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Kinmedai Ramen Hosenka Yokohama

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Kinmedai Ramen Hosenka Yokohama Description

Located in Yokohama, Kinmedai Ramen Hosenka is a must-visit restaurant for ramen lovers. This cozy establishment specializes in serving delicious and authentic Japanese ramen. The restaurant's unique feature is its focus on using high-quality ingredients, particularly the use of kinmedai, a type of fish known as 'golden eye snapper,' in their ramen broth.

The menu at Kinmedai Ramen Hosenka offers a variety of ramen options to suit different tastes. One of their standout dishes is the Kinmedai Ramen, which features a rich and flavorful broth made from simmering kinmedai bones for hours. The result is a creamy and aromatic broth that perfectly complements the tender and succulent slices of kinmedai fish. The ramen is topped with fresh vegetables, seaweed, and a perfectly cooked soft-boiled egg, adding layers of texture and flavor to the dish.

In addition to their signature ramen, Kinmedai Ramen Hosenka also offers a selection of side dishes and appetizers to complement your meal. From gyoza to karaage (Japanese fried chicken), these dishes are expertly prepared and bursting with flavor.

The restaurant's interior is warm and inviting, with a traditional Japanese decor that creates a cozy and relaxed atmosphere. Whether you're a ramen aficionado or simply looking to try something new, Kinmedai Ramen Hosenka is a dining experience that sets itself apart from other establishments.

Kinmedai Ramen Hosenka Yokohama Overview

Address

2-chōme-7-9 Minamisaiwai, Nishi Ward, Kanagawa 220-0005

Phone

+81 (0) 45-594-7057

Access

5 minute walk from Yokohama Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-10:45PM
Mon: 11:00AM-10:45PM
Tue: 11:00AM-10:45PM
Wed: 11:00AM-10:45PM
Thur: 11:00AM-10:45PM
Fri: 11:00AM-10:45PM
Sat: 11:00AM-10:45PM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Home Delivery

Take-out Available

Non-smoking

Kinmedai Ramen Hosenka Yokohama Reviews

Kinmedai Ramen Hosenka Yokohama Google Average Rating

4.1

5

Google
Unreal. Speechless. This bowl of sea bream broth ramen is like the side character to the main character in any anime; low screen time but when it does appear, it makes sure that it does it’s best. The sea bream broth wasn’t something you can find normally in Japan, and this stall has done it so damn well. The umami of the broth and the touch of charred fish topping absolutely packed a punch! Highly recommend if you’re around the area of Yokohama station.

5

Google
King Kogi here 👑🐷 Don’t be scared by the fishy scent emerging from this ramen shop, the taste is not like the smell.

Yes, their broth is made with the less common ramen base—fish—-but you will be happily surprised at the clean, light, and scrumptious taste.

It was a hot, humid summer day so I ordered the full topping tsukemen special, made with kinmedai (金目鯛) Golden eye snapper. It was filling but also light enough to digest on a hot day.

The noodles are bouncy and slightly nutty, made not entirely with white flour. They have the perfect throat feel for gobbling!

The charshu is delightful- a super thin pile of pork reminiscent of shabu shabu, lean and slightly smoky.

The egg was creamy and golden red. And one, big, fat piece of crunchy menma added a nice texture change.

Don’t pass by this shop, it’s super clean and the seats are covid friendly divided with plastic barriers. I’ll be back again to try their hot ramen next!

4

Google
I have visited the Shinjuku store before, but this is my first visit to the Yokohama store. Ramen seems to be a restaurant run by the Yashida Group.
I ordered Kinmedai Shirayu Ramen (950 yen). Unlike the elegant and refreshing taste of the normal Kinmedai ramen I had in Shinjuku, this bowl has a wild attack of richness from the hot water and flavor from the dashi. It contains grilled red sea bream meat, giving it a fragrant flavor. The rare pork fillet and soft menma tips were also delicious.

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