Shinatatsu Ramen/Donburi Street was closed for a bit, but it’s open again and serving delicious Ramen! I decided it was time that I tried Tsukemen. I had never tried the dipping style of Ramen before, partly because I am lazy and just want to slurp out of a bowl instead of wasting time and dipping. But, the franchised Tetsu was there and calling me.
I decided to go for the normal one, but also added on extra Char Siew, Egg and Bamboo Shoots.
I ordered the Soup version, which is warm noodles. You can also order it cold, which most people do.
The broth is rich and creamy, dip the noodles right in and slurp it all up.
The key is to eat it while the dipping sauce is hot. If it cools down they do offer you a hot stone to put inside the dipping sauce to keep it hot.
The taste is great when you dip. For me, the dipping sauce alone is quite rich and creamy, it needs to be cut if that’s how you drink it.
A great first Tsukemen experience.