Although the name of the restaurant is “Shinjuku,” it is a ramen restaurant in Kyoto. It is a little confusing. This ramen restaurant is famous for its salt ramen. The location is a 5-minute walk from Shijo Subway Station and Karasuma Station on the Hankyu Railway. It is conveniently located to the east of Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto.
Natural salt ramen (800 yen)
The soup is golden, clear, and very beautiful.
Although it is a salt ramen, the “salt” taste is not so strong, but rather a blend of many ingredients with a strong umami flavor and an indescribable aftertaste that leaves a lasting impression.
The noodles are thick and frizzy. They are sticky and intertwine well with the soup.
Chashu (Roasted Pork)
The chashu pork is soaked in sizzling pork fat and has a rich soy sauce flavor. The chashu pork served here is topped hot, which makes it even more delicious.
The pork flavor is then released from the chashu, changing the taste of the soup around the chashu, allowing you to enjoy a different flavor from the first sip.
This ramen seems to be light, but the dashi broth is so well seasoned that you can enjoy it to the very last drop.
新宿めんや風花 (Shinjuku Menya Fuh-ka)
【Address】 551 Sangen-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
【Business Hour】 11:30～13:50 18:00～21:00 L.O.
【Closed】 It is closed irregularly. (You can check us out on Twitter)
【Official Website】 http://www.fuh-ka.jp/
【Official Twitter】 https://twitter.com/sioramen_fuh_ka