February, unfriendly weather outside. A great desire to recall at least some tastes from travels, if not abroad, then at least at home. The choice fell on the famous ramen restaurant Takumi in Prague.
During our visit (before five o’clock in the evening), the restaurant was half-empty and it was possible to sit down without a reservation. The restaurant is not large, it is more of a bistro. The staff were at our table almost immediately.
For the appetizer, we chose gyoza dumplings, which were so great that we didn’t even manage to take a photo. They were gone right away. Six dumplings cost 108 CZK (about 4.30 EUR).
For the main course, I chose special ramen shoyu for just under 300 CZK (about 12 EUR). The food was good, but if I had tasted only this, I would have been disappointed considering the price. It seemed to me to be flat in taste, not distinctive, but some people might like it that way. The presentation of the food was very nice and the portion was huge.
Karaage tan tan ramen for 350 CZK (about 14 EUR), however, was excellent. Pleasantly spicy, the chicken pieces were tender and crispy. Again, nice serving and a huge portion. I would love to come back for this ramen.
Where do you go for a good ramen soup?
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