Read to the end to find out when and where!
Tsuta 蔦 is the first ever ramen joint located in northern Tokyo (Sugamo) to get a Michelin star last December 2015. It’s a small 9-seater restaurant that specializes in Japanese soba, which is known for its soy-based broth that’s aged for two years!
Tsuta Ramen 蔦 Address: 1-14-1 Sugamo, Toshima ward, Tokyo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jsn.tsuta/
Tsuta’s trademark ramen is the “Shoyu Soba”, which is made with special ingredients that deliver a deep, intense umami experience–whole wheat flour noodles, chashu served with black truffle oil, soy-based chicken and seafood stock, salt, red wine and rosemary infusions.
They say only 150 bowls of ramen are served daily – priced at ¥1,000 to ¥1,500 a bowl.
Queues form as early as 6AM every morning, even though the shop only opens at 11am. Good news though, because Tsuta has an efficient queuing system that indicates your seating time right away.
Note: There is also a ¥1,000 deposit for every time card you get.
Check out their insane restaurant rules:
Moreover, once you get your queue cards and are led into the shop, you will have to make your orders through a vending machine. Although it is important to note that some items may be unavailable by the time you are seated.
UPDATE: We just got word that they’ll be opening around November 2017 in Bonifacio High Street!
This news has been confirmed by the Foodee Global Concepts Group, the same awesome team that’s brought us Todd English Food Hall, llaollao, Pound by Todd English, Tim Ho Wan, Mesa, Sunnies Cafe and more!
In case you missed it, Foodee Global Concepts is also bringing in the wildly popular Kam's Roast Goose from Hong Kong. READ MORE
Tsuta Ramen just opened in Singapore recently and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for Tsuta Philippines! Keep following our blog and Instagram (@bookyapp) for the fastest and latest restaurant openings in and out of Manila.
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