Sora No Iro: Healthy Vegan Ramen in Tokyo!
If you're health conscious but are craving ramen, you might hesitate a bit before chowing down all these calories. Sora No Iro's vegan ramen is exactly what you're looking for! It's healthy and damn good!
Sora No Iro has been in the Michelin Guide for 3 years in a row!
Kojimachi is a local area with a lot of businessmen and women who line-up for ramen at Sora No Iro for lunch. But, the rotation speed is quite fast, so you won't have to wait too long!
The first restaurant was in Kojimachi, but they are now implementing restaurants at Tokyo Station, Kyobashi, Asakusabashi and Nagoya.
The noodles, the soup and the toppings are all made with vegetables
The concept of this resto is a clean and inviting restaurant where people feel comfortable coming by themselves.
Sora No Iro's menu is roughly divided into 4 kinds of ramen: Veggie soba, vegan veggie soba, umami dashi soba and salt dashi soba. Within these choices, you can choose different sobas. Not all ramen types are vegan!
Guilt-free vegetarian ramen
When you think of ramen, you don't expect to receive such a colourful dish! The bowl has tons of different veggies as a topping.
The flat and wide noodles are chewy and are really fun to eat.
What's nice is that you can eat the noodles with the chopped cabbage, and it feels as though you're eating twice the portion of noodles so you'll feel quite full.
Also, for 150 yen more you can ask for gluten-free brown rice noodles.
The vegetables are super filling and delicious on their own.
As soon as you bite it, it melts in your mouth. It's so addictively delicious.
Midway, you should try the ramen with yuzu pepper, it adds a nice twist and is also very good!
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- Lili Wanderlust
- I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.