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Monday, 30 November 2009

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Faye

So after i read this post the other day, I went to Santouka right after work to try the Toroniku (w/ hot raman miso flavor i think). I've been there before but hadn't tried the Toroniku. Did you find this broth to be waaaayyyyy salty? I don't know. It was beyond salty for me. I brought the leftovers home and added hot water to the broth and that made it better. Do you think the hot(spicy) ramen broth was saltier than the others?

royaljester

Yeah, feel the same about Chopstix, Tajima, and Santouka. If you're ever in LA, do go to Daikokuniya. Nothing here in SD compares to it.

Kirk

Hi Natalie - Let me know how you like Santuoka a second time around!

Hi Faye - The Missus likes the miso ramen, but like I said in the post: "The Missus prefers the Miso Ramen, which I find too salty. I prefer the Shio Ramen." And in a previous post on Santouka:"I had a sip of The Missus's Miso Ramen, and it still strikes me a being too salty."

Hi RJ - Yes, Daikokuya has been pretty much the standard for me....it's sad that I haven't been in a while.

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