Monday, June 2, 2014

藤しろ Fujishiro: chicken race

Hearts and I walk around randomly these days since the weather has been so nice. But this won't last. Winter...I mean, Summer is Coming.

We decided to go to Fujishiro, a new shop that's become famous in the last year for a rich tori paitan ramen.

Fujishiro's tori paitan is made from daisen birds, a popular type of fowl raised in the Totorri region. Lots of vegetables are thrown into that pot and everything is mixed up and simmered for over 8 hours. It doesn't taste as cloying as it looks.

Noukou tori-paitan with egg (850yen)

The shop supplies a side of chopped ginger with lemon juice. HIGHLY recommended. We actually finished over half of the jar ourselves. Just an amazing topping that gives the heavy bowl a fresh accent.

To be honest, I'm not a huge fan of tori paitan because its so thick and it usually smells like rotten chicken corpse, but thanks to this topping, I enjoyed this bowl til the very end.

Smooth noodles, delicious chicken chashu, high quality soup, novel toppings. Fujishiro lives up to its new reputation.

Tokyo, Shinagawa-ku, Kami-Osaki 2-27-1
Closest stn: Meguro

Open from 11am-3pm and 6-10pm (closed Sundays)


1 comment:

  1. thx for info... keep writing and giving us an information... glhf for ur day!!!