I ate Hidakaya "Gapao soupless noodles". Although it bears the name of Thai food "Gapao", it is not so Gapao-like. Jarja noodles made from chicken or Shirunashi Tantanmen, but this can be enjoyed as another dish.
Gapao is also known as Holy Basil (Holy Basil), an herb. If you go to a Thai restaurant, you will often see Gapao rice with minced chicken and pork on rice, but Hidakaya's Gapao soupless noodles have a rich herb scent. Not a translation. The price is 590 yen (tax included).
The minced chicken is finely chopped with green peppers and has a rather old-fashioned "Chinese" scent. It also comes with toro and cucumber, which gives the impression that it's a strange jar jar noodle or a soupless tantanmen. Originally it is spicy, but I want to sprinkle more spices, and when I sprinkle the black pepper on the table, the unexpected taste gets stronger and it goes well.
If you mix thick noodles with soboro bean paste and mix well, you will feel at ease. The sweetness, spiciness, and saltiness are not too strong and the balance is good. The volume of noodles is large. It's not like Gapao, but it's satisfying when you're hungry.