No, not a ramen cooked by Mr. Presley. If it is so, I wouldn’t have gone there..So scary lor!
So we knew this Ramen restaurant from an Indo magazine here. After reading the review, my makan team and I couldn’t wait to give it a try! And so, on one Tuesday afternoon, after class, off we gooooooo~
The restaurant is located in Jin Cheng Fang Street (金城坊街), a business area in Xi Cheng District 西城区, Beijing. It is near from my place. Only RMB10 by taxi (fyi: for taxis in Beijing, the first 3 kms is RMB10)
The interior…well, the place isn’t that big, but it feels so Jappy. Lol
We sat at the table in the middle as there were 8 of us. And the table is so cute lor…
And just to give you the idea of how the table looks like…
Yohei said that this place is very famous in Japan (yea, it’s origin from Jap), and the ramen is expensive. He said if converted to RMB, it will be around RMB60-70 per bowl!!
And here comes the food…
I ordered what the magz suggested: Grand Rib Soup Ramen (秘制骨汤拉面)…
With RMB33, it really is worth every cent!
The portion is big, the meat tastes very nice, the egg is whole, and the soup is heavenly!!
And I don’t know how did they boil the egg because the yolk is unusual, but the taste is really nice lor! Now where can you find ramen with a whole egg in it? Usually they will just give you half right?
This is Nath’s. I forgotten what’s the name, but the soup is Miso soup. Tastes nice also! 🙂
Nath, Nia, Helen, and I ordered these gyozas for RMB 12…
So in short, the food is really really satisfying! Really can make those Ramen lovers went crazy lor! Lol
F4-3 Jinchengfang Street, Xicheng District (across Financial Street Plaza)
Tel: (010) 66220388