Sarusuberi is located on the B2F of a building that is directly connected to Shinjuku-sanchome Station.
Sarusuberi is famous for its Niboshi (small boiled and dried fish) soup. Among the menu, Tsukemen is the most popular.
I first bought a meal ticket at the vending machine.
When I come here, I order Noukou Tsukemen or Tokunou Hirako Niboshi Tsukemen.
I ordered Tokunou Hirako Niboshi Tsukemen.
As soon as I sat down, one of the staffs asked me how much noodles I want.
You can choose from Nami-mori (standard size) and Chu-mori (medium size).
I ordered Nami-mori.
The store only has counter-seats.
There’s no door and I hear the customers going to the Italian restaurant next-door saying “oishisou” meaning that it looks delicious!
I waited for my Ramen while seeing envious attitudes from passersby.
7 minutes later…
Niboshi Tsukemen arrived!
Rich Niboshi soup.
It has a nice Niboshi smell.
The smell made my stomach growl!
On the noodles, it had bamboo shoots, grilled pork, and colorful honeworts. It looks beautiful!
I ate the medium-thick noodle with the soup.
The soup mingled well with the noodle.
I tasted and felt finely chopped onions. It adds a texture and sweetness.
I see many women ordering Chu-mori because the soup is light and delicious!!
I finished Nami-mori in no time!
After I finished the noodle, I ordered Soup Wari!
I diluted the remainder of the Tsukemen soup and Soup Wari.
The Soup Wari has chopped Yuzu in it and it goes so well when you mix it.
If you order Tsukemen, you must order Soup Wari at the end.
What a satisfying day.
|B2F ,3-4-8 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo|
|1-minute from Shinjuku-sanchome Station|