Menya Hanabusa (in Sakaisuji Honmachi, Osaka) – plain soy-based ramen including plenty of seafood


When I entered the shop, I felt an aromatic flavor of seafood floating there.  Menya Hanabusa is within three-minute walk from Sakaisuji Honmachi Station and a popular shop where you can have elegant ramen flavored by dried fish.

After the owner worked for Mugen, which is a prestigious shop located at Ebie, Osaka, he became independent of it and opened Menya Hanabusa in 2013.  Since then, the shop has been chosen as one of the best ramen shops in Tabelog* every year.  This is amazing.

Its best recommended specialty is chukka-soba (Chinese noodles) (¥700).  The soup, which is made from various dried seafood flavors such as the chicken of Nagoya Cochin, the whole chicken, dried fish, mackerel, round herring and Japanese littlenecks, has rich and elegant taste.

The flat and straight noodles feel chewy and slick and are well blended with the flavor oil on the soup.  The moment you put them into your mouth, you will feel umami of chicken and dried seafood.  Roasted pork fillets are also tender.  It is delightful that you can eat a flavored egg without an additional order.

The picture above is shio-soba (salt buckwheat).  The slightly salty soup including plenty of Japanese littleneck and oysters is boiled for long.  Once you eat it, you will feel like eating it again.

Some people feel unsatisfied with plain ramen because it is bland, but if you eat the ramen the shop serves, you will change your idea.  It is a bowl that makes you feel how profound ramen is. (Translated by Daisuke Miyatori)

*Tabelog: the best word-of-mouth restaurant review site in Japan


Data

  • Menu
    Chuka Soba : medium ¥700, large ¥800
    Shio Soba (salt buckwheat) : medium ¥700, large ¥800
    Ae Soba (soupless noodle) : medium ¥750, large ¥850 … and more
  • Address
    1-1-4, Honmachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka
  • Nearest Station
    Sakaisuji-Honmachi (Osaka Municipal Subway Sakaisuji Line and Chuo Line)
  • Opening Hours
    11:00am to 14:30pm(Mon – Fri)
    18:00pm to 21:00pm(Mon – Fri)
    11:30 to 15:00(Sat)
    *Closed on Sunday and Japanese National Holiday.
  • Map
    大阪府大阪市中央区本町1-1-4


Comments

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tomo.

tomo.

I live in Kyoto. I hope to let you know about Japanese ramen. So, I intend to introduce the delicious ramen shops to you.

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