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Ramen request 2015/2/11 03:34
Hi all,

I'm planning a trip to Japan this year (it will be my third time). I enjoy Ramen noodle in Japan. But I would enjoy it even more if the flavor is a bit less salty. Would it be offensive if I ask the chef to make my Ramen soup less salty?
by DavidWeb (guest)  

Re: Ramen request 2015/2/11 08:28
Certain ramen places let you customize your own ramen. You can choose the "strength" of your soup.
by Murakami Seirin rate this post as useful

Re: Ramen request 2015/2/11 08:55
You can ask to dilute the soup. I think majority of Ramen chef accept your request friendly(but some are not so happy).
Ask at the Ramen restaurant that;
"Soup wo sukoshi usumete kudasai"
(Please dilute the soup a bit)
They will add more stock soup then.

You can also order if you want to eat a bit harder noodle or softer noodle.
"Men wa katame de onegaishimasu"
(Please cook noodle a bit harder)
"Men wa yawarakame de onegaishimasu"
(Please cook noodle a bit softer)
by tokyo friend 48 rate this post as useful

Re: Ramen request 2015/2/11 12:18
Thank you so much Tokyo Friend! I will try the request this time when I visit another Ramen place.
by DavidWeb (guest) rate this post as useful

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