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Tsuke-men Yumenchu Description

Tsuke-men Yumenchu is a hidden gem located in Kyoto, Japan. This cozy restaurant specializes in tsuke-men, a unique style of ramen where the noodles are served separately from the broth. The restaurant is conveniently located near the Keihan Yamashina Station, making it easily accessible for both locals and tourists.

What sets Tsuke-men Yumenchu apart from other dining establishments is their dedication to quality and authenticity. The chefs here have mastered the art of creating the perfect bowl of tsuke-men, with rich and flavorful broth that perfectly complements the chewy noodles. The menu offers a variety of toppings and condiments, allowing diners to customize their bowl to their liking.

One of the standout menu items at Tsuke-men Yumenchu is their signature tsuke-men, which features thick and hearty noodles served with a flavorful broth made from a blend of secret ingredients. The broth is simmered for hours to extract maximum flavor, resulting in a rich and satisfying dining experience. Other popular menu items include the spicy tsuke-men, which adds a kick of heat to the dish, and the vegetarian tsuke-men, which is made with a flavorful vegetable broth.

The restaurant itself has a cozy and inviting atmosphere, with wooden furnishings and traditional Japanese decor. The friendly and attentive staff are always ready to assist diners in choosing the perfect combination of toppings and condiments to enhance their tsuke-men experience.

If you're looking for a unique and delicious dining experience in Kyoto, look no further than Tsuke-men Yumenchu. With their dedication to quality and authentic flavors, this restaurant is sure to satisfy your cravings for a hearty and satisfying bowl of tsuke-men.

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Tsuke-men Yumenchu Overview

Address

38-14 Misasaginakauchichō, Yamashina Ward, Kyoto 607-8414

Phone

+81 (0) 80-3115-7222

Access

7 minute walk from Yamashina Station on the Keihan Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Mon: 11:30AM-2:30PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Tue: 11:30AM-2:30PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Wed: Closed
Thur: 11:30AM-2:30PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Fri: 11:30AM-2:30PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Sat: 11:30AM-2:30PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Family-friendly

Non-smoking

Tsuke-men Yumenchu Reviews

Tsuke-men Yumenchu Google Average Rating

4.1

4

Google
A restaurant specializing in tsukemen, which is rare in Kyoto. The store has been frequented by core fans ever since it opened in Goryo, but since moving to Yakudaimae, the store has become larger and I feel like it has become accepted by a wider range of people.
Ticket vending machines have been introduced for some time now.
Customer seating is at the counter and at tables in the back. There is no parking lot for the store, but there are ticketed parking spaces on the surrounding roads.

"Burnt Tsukemen"

The thick, grainy dipping sauce is made with seafood as its centerpiece, with a strong soy sauce sauce to give it a clear outline, making it so easy to understand that you can understand everything at the first bite.
The sourness leads, the sweetness lingers in the aftertaste, and the fragrant oil is well balanced.
I used to find the sweet taste boring, but now I find the sour taste more memorable.
The chewy, thick noodles are well-boiled and have a heavy feel to them.

5

Google
The charred tsukemen noodles were delicious with lots of seafood flavor.
It has a nice voluminous feel.

4

Google
This is my first tsukemen restaurant since coming to Kyoto. The noodles had a good texture and taste (just based on my standards).
If the soup had a little more punch, it would be ★5
This time it was a large serving of rich tsukemen, so it was a restaurant that made me want to try a different menu again (?*?´?ω?`?*?)

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