Kineya is a specialty store for "okaki" and "senbei" that was founded in Nakamise, Asakusa, Tokyo. Currently, it is a charcoal-fired hand-baked rice cracker shop with stores in Asakusa and Azabujuban respectively.
The "fried pasta" I received this time is a fried confectionery made by fried pasta noodles in oil and seasoned with various flavors. It's a novel product that combines tradition and innovation!
I got 4 kinds of "Naporitan", "Carbonara", "Squid ink pasta" and "Salt pasta", so I tried each one.
The moment you put it in your mouth, the nostalgic ketchup flavor spreads. Exquisite sweetness after the aroma of fried wheat flour. The scent of onion is also chased. The ketchup isn't too strong, so you won't get tired of eating it all the time.
Deep-fried carbonara pasta with a rich scent. Every time you chew, your mouth is filled with creamy egg and cheese flavors. Rich and mellow, this is certainly the taste of carbonara!
● Squid ink pasta
Of the four flavors this time, the fried squid ink pasta that tasted the most. The saltiness and richness of squid ink are beautifully reproduced. The smell is squid ink! A luxurious snack for adults.
● Salt pasta
Of the four flavors this time, the one I liked the most. Simply fried pasta seasoned with salt and chili peppers. The faint saltiness and crispy fried aroma are exquisitely entwined in a golden ratio balance, and you can eat as much as you want!
This fried pasta will do a good job when you're drinking and want a snack of dried food. The ban on Beaujolais has finally been lifted, so how about a glass of wine?