Updated: October 17, 2019
0 Bookmark

Have You Tried the Wagyu Ramen in Ginza Yet? 和牛ラーメン!

Ginza

If you're a ramen head, this is one bowl of luxurious ramen that you've got to add to your to-eat list. The umami-filled bowl is topped with juicy sous vide-cooked duck and chicken chashu, delicious menma, and a big slice of premium wagyu that slowly melts into the soup. Yum.

Feel free to follow favy!

Next Time You're in Ginza, Head to re:Dine For This Beauty of a Ramen

retina_re-DINE_Ginza_Ramen_2__2_
和牛ラーメン, ¥1,500
This is probably going to be one of the more expensive bowls of ramen you'll ever eat, but trust me, it's worth the ¥1,500! It's one of the most luxurious bowls of ramen found anywhere, served in a wide-rimmed bowl and filled with expensive ingredients including duck chashu, porcini oil, and of course, premium wagyu.
wagyu_ramen_wagyu
The thinly-cut slice of wagyu is put onto the ramen while still raw, but it begins to cook ever so slightly from the heat of the soup as it sits there, almost like shabu shabu. When you take a bite, it melts into your mouth, leaving a heavenly umami-filled beefy flavor on your tongue.
retina_re-DINE_Ginza_Ramen_3
The beef definitely steals the show, but the rest of the ramen is amazing in its own right. The beautiful golden soup is made with clams, a whole chicken, dried sardines, konbu, and porcini. The finishing touch is duck oil and porcini oil, which gives it its luxurious and deep taste. A small dish of oil is served with the ramen, and you can add as much as you please to give it an even deeper taste. The noodles are made by a famous local noodle maker and are the perfect thickness to complement the fairly light soup.
It's clear that everything was carefully thought out when creating this dish, and harmony of the flavors and various textures of the toppings is exquisite.

Access

retina_re-DINE_Ginza_Interior_2
Ginza's luxurious wagyu ramen can be found inside re:Dine Ginza, a fairly new chef co-working restaurant located right down the street from the new Muji Ginza store. It's on the 9th floor of the Namikikan building, so it can be a bit tricky to spot from the outside, but is worth searching for!

Next time you're out in Ginza doing some shopping, stop by to try it out!
DeLong
I live in west Tokyo and spend most of my time thinking about food or going bouldering.

Trending Posts

1

What is Narutomaki? (The White and Pink Thing on Ramen)

2

Ramen Types Explained (Shio, Tonkotsu, Shoyu, Tsukemen and More!)

3

Super Fluffy Japanese Souffle Pancake Recipe!

4

What is Dango? Everything You Want to Know + Recipe!

Kyoto
5

Saba: One of the Healthiest Fish You Can Eat

Tokyo
More Trending Posts

Recommended For You!

1

Giant Pork Bowls At Buta Daigaku in Shinjuku!

Foods hunter
2

Must-Try Gourmet Burger By a 24 Year-Old Chef: 'Farms' [Harajuku]

favy
3

Coconut Glen's Coconut Ice Cream is a Must-Try in Omotesando!

favy
4

You will see sake differently once you visit GASHUE in Ueno

favy
5

Kurage: Delightful Seafood Izakaya In Shinjuku's Kabukicho

favy

Featured Posts

Michelin Star Restaurants In Tokyo & All Of Japan | Guide | Reservation

Halal Restaurants In Japan!

Things to do in Japan in all regions!

More Features

Events

Vintage Sake Renaissance 2019

Apr 21, Sun ~

Trending Tags