishi Station.

It takes 10 minutes by foot from the station.

Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen "Nonoichi" in Tateishi

This is “Nonoichi”, Kagoshima Ramen restaurant.

Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen "Nonoichi" in Tateishi

As it was just opened in November 2015, it is a bright shop with a white tone and a sense of cleanliness.
There are many old good stores in Tateishi, and a new store is also quite comfortable.

I order the below.

  • Ramen (Coriander topping)
  • Coriander full salad
  • Water gyoza
  • Coriander distilled spirit

Coriander distilled shochu

Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen "Nonoichi" in Tateishi

It is a rare shochu made from coriander. The appearance is slightly greenish.
Well, what kind of lady is it?

Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen "Nonoichi" in Tateishi

Indeed, it is a distilled shochu featuring a unique scent of coriander.
Personally I felt like I was happy if the smell of coriander was more.

Ramen (Coriander topping)

Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen "Nonoichi" in Tateishi

Ramen (Coriander topping) looks nice.
Asian Ramen comes to mind somehow.

When I try squeezing the soup, I feel like “I’m kind of diluted a bit.”
Although this was stocked as previous information, when I tried drinking the soup after mixing the whole again, the taste went deeper indeed.

It is a thin taste salty with things that are nothing and a gentle taste that the chicken base worked on.
The tenderness of the barbecue is also easy.
Also the fragrance of green onion and fried green onion is working, it adds an accent to the gentle taste, it is delicious.

The noodles are slippery and soft through the throat.
It fits with an easy soup.

At the time I was having tasted it seems to be good even after drinking, I noticed that the topping coriander is waiting for the turn.

Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen "Nonoichi" in Tateishi

This topping coriander, a lot of quantity and plenty.

Together with coriander, it also tastes good.
The fragrance of fresh coriander adds flowers to light soup.

When approaching the bottom, the flavor of the chicken becomes stronger, and if you eat it will become more delicious system eater ramen.

Water gyoza

Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen "Nonoichi" in Tateishi

There is only written in the menu “Manager Recommended” and delicious.
As well as ramen soup, it is gentle seasoning, and the flavor of fried green onion is effective.
Since the taste is firmly attached to the bean paste, you can taste it without putting soy sauce too much.

Coriander full salad

Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen "Nonoichi" in Tateishi

This is Coriander full salad.
Apart from coriander, onion and tomato are served.

I am happy that I can have plenty of coriander.
Unlike thin coriander that are often accompanied by dishes, this coriander is fresh with a firm eating response. Very nice.

Summary

Put the coriander on and pull it! Kagoshima Ramen "Nonoichi" in Tateishi

Beginning with Coriander distilled shochu, I was happy as I was able to consume large amounts of Coriander salad and Coriander Ramen.

This Ramen restaurant is very nice for people who like coriander.


Restaurant name :
Nonoichi

Addresses :
4-28-19 Tateishi Katsushika-ku Tokyo

Operating Hours :
11:00-13:30

Shop holidays :
11:30〜15:00, 18:00〜25:00 (Tue – Sat)
22:00(Sun, Holiday)

Transportation :
10 minutes by foot from Keisei Tateishi Station


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