Kyoto Kitashirakawa Ramen Kairikiya "Cold noodles (chilled Chinese)"

Kyoto Kitashirakawa Ramen Kairikiya has started taking out "Cold noodles (chilled Chinese)" from May 16th. The single item price is 780 yen (excluding tax), and the size is only average.

Cold noodles (chilled Chinese noodles) do not need to be cooked because they can be eaten immediately by removing the lid of the container and sprinkling special sesame seeds on the ingredients and noodles. Steamed chicken, cucumber, broth egg, and kimchi are served as ingredients.

Because it uses medium-thick noodles that are smooth and chewy, it is easy for special sesame seeds to get entangled and easy to eat. You can enjoy the taste change by mixing kimchi while eating.

The end date of sales is undecided and is subject to change depending on the operational status of the store. All stores are available. However, the Chatan store, Yomitan store, Shigino store, Kishida-do store, and food court store are excluded.

It is recommended that you check the website for the latest information, as the sales period and store operation status are subject to change.

Kyoto Kitashirakawa Ramen Kairikiya

Kyoto Kitashirakawa Ramen Kairikiya was born in 2005 in the fierce battlefield of ramen in Kitashirakawa, Kyoto. The signature product is "Kyoto backfat soy sauce ramen, which is light but rich and deep." The soy sauce sauce, which is the "kaeshi" of ramen, is completed by repeating trial and error. The noodles that go well with the soup are Ramen Kairikiya's special low-hydrated noodles that use flour carefully selected from hundreds of types. The medium-thin noodles cut out with a square blade No. 24 are aged at a fixed temperature and humidity to create a noodle with a perfect balance with the soup. The char siu, which goes well with soy sauce ramen, uses high-quality pork meat. By cooking with soy sauce, it has a strong flavor and is soft and easy to eat.

Kyoto Kitashirakawa Ramen Kairikiya