16 October 2012

Bento! #106: Age Wantan Shio Raamen

Sorry for the blurry photo!
Age = fried, as in kara-age (fried chicken). Wantan = wonton / Chinese-style dumplings / pot stickers / gyooza! Shio = salt. Raamen = "Chinese-style" ramen noodles. It's just 346 yen, but for more soup and noodles, I paid an additional 63 yen more making this 409 yen in total. I was also a little bit generous with the sprinkling of crushed chilis and black (or white?) pepper. This ramen had spinach, bean sprouts, and carrots as well.

Additionally, I noticed that most people here use disposable wooden chopsticks when eating ramen, instead of their usual plastic-y, reusable types. "For more friction," a friends says. It is better indeed.

I had the same dessert again as last night, and you can see a glimpse of it to the right of the photo. But can you guess what's missing in the photo? :D