Ajisen Ramen, a Japanese ramen food chain located in all parts of the world. Whilst I was residing in Sydney, I do recall passing this chain in various parts of the city but never had the interest or urge to try it until now… in Adelaide. This factor is largely due to the fact that Adelaide does not have a huge variety of Japanese hot spots to eat at… shame. We need our very own Wagaya to please my distressed and wagaya deprived soul. =(
Ok, back onto AR. Their menu consists of approximately 25 variations of ramen, along with a handful of entrees and main courses and bento boxes. Prices are cheap, service not so great… but hey, one can’t expect much from a cheap eat noodle house.
Ramune – Japanese lemonade in a strange looking bottle aka Codd-neck bottle, $3.80
Takoyaki $6.50; seaweed salad $6.00
Nasu dengaku, grilled eggplant served in miso sauce, $6.50
Tori karaage, deep fried chicken with wafu salad served with mayo, $6.50
Volcano ramen, ramen served with chasyu and vegetables in spicy sauce, $11.00
The ramen was ok – didn’t like the noodles used, the broth wasn’t as thick as I was expecting and the spicy sauce… was spicy… but moreso towards the end than at the beginning of the meal. Can’t really say there were many vegetables in the ramen, unless bean sprouts and spring onions classify under vegetables? Do they?
23 Leigh St
P: (08) 8410 2088