Ah…the first stop of the ramen madness! This one hails from Milan as its name here suggests. Specializing in Tonkotsu Ramen, let’s see how this fares to other ramens here.
The place was very white detailed with red and green accents. It does remind someone of being in Italy with its very chic and simple interiors.
This pork bone broth ramen was very delicate in terms of taste. The pork was very tender. As for the noodles, the durum semolina and wheat flour was a good combo to make this one yummy ramen.
I love how they have this option! It’s perfect for vegetarians and nonvegetarians. The broth was different as it was just a mix of soy sauce. The overall taste was slightly on the sweet side.
And this was my pick for that resto. True to its name, this one had no soup but more of an spicy oil mixture. It might as well have been a pasta dish or a dry noodle dish. I still enjoyed this nonetheless. Same as with a spicy ramen, this gave me a bit of a cold so yeah, it was spicy! It’s best to mix this well all in to get the full flavor.
And this first stop was a success! I love how their offers differ from others. Since this is based in Italy, its flavor differed somehow but still retaining that Japanese ramen feel. Their take on noodles was good. Overall service a-okay.
Round 1 is a sure win! Shall we keep this up in Round 2? 😉
Casa Luca Milano
B2F Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum,
2-14-21 Shin-Yokohama, Kohoku-ku,
Yokohama 222-0033, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
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