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Shioshoga-Ramen MANNISH

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"Shio" in Japanese means salt and "Shoga" is ginger, so it's a chicken-stock-based Ramen with salt and ginger flavor. Pretty light taste, ginger doesn't stand out too much. You can eat it like a chicken ginger soup, so the flavor may be a little too subtle for you. Pretty good overall, should probably taste better after a few beers, though. 

The inside is very tiny, 7 counter seats only, looking like a bar (probably it used to be). You have to go down the narrow stairs to the entrance, so watch your step. 

My rating: 4.5

Shioshoga-Ramen MANNISH
Tabelog | 050-5577-6337
Address: B1F, 1-9-10 Uchi-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Access: 3 minute from Kanda station
Budget: 800 JPY〜
Open: 11:30-15:00
Closed: Sunday

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