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Ta-dah! The strange room was inside this tile roofed building, which happens to be a restaurant called “Mochi mochi no ki.” It’s one of the most popular Chinese noodle restaurants known for its fine quality noodles.
Their soup is another specialty, since it never gets cold! Can you guess why? It’s because the surface of the soup has a thick layer of oil that prevents the bouillon from losing its heat. Plus, you can get those extra calories!
I chose this ramen to fill my tummy today! You can see the bamboo shoots at the top, and although they’re not the highlight of the dish, you can taste their quality once you put it in your mouth. You might think these bamboo shoots are hard in texture, but quite the contrary, they’re pretty soft.
Oh, and let’s not forget about the oil layer I was talking about. If you look close enough at the picture (or enlarge the), you can see those spoonful of oil/lard. For some, it may sound unhealthy, but this is part of this excellent bouillon that this restaurant is known for, so it’s definitely a must-eat / must-experience!
Information: Mochi Mochi No Ki (Ramen)
Address: 287-2 Bansho, Noda-shi, Chiba
Open: Everyday, 11:00 – 23:00
Price: Middle size 820 yen～
Official Website: Mochi Mochi No Ki