Friday, October 19, 2012

野郎 (Yaro in Akihabara)

野郎ラーメン

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I needed a switchable battery case that would allow me to wire three 1.5v batteries in series, a cheap soldering iron, and some flash memory. If eclectic electronic purchases are your task for the day, Akihabara is your destination.

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I'm not a fan of this style, but the in-your-face facade drew me in. And the help staff, all cute college-age girls, didn't hurt!

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If you aren't down with the intensity of Jiro-style ramen, go for the tsukemen. It is much easier to eat. Well, maybe not that much.

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Nothing to comment on really. The chashu was awful; leathery bits that I could barely chew. The noodles and soup were standard for this type. If golden pork liquid is what you are after, better to check out Musashi in Akihabara.

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野郎!

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Coming soon to Ramen Adventures . . .

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何やろう?

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東京都千代田区外神田3-2-11
Tokyo, Chioda-ku, Sotokanda 3-2-11
Closest station: Akihabara

Open 11:00-22:00

2 comments:

Kaol Suzuki said...

Hey man,come to 天空(Tenku) in Iwaki city:D Their ramens are toooooooo good.

ChardK1 said...

I went to the Yaro Ramen in Nakame for lunch and had their tsukenashi ramen...not bad and chashu was actually fine but generally flavor was unremarkable. Not bad but it tastes like what it is, a careful big corporation knockoff of Jiro−kei. Waitress was super cute though!