Monday, March 4, 2013

季織亭 (Kioritei in Kyodo)

季織亭

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While most tsukemen places in Tokyo go with a thick tonkotsu gyokai soup, Kioritei matches their thick noodles with a strong shoyu soup. A nice change from the norm.

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The shop boasts an above average egg. You'll pay a premium, but these chickens are fed a diet of healthy microbes derived from mushrooms along with their standard feed.

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Kind of lumpy.

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Kind of delicious.

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I've been away from America long enough to have forgotten the state of eggs there.

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Official site here


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東京都世田谷区経堂2-5-14
Tokyo, Setagaya-ku, Kyodo 2-5-14
Closest station: Kyodo

Open 12:00-14:00, 18:00-23:00
Closed Wednesdays and some Tuesdays

2 comments:

Gerry M said...

Can I recommend 'Harashou (はら匠)' while you are in the area? It's got my personal favorite tonkotsu ramen and would like to see how it compares according to a Ramen Guru :)

Brian said...

Thanks Gerry, I put it on my list.