There may be too many ramen restaurants around the Metro these days, but we’ve gladly left room for Tsuta Ramen, the world’s first Michelin-starred ramen house. At a high-profile franchise such as this, it becomes forgivable to only find its menu to consist of just three types of ramen: Shoyu (infused with truffle oil), Shio (seasoned with Okinawa sea salt), and Miso (Hatcho miso). You can order these with your choice of toppings.
Unlike most restaurants, you can watch your ramen bowl being made by talented chefs right in front of your eyes. World-class quality can definitely be indulged in here.
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