Every day we’ll give you one info on one of the best ramen shops out there! Well! Today we have a very famous restaurant that’s been on our ranking many times! Mutetsubou Osaka branch, serving thick broth tonkotsu ramen!
Soup base is pork bone!
There are three types of soup: tonkotsu (pork bone), shoyu (soy sauce), and W soup. W soup contains tonkotsu (pork bone) and soy sauce in 6:4 ratio. The top row is tonkotsu (pork bone), the second is soy sauce, and the third is W soup. From left to right: with chashu pork, chashu pork and half-boiled egg, half-boiled egg, and to the far right: no toppings. (I’m sure the lineup can change, so keep an eye out.)
After purchasing a meal ticket, chairs are also lined up inside the restaurant, so you will wait there a little longer until you are seated. While you are waiting, the restaurant will ask you about your ramen preferences. You can choose the firmness of the noodles, the thickness of the soup, and the amount of green onions according to your preference. When it is your turn, the waiter will show you to your seat.
Noodle Hardness = KATAME (Hard), Futsuu (Normal), Yawarakame (Soft)
Soup = Koime (Thivk), Futsuu (Normal), Assari (Light)
Negi (Green Onion) = Oome (A lot), Futsuu (Normal), Sukuname (less)
Red ginger, garlic soy sauce, hot and spicy konjac, and sesame seeds are available at the table, which can be used to change the flavor of the dish. There is also a pitcher of water, which is self-serve. Now all you have to do is wait for the ramen! (Paper aprons are also available, so ask the waiter if you need one.)
The soup is full of back fat and gritty. It is a rich pork bone soup, but not too thick. The noodles are firm, medium-thick, and wavy, as if eaten together with the soup. Then, enjoy the change of taste with the seasonings on the table. There is a small plate on the table, so you can taste it before adding it to your ramen.
Also, if you can eat a lot, it might be interesting to ask for Kaedama (noodle refill) and add more garlic soy sauce after the doubled ball arrives to make the soup more intense and varied. Kaedama (noodle refill) can be purchased by giving money on the spot even if you forgot to buy a meal ticket, and the trick is to order it just before finishing your first bowl of ramen.
無鉄砲 大阪店 （Muteppou Osaka Store)
【Address】 Ebisuhonmachi 1-5-21 Naniwa-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture
【How to access】 2 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line “Imamiyaebisu” Station and 2 minutes walk from Metro Midosuji Line / Yotsubashi Line “Daikokucho” Station
【Business Hour】 Tuesday – Sunday, 11:00-15:00 / 17:00-22:30 *Close when sold out
【Official Website】 http://www.muteppou.com/