A bowl of wonderful deliciousness, a bombastic fantastic explosion of flavors, savory and sweet, slurpidy slurp, more slurping involved and at the end you get to enjoy a lovely broth, maybe mixed with rice; everybody has his/hers own habits.
Hey guys! How have you all been? This is the first time in two weeks that I have time to simply sit here and just blog. I'm two weeks into my second semester and things are going pretty good so far, still loving it of course! Literature, Art, Philosophy, Religion, Premodern Chinese and Modern Chinese History are my new courses; so far, so good. I'm especially curious of how the religion part will be. It has always amazed me how odd and weird Chinese religions are, especially the superstitions.
A lot of things happened to me this past few weeks and I have to say that the new year started pretty well, haha. I'm glad that I really had the chance to clear my mind and start this semester as a fresher and "more zen" version of myself.
The posts of the past few weeks were a bit less personal, because I had planned them beforehand. So sorry for my lack of personal input and I will assure you that my posts will be a bit more "interesting" :p Oh, I've missed this a lot! Anyway, back to the food...
Restaurant Raku is a small restaurant owned by Japanese people (no Chinese, hooray!). It's in a very tranquil neighborhood and the busstation is nearby, so using public transportation will be advised! Tip: be early if you want to eat lunch here! You can't make a reservation for lunchtime, only for dinner!
Their broth is light, not too oily and super flavorful; the noodles chewy; the condiments were okay. Their gyoza have a lot of veggies in them, so that's a plus!
Kimuchi Miso Ramen, Normal Miso Ramen and my Yasai Curry Miso Ramen
I would definitely recommend to have a ramen lunch at this place. A lunch set (with gyoza, pickles and a bowl of rice) is 12-16 euro. Pretty reasonably priced for a fresh selfmade bowl of goodness.
Thank you for reading this post and I'll see y'all soon!
Take care, Jessy