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Japanese: Ramen

Kinshicho Chinese Soba Sanshiki


Kinshicho Chinese Soba Sanshiki Overview

Address

4-chōme-2-1 Taihei, Sumida City, Tokyo 130-0012

Access

10 minute walk from Kinshicho Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-8:40PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-8:40PM
Wed: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-8:40PM
Thur: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-8:40PM
Fri: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-8:40PM
Sat: 11:00AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-8:40PM

Payment methods

Cash

Kinshicho Chinese Soba Sanshiki Description

Located in the bustling neighborhood of Kinshicho in Tokyo, Kinshicho Chinese Soba Sanshiki is a hidden gem for ramen lovers. This cozy restaurant specializes in Chinese-style ramen, offering a unique twist on the classic Japanese dish. With a mouthwatering menu and a warm, inviting atmosphere, it's no wonder that this place has become a favorite among locals and tourists alike.

What sets Kinshicho Chinese Soba Sanshiki apart from other ramen joints is their dedication to quality and authenticity. The chefs here have mastered the art of creating rich and flavorful broths that are simmered for hours to perfection. Whether you prefer a soy-based broth or a spicy miso flavor, there is something for everyone on the menu.

One of the standout dishes at Kinshicho Chinese Soba Sanshiki is their signature Chinese-style ramen. This dish features a hearty broth filled with tender slices of pork, bamboo shoots, and green onions, all served over a bed of perfectly cooked noodles. The combination of flavors and textures is simply divine, making each bite a true delight.

The restaurant's decor is simple yet elegant, with wooden furnishings and soft lighting creating a cozy and intimate ambiance. The friendly and attentive staff add to the overall dining experience, ensuring that every customer feels welcome and well taken care of.

If you're a ramen enthusiast looking for a unique and satisfying dining experience, look no further than Kinshicho Chinese Soba Sanshiki. With their delicious Chinese-style ramen and warm hospitality, this restaurant is a must-visit for any food lover in Tokyo.

Restaurant Features

Family-friendly

Non-smoking

Kinshicho Chinese Soba Sanshiki Reviews

Kinshicho Chinese Soba Sanshiki Google Average Rating

4

Kinshicho Chinese Soba Sanshiki Tabelog Average Rating

3.66

5

Google
Incredible. 5 stars. Saffron, truffle, rich sardine ramen with beautiful micro greens and fluffy seaweed.

Clean facility. Impeccable kitchen.

Friendly and helpful staff.

5

Google
My favorite niboshi ramen I’ve had in Tokyo. Keep thinking about it, will return for more soon!

4

Google
Visited on Saturday afternoon.
There were a lot of people in the store, and there was only one table open, so I was able to fit in just in time.
I ordered the squid Chinese noodles and the rich Chinese noodles with oysters and dried sardines.
First, I had the Squid Chinese Soba.
The rather rich squid soup has a bitter and umami flavor, and is often served in squid ramen at a certain seafood ramen restaurant that has recently become popular.
The only difference is that the noodles are medium-thick and slightly water-added. Even so, you can feel the richness of the soup without diluting it, and it's delicious, and the yuzu aroma and back fat add a nice accent to the soup, preventing it from becoming a squid-smelling aftertaste. The menma was an interesting type that you don't see very often, with the texture of bamboo shoots remaining. The char siu is grilled with a lot of fat and has a strong aroma. Squid ramen would probably taste like this, but the aroma of back fat, yuzu, and rock nori made it a unique dish.
Next up is Chinese noodles with oysters and dried sardines, which also have a rich flavor. I thought it was dried sardines and oyster oil, but the soup itself had oyster paste in it. It was so rich that I couldn't tell whether it tasted like dried sardines or oysters, but when I compared it to dried sardines soup, it tasted completely different. It was an irresistible dish for oyster lovers, with the aroma of the ocean and the concentrated bitterness and flavor of dried sardines.
The noodles are thin and coat the soup well, and the condiments on top of the green onions (fish-based, but I don't know what they are...) have a very rich and interesting flavor, and you can feel the umami of seafood. It was delicious.
Lastly, I ordered a beef bowl with a bit of chin stock, but after eating the rich ramen, I couldn't really taste the stock, the onions still had their shape, and tasted sweet, and the ginger had a nice kick. I can only think of it as Yoshinoya's beef bowl.
Overall, it's a 4 out of 5 stars.
It was interesting, but it was a matter of personal taste, and the seafood was a bit too rich, so I wanted to enjoy the noodles more.
Definitely recommended for those who like rich sardines and seafood ramen.
If you're in Kinshicho and want to eat rich seafood, you'll want to visit.

4

Tabelog
Translated from Japanese:

I've been passing by the store often since it first opened, but I haven't had a chance to visit it for the first time. If you go a little early, after 11:30, there will be a few empty seats. I grabbed a bowl of Chuka Soba with dried squid and fatty sardines, which is considered to be a classic, for 930 yen. death...

4.3

Tabelog
Translated from Japanese:

Hello, this is Domo Esegane. I had something to do at Kinshicho Station and came here between my houses. It's already been a year since I've been thinking of coming! It's located just past the queue in Guilin. A table with a stylish atmosphere...

5

Tabelog
Translated from Japanese:

It costs about 1470 yen with flavored egg. There are no oysters in it. The flavor is amazing, and the aroma and taste of the oysters really hit home. The light flavor goes well with the rich soup. The chashu is grilled and...

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