The signature item here is their tsukemen. The broth is made of tonkatsu and fish powder and is very thick. It reminds me of a thicker version of the mohinga - the Burmese national dish - both of which is fish broth based. As it was my first time visit, I like to order the "normal" version. The menu even has a illustrated guide as to how you should enjoy this noodle!
The wait is pretty short. Perfect for a quick lunch / dinner. Solo diner welcomed :) To me, I like it more than ramen (probably because I like udon type noodles better). However, the broth is really salty so I did find myself drinking a lot of water.
I got an gyoza on the side, just because... (I am a dumpling monster or rather, a vinegar lover...)
Would I say this noodle is so extra-ordinary that it is a must try? Probably not. I could never understand the ramen craze... but I still queue 90 minutes occasionally for a bowl of ramen... XD So who am I to judge?
Mita Seimen (Hankyu Branch) (三田製麵所 阪急台北店)
No. 8, Section 5, Zhongxiao E Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan
Tel: +86 02 2723 7390
Hours: (Sun to Thurs) 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM; (Fri / Sat) 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM