I ate bazoku hiyashi chuka, chilled Chinese noodle. Besides ordinary chilled Chinese ingredients, seafood such as shrimp and squid is used. Soup is made with sesame. Noodles are hand-made. Hand-made Goza is also delicious.
Fantastic ramen. Watched the man in the window stretch and knead the noodles to order. Broths are all very different and super tasty. I personally loved the spicy tantan-men and my wife liked the miso broth and the bamboo shoot broth. They have an English...More
Last reviewed in April 2013. My wife (who is Japanese, but now resides in Australia) and I return here every year. It never changes. DON'T expect any service. DON'T expect an Enlglish menu . DO expect the best tan tan men you are likely to...More
Previously reviewed back in September 2012 when we were last in Japan...my wife and I always make a point of dropping into Bazoku for lunch whenever we are in Tokyo. My wife is Japanese and lived in Asakusa for 7 years. This was her favourite...More
My wife is Japanese and lived in Asakusa for 7 years. This was her favourite local ramen noodle house and now it is mine too. It's a small "no-frills" eatery, but one which oozes character: from the man behind glass making fresh noodles to the...More
After a long morning of walking around and seeing the temple in the area we were hungry for lunch. Tried to find an eel place to no luck and saw this place on a recommendation list. Don't speak much Japanese, so guessed it was right...More