Thursday, December 9, 2010

I heart "Ichiban Boshi"

This is one of my favourite lunch time destinations! When it's not busy that is... If you come right around 12-1:30pm or 6:30-8pm it's usually impossible to get seated without the 30-40 minute wait. So if you're starving, get cracking onto other restaurants because you will stand there.. and starve.
This place has never let me down.. From their beef tataki, to their curries, and all their ramen! The price range is from $10-$15!

Chicken Karage ramen.
I always tell them to put the chicken in a separate bowl because I like my textures.. And the soup makes it soggy :(

Chashu ramen.
I haven't tried this one. But I have a feeling the soup taste quite similar to the normal everyday ramen, just a different topping? Hahaha.

Wonton Ramen.
This tasted a little Chinese, probably because of the wontons.. But it really did taste Chinese.

The eel box.
I've never seen so many eel piled into one little box.

Tan tan tsukemen with spinach noodles.
I have a fetish for any soup/ noodles starting with the word "tantan". This was served cold and you dip the noodles in the soup as you eat it. The texture of the soup was very creamy, deliciously creamy. Strangely, to me it had a peanut sauce feeling to it. Delicious.

I don't have a picture of this.. But the beef tataki here is AMAZING! The onion shavings, the sauce.. the flavour combines like a party in my mouth!
And beverages! Definitely the iced green tea cappuccino if you dig the green tea flavour, and the melon float - combination of some melon soda with a scoop of ice cream on top!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Everyone! Great to meet you all on Saturday. By the way, is this the Ichiban next to Kinokuniya? I like their food! I always get full when I go there! Have a happy Christmas! :)


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