Turandot Garyu-kyo, a Chinese restaurant in Akasaka, is run by Chef Wakiya, a Chinese iron man.
This is a Chinese restaurant, but it refrains from doing business because of the recent commotion. Open only for lunch, the menu consists of two types of ramen and tantanmen!
This will be served in the outside sales zone, where we used to serve lunches.
Seating is OK on the bench outside or inside the restaurant.
If you want to eat outside the store, you can pick it up here and on the bench outside.
There are two menus. I wonder if the side dishes such as chashu and menma come out on the plate. If it’s a topping, it’s pretty expensive! Rice 300 yen is also quite expensive.
This time, the restaurant was also empty, so we decided to eat in the restaurant.
After you order, you will be given a food ticket, and you will be called by a number from the counter to get it.
The water was somewhat stylish.
After a while, your food ticket number is called and you go to get it.
It’s bright red. It looks more like Katsuura Tantanmen than Tantanmen.
A sip of the soup is very spicy. It has a spicy taste that makes you want to gag, but it’s not so bad once you get used to it. The aroma of spices is very good.
The noodles are very thin and they are very tight.
The soup is quite firm and very tasty, though there are few ingredients left. Pungent at first, isn’t it? I thought that I was going to be the one to eat, but as I ate the soup, I felt that I was going to be hooked.
This restaurant is now only open for ramen for lunch. There used to be a lunch bento shop that sold very reasonable prices for lunch, but the price gradually went up and I didn’t use it anymore. It’s times like these that I’d like to see a resurgence in the quality of early bento.