Recommended restaurant in Shinjuku this time is Ramen: Gachi Ramen.
Ramen: Gachi Ramen｜Feature Reference
|Restaurant’s Name (Japanese)||二丁目つけめん GACHI|
|Business Hours||Monday to Saturday
11:00 AM ～ 11:00 PM
|Address||2-17-10 Shinjuku | 1F Kuroiwa Bldg., Shinjuku 160-0022, Tokyo|
|Access||Shinjuku Sanchome Station|
|Credit Card||Not Accepted|
The exterior has a simple concept yet neatly presented accents with the shop name on it.
The restaurant’s name can be seen outside of the shop and it’s readable to everyone so it is less hassle to find plus some of its food menu signage.
This place is just a few steps away from the station. Upon getting off at Shinjuku Sanchome Station, head straight to Exit C7 and you’ll get there within 3 minutes by walk.
Long queue happens here since this is a renowned ramen house! To avoid the hassle of lining up, it’s best if you can arrive earlier than the opening time of the shop.
“The Table Seating”
This ramen shop has a total of 21 seats and the dining area is moe spacious compared to other shops here in Shinjuku district..
The ambiance is just like any other ramen shop with an average loudness. You can choose your food from their ticket vending machine.
Most of their customers are (locals) “salarymen” working nearby and some foreign travelers.
“Tsukemen (Shio)Salt Deluxe”
This famous ramen shop is best known for its dipping noodle style or Tsukemen in Japan. The soup is made of flavorful broth with a blend of special oil that give gives a delectable and extraordinary flavor.
・Recommended when eating alone, with a friend, with a co-worker, and for dating.
・Unavailable for private use.
・Ticket vending machine is used to order.
・Cons: Narrow/Secluded space.
When in Tokyo, do Tokyo style ramen (tsukemen)! This style has springy, chewy noodles separately from very thick, stew-like broth and you dip them into the broth then eat. Super hearty, super filling, 💯 satisfying! Big noodle big life 👌 . . . . . #tsukemen #dippingnoodles #tokyoramen #shinjuku2chome #shinjukufood #hearty #bignoodle