First, you purchase a ticket at the ticket machine inside the store.
Insert your money, choose the ramen you want and press the button.
There’s no English menu, so we recommend deciding on what you want in advance.
What we would like you to pay attention to is, purchase your ticket as soon as you’ve entered the store.
Also, please make sure, especially when people are queuing, that you don’t cut in front of anyone to get your ticket.
We recommend adding the “Gyokai Dashi” soup stock to your Tsukemen soup once you’ve finished all your noodles.
Menya Takei do not leave the Gyokai Dashi on the tables, so once you have finished call out to the staff and say “Suupu o mo te kite kudasai” (スープを持ってきてください) and they’ll happily bring it over.
By adding the warm the dashi stock to your left over Tsukemen soup you’ll create a light soup that’s easy to drink.
Tentatively, you want to pour in about as much soup was originally in the bowl, and then from there adjust to your liking.
We recommend about three parts Tsukemen soup to one part dashi stock.
|Address||Eng: 59-2 Kawashima Rokunotsubocho, Nisikyo, Kyoto 615-8103, Kyoto Prefecture Jap: 京都府京都市西京区川島六ノ坪町50-2|
|Directions||1 Minute Walk from Hankyu Railway “Rakusaiguchi” Station|
|Open Hours||11:00 to 14:30 17:00 to 22:30 (L.O.22:00)|
|Credit cards||Cash Only|
|Good for||Solo, Romantic, With Friends, Families with Children|
The staff can speak basic English. Menya Takei Rakusaiguchi is located inside the shopping complex right outside the Rakusaiguchi station’s ticket gates.
|Lanuages spoken||Basic English|
|Number of seats||24 Seats （Counter Seats: 10, Table Seats: 14）|
|Private dining rooms||Unavailable|
|Non smoking / smoking||Non-smoking|