らーめん屋 鳳凛 春吉店
I love a good bowl in Fukuoka. Rich tonkotsu soup, thin, firm (katame) noodles, and just a touch of toppings. But I'm not afraid to admit that my palate is unaccustomed to this style. I've had some very good bowls before, and a lot of decent bowls. In the realm of decent, all these Hakata-style bowls are a blur.
Horin is strictly decent. I had a busy day of work the next morning, and this was the closest shop with a high rating near the hotel. I wanted to visit the famed yatai of the area, portable food carts serving ramen and drinks, but those are more of a late night thing.
Horin was just what I needed before bed.
I know this review isn't of much use, but like I said, it's a sea of decentness.
I would love some recommendations for shops in Fukuoka. I'm usually a bit busy with work when I am in town, but can make the trek for an exceptional bowl.
Official site here.
Fukuoka-ken, Fukuoka-shin, Chuo-ku, Haruyoshi 3-21-15
Closest station: Tenjin
Weekends until 6:00am