I went to Rairai-Tei.Posted date：2023-04-24
Author：くらま天狗(Kurama Tengu) Transrator：ポンタ(Ponta)
I went to Rairai-tei in Ichijo-ji on April 9.
It is long-time-no-see Ramen for me as the corona pandemic has become settled down.
As I disliked to wait in line, I went there around one o’clock that day.
As I was alone, I could enter immediately.
As the kottori ramen that I had last time was impressive, I ordered the one this time too.
In addition, it is a big-size ramen without getting down. (sweat)
With the recent rush to raise prices, Rairai-tei had also increased its prices.
A large bowl of kottori ramen costs 1,010yen. When I deduct the PayPay cash back, it’s just about 1,000 yen. It’s gotten to the point where a large bowl of ramen now costs 1,000 yen (cries).
Now that I’ve settled down and looked at the menu, the ramen-ordinary (770 yen) plus 250 yen set dumpling set meal seems like a good deal.
It was brought out rather quickly.
Kottori Ramen Large, it’s huge!
This time, the ramen was tasty with the chashu pork being also well-packed.
Thin, straight noodles in a thick, fatty soup.
Like Hakata ramen, but thicker.
It’s a supreme moment. I cannot stop ramen-doraku.
Surprisingly, there seems to be no garlic in this ramen.
Neither on the table.
Tenkaippin’s ramen large is said to be 1.5 balls of noodles, while Rarai-tei’s ramen large seems to be 2 balls of noodles. There are so much (laughs). I started to get sick of eating along the way.
There is no place to park bikes and bicycles along the Ichijoji Ramen Kaido, so I appreciate the presence of ramen shops with parking lots and bicycle parking, such as Rairai-tei here.
Tenka Ippin is unique and of course delicious, but I think that Rairai-tei is also a very good ramen shop in a very good category. I’ll come again. (Good)
Born and raised in Kyoto.
I like B-class gourmet food, and my favorite is Tenkaippin Ramen. (^o^)
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