On top of the tables are cards with the menu items written on them, and you order off of these cards. If you speak to the staff in English, they will accommodate you as best they can, but since there are no English language menus, things will go much more smoothly if you decide in advance what you would like to order.
At Aitsuno-Ramen Kataguruma, the noodle quantities for every ramen and tsukemen dish can be adjusted free of charge. When ordering ramen and tsukemen, the ordering methods for each vary a bit, so you should place your order with the staff in the following manner.
For ramen: 並(Medium)：Nami mori ni shitekudasai. 大(Large)：Oo mori ni shitekudasai.
For tsukemen: 小(Small)：Syo mori ni shitekudasai. 中(Medium)：Chu mori ni shitekudasai. 特大(Large)：Toku mori ni shitekudasai !!!
Of all these dishes, the Large tsukemen comes in an extremely large amount, so be careful. For most men, Medium will most likely be just the right amount.
|Address||Nishishichijo Nishihattandacho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, 600-8892|
|Directions||12-minute walk from JR Tanbaguchi Station.|
|Open Hours||Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday: 10:30am - 2pm Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 10:30am - 2pm, 6pm - 9pm|
|Notes||Always very crowded, so it’s likely that you’ll find yourself waiting between 30 minutes to an hour.|
|Good for||Solo, With Friends|
Service available in simplified English.
|Lanuages spoken||Basic English|
|Number of seats||16 seats|
|Private dining rooms||Nothing|
|Non smoking / smoking||Non smoking|