Monday, June 10, 2013

勢得 (Seitoku in Setgagaya)



This spot is fairly out of the way, and their hours are for only lunch. Good luck making it here before they run out of soup. And if you do make it, congratulations. Totally worth it.

Your prize is some of the best tsukemen in town.


At a shop called sei-toku, you go for the toku-sei!


A bit sweeter than most tonkotsu-gyokai tsukemen, with plenty of meat in that soup.


Good to the last chunky drop. Power food for the group of cyclists who were there for lunch alongside me.


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東京都世田谷区桜丘3-24-4 山田ビル102
Tokyo, Setagaya-ku, Sakuragaoka 3-24-4
Closest station: Chitosefunabashi

Open 11:00-15:00
Closed Mondays


Anonymous said...

Against Rokurinsha, Fuunji or TETSU, how does this stack up?

Ramen Adventures said...

This is a must-hit if you have the time.