Lonely Planet review
The young chefs at this sleek restaurant dish out some seriously good Hokkaidō-style rāmen (noodles in a meat broth with meat and vegetables). You will be given a choice of three kinds of soup when you order: shio (salt), shōyu (soy sauce) or miso – we highly recommend you go for the miso soup. For something totally decadent, try the tokusen toroniku rāmen, which is made from pork cheeks, of which only 200g can be obtained from one animal. The pork will come on a separate plate from the rāmen – just shovel it all into your bowl. The restaurant is located on the east side and ground floor of the new Kyōen restaurant and shopping complex. They keep serving until they run out of soup.