Tuesday, May 15, 2018


We recently tried Indian.

They serve Shina soba, "shina" (she-nah) is the Japanese word for "China"/"Chinese".

The soup was not heavy and the noodles thin, it sort of reminded me of something I've had at Hawaii's Chinatown.

There were fried onions as well as fresh and the char siu was so tender.

I wouldn't mind trying the curry flavored version of this too.

Satoshi had his Shina soba with a half order of their European style curry, which he enjoyed.

They also have a mini curry rice, which is only a couple of bites, I want to try this too.

Not sure why the name of the shop is what it is, but we'll be back.

6-5-11 Ikegami
Ota, Tokyo
Phone: 03.5700.5237
Closed: Mondays
Hours: 11:30-21:00


Rowena said...

were the noodles kinda like saimin kind? looks delish!

jalna said...

I wanna sip on that broth!

KirkK said...

That is a strange name for the type of food they serve.

K and S said...

thinner and a little "harder" than saimin, Rowena

the broth was ono, super comforting Jalna!

lots of names of places are kinda strange Kirk :)

Take care everyone!