Refined Ramen with Delicate Chicken Dashi
Located within 10 minutes' walk of the crossing at Shijokawaramachi in Kyoto' s vibrant downtown area, Inoichi specializes in elegantly flavored soups made with chicken dashi stock and seafood flavors. The interior has a relaxed atmosphere and the staff are very approachable. The street that the restaurant is located on has long been a hive for electrical products, with plenty of stores selling games, computers, and other electrical products open for perusal.
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1Must Eat !
Shinasoba（Shiro） / ¥700
Fragrant ramen made with chicken dashi stock and seafood flavors, including dried "shinachiku " bamboo shoots with a firm yet simultaneously soft texture. Topping it off is a soft-boiled egg with a faint, delicious sweetness.
2Must Eat !
Torisoba（Kuro） / ¥700
Ramen made with a base of rich soy sauce. Compared to the Shinasoba（Shiro）, the soy sauce’s flavor is much richer. Recommended for lovers of strongly flavored ramen.
3Let's Try !
Nomu Salad / ¥200
An extremely refreshing juice made with homemade vegetables including spinage, potherb mustard, lemons, and more.
How to Order & Eat
You can order from the menus placed on every table in the restaurant. Just choose the kind of ramen you’d like, followed by the type of soup: "Kuro" (richly-flavored soy sauce) or "Shiro" (light soy sauce.)
- Order Tips -
You can double up your portion of noodles for just an additional 200 yen. Men should find a double portion more than enough, while a regular size should be plenty for women.
|Address||1F, Ebisuterasu, 528, Ebisunocho, Shimogyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 600-8033|
|Directions||10-minute walk from Hankyu Kawaramachi Station.|
|Closed||Monday (Open on holidays, closed the day after)|
|Notes||Gets very busy between 12 and 2 pm, often with waits of between 10 and 20 minutes.|
|Credit cards||Not accepted|
|Good for||Solo, With Friends|
|Friendly for Overseas Visitors||
No English menu.
|Languages spoken||The staff will understand fine if you’re simply placing an order.|
|Number of seats||10 seats||Private dining rooms||Nothing|
|Non smoking / smoking||Non smoking|