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I discovered Tonkotsu during a rainy cold winter day in Soho seeking refuge as I frankly ran around looking for restaurant spots on a popular Saturday evening with SA. We were both starving and started sniffing the wonderful broth aroma seeping out of the half open door of Tonkotsu.Inside, the diligent Japanese cook wrapped a black headscarf around his forehead, and he is surrounded by slowly pots boiling away, while steaming up the window looking out into the street. As I was told by the proud restaurant hostess, their famous ramen broth is made by simmering pork bones slowly for two days, the marrow from...
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I’ve raved about my love of ramen before, so it’s no surprise I’d be be on the look out for other ramen restaurants to sample. A favourite of mine is Tonkotsu on Dean Street. It’s a compact restaurant with limited seating and their ramen is deliciously good so queues are the norm. They make their ramen fresh on-site with their very own noodle making machine, which you can see through the shop window as you walk in. I’ve been a couple of times before. Their signature tonkotsu has a rich, deep, fatty broth and the noodles are silky with a good bite; exactly what you’d expect from freshly made noodles. So good!!...
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After visiting Bone Daddies again in March, I wanted to try a new ramen joint since they now seem to be everywhere in London. Tonkotsu is also based in Soho and a 3 minute walk from Bone Daddies. As tempting as it was to visit my favourite ramen haunt, we decided to stick to our original plan and try something different...
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Tonkotsu on Dean Street specialises in ramen noodles, the tonkotsu kind from which it derives its name. Tonkotsu ramen hails from Kyushu, the most south-western of all Japan’s main islands. Tonkotsu ramen is distinctive as it is made using a pork bone broth, typically cooked for about 16 hours which gives it a rich creamy flavour and is distinct to the miso and soy broth based varieties.
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