Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant “Menya Nishijo” in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

It is close to Keisei Tateishi Station.
A ramen restaurant “Menya Nishijo” located a little in the alley from the road beside the track.

The atmosphere of the restaurant is like drinking bar.
Therefore I thought about going to drink when I was drinking, but when I saw through the shop at noon I thought that ramen was good, so I decided to try lunch.

As I entered with my wife, we ordered 2 items, Aburasoba(Oiled Ramen Noodles) and Miso Tsukemen(Miso Dipping Ramen Noodles).

Ramen restaurant located near Keisei Takaishi station “Menya Nishijo”

Tateishi Katsushika-ku, Tokyo.

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.

Nice ramen restaurant with both ambience and interior

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

This is “Menya Nishijo”.
It is understood that it is because the board on which the picture of the goodwill and ramen with “Noodle Shop” written on it is placed at the shop, but the appearance is like a drinking shop.

It is close to the station, 1 to 2 minutes walking from Keisei Station.
It is a ramen restaurant a little in the way from the road next to the track.

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

Well, as you enter inside, it consists of a counter seat and a table seat.
From the layout inside the shop and the liquor and knob cooked on the walls, the impression that I still receive is a pub.

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

The menu of the ramen system is like this.
Tsukemen(Dipping Ramen Noodles) and rice items are lineup, centering on Aburasoba(Oiled Ramen Noodles).

I decided to order one each from Aburasoba and Tsukemen to enjoy various taste because I was with my wife.

Aburasoba(Oiled Ramen Noodles)

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

This is “Aburasoba(Oiled Ramen Noodles) with egg”. It is 760 yen.

In addition to warm balls, the ingredients such as eggs, salted eggs, fried onions, chopped onion, mizuna, menma, chopped seaweed.

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

Firstly stir so that noodles become entangled with ingredients and eat it!
So I will stir it from there.

It mixes with the soup at the bottom, making a good aroma with appetite.

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

It is quite a punchy taste, a drink full of unbearable chopsticks in hungry peco. By mixing ingredients, it is good that the goodness of each item is coupled.

Noodles are thick noodles and it is rice cake.
By the way, “normal” is 150 g. “Large” is 200 grams and it’s free of charge.

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

Please put your desk seasoning on your preference and stir well and eat it! So, from the middle you add seasonings and change the taste.

Seasoning are the below.

  • Rice vinegar
  • Chili Oil
  • Seasoning
  • Hot spicy vegetables

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN
What I liked was hot spicy vegetables.
This is quite hot, it is a good feeling that the flavor also increases with the effect of the cabbage.

Miso Tsukemen(Miso Dipping Ramen Noodles)

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

This is “Miso Tsukemen(Miso Dipping Ramen Noodles)”. 750 yen.

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

Like Aburasoba, Noodles are thick and rich.
The ingredients are simple, Menma is served with chashuw and Nori with noodles.

Aburasoba and Tsukemen at Ramen restaurant "Menya Nishijo" in Tateishi | TOKYO JAPAN

Soup is based on miso which feels a little sweet.
A floating shredded green onion gives a good effect because it refreshes in the mouth.

Summary

There is only main and oil soba is better to eat at this shop.
There are also volumes and because it contains plenty of ingredients, you can also satisfy various texture and taste changes so you can be satisfied.

I am thinking about visiting the next time and trying on sake beside alcohol, then eating Aburasoba at the end.


Restaurant name :
Menya Nishijo (Ramen)

Addresses :
4-22-5 Tateishi Katsushika-ku Tokyo

Operating Hours :
12:00-24:00

Shop holidays :
Mon

Transportation :
30 meters from Keisei Tateishi


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