Isn’t it beautiful? It’s the Tan Tan ramen from Ganko Ittetsu Ramen in Brookline. So, technically it’s not Boston but hey greater Boston area. Ganko Ittetsu serves Sapporo style ramen which is special because it’s made directly in the wok—giving it a deeper, richer flavor. They serve three different kinds of ramen, the Tan Tan which is a spicy sesame ramen, and a miso and a shoyu ramen. The noodles are really the star of the show, they’re chewy and fresh and unlike any other ramen noodle I’ve ever had.
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