Dinner at 麺屋武蔵 二天

Dinner at 麺屋武蔵 二天

at Ikebukuro Menya Musashi Niten on 23 September 2021
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辛味つけ麺 / Karami Tsukemen / Menya Musashi Niten - Ikebukuro, Tokyo

Spicy double soup contains chicken carcasses, pork bones and gyokai (katsuobushi and niboshi). Noodles by Kanejin Shokuhin. Menya Musashi originally opened in Aoyama in 1996, moving to Shinjuku in 1998. Currently with 15 branches in Tokyo, all serving slightly different menus. This Ikebukuro Niten branch specializes in fried pork, chicken and beef karaage, made using a special fryer. First opened in Ikebukuro in 2002, moved to its current location in 2012.

辛味つけ麺 / Karami Tsukemen / Menya Musashi Niten - Ikebukuro, Tokyo

Spicy double soup contains chicken carcasses, pork bones and gyokai (katsuobushi and niboshi). Noodles by Kanejin Shokuhin. Menya Musashi originally opened in Aoyama in 1996, moving to Shinjuku in 1998. Currently with 15 branches in Tokyo, all serving slightly different menus. This Ikebukuro Niten branch specializes in fried pork, chicken and beef karaage, made using a special fryer. First opened in Ikebukuro in 2002, moved to its current location in 2012.