Visited one of my favourite ramens in Tokyo again for this week's ramen fix.
AFURI has 2 outlets in Tokyo, one in Ebisu and another in Harajuku. I visited the one in Harajuku, which is about 3-4 minutes walk from the JR Harajuku station. There was a short queue outside, and I waited for about 10 mins before managing to get in.
|Clean and simple shop|
The shop only has counter seats, so I can see my char siew grilling right in front of me. Smells good!
Afuri's standard is its Yuzu Shio Ramen, but I ordered the Yuzu Shoyu Ramen for a change. There are also 2 types of noodle to choose - the normal narrow noodles and a special "shinku hirauchi" noodles. The latter has more texture and is more chewy.
The presentation was mouth-watering. What I like about them is also that its a bowl that is simple yet flavoursome, unlike some others that while it is delicious their richness made you feel full halfway eating them.
Since harajuku is a often-visited tourist area, it will be easy to drop by too. Some ramen shops are really difficult to find!
Ramen Data - AFURI HarajukuAddress: 3-63-1 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, TokyoTypes: Yuzu shio noodle, shoyu shio noodle, tsuke-men