I-S headed down to Ramen Keisuke Tori King by celeb chef and Tokyo Ramen King 2011 Keisuke Takeda for a steaming bowl of chicken-based ramen.
“Unlike most other ramen establishments, the broth here is not pork- but tori- (chicken) based using ingredients like chicken bones, chicken feet, Japanese seaweed and different vegetables boiled for at least eight hours. The menu is compact with only three flavors to choose from: original (from $11.90), black spicy (from $12.90), with a hit of black pepper, and green spicy (from $12.90), which has a dollop of wasabi sauce. Each is served with a chicken thigh that’s first boiled, then grilled. You tick your order off a simple menu, where you can specify how firm you want your noodles and the intensity of the soup. There’s a free flow of hard-boiled eggs and bean sprouts too.”
To read more about what I-S thought, see the full Open Door on Ramen Keisuke Tori King.