From July 1, "Rasai-men" will be available at Gyoza no Ousho, a deliciously spicy ramen featuring a soup blended with two kinds of miso, the refreshing numbness of Sichuan pepper, and the stimulating spiciness of aromatic raayu (Chinese chili oil).
Hot and Spicy NoodlesThis menu item was first sold at some stores in Kyoto Prefecture and was well received. It is considered to be a "good-for-your-body" yakuzen ramen developed in response to growing health demand. This time, the recipe has been improved and re-released.
The soup is a blend of two types of miso, with the refreshing numbness of Szechuan pepper and the stimulating spiciness of aromatic raayu (raayu containing sansho (Chinese pepper), chenpi (dried citrus peel), red chili pepper, etc.). The flavor of minced meat, the aroma of chives, garlic, and ginger, and the taste of sesame seeds will whet your appetite. The aroma of five-spice powder and other spices makes this dish addictive. The price is 830 yen (tax included). To go is 815 yen (container fee not included).
A special July-only set is also available until July 31. Single items will continue to be sold in August and beyond.
July Limited Set AIncludes hot spicy noodles, 3 dumplings, and apricot bean curd. Price: 1,060 yen.
July Limited Set BHot and spicy noodles, 3 dumplings, and small rice. Price: 1,070 yen.
Three gyoza can be added to each set for an additional 121 yen. The gyoza in each set can be changed to gyoza with extra garlic. 33 yen for western Japan, 22 yen for eastern Japan. Not available at stores in Hokkaido.