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Yakisoba with everyone's favorite bean paste [Stir-fried noodles/Gyoza Niroku]

July 17, 2020 open

[This restaurant specializing in stir-fried noodles and gyoza (Chinese dumplings) was opened by the owner of Okonomiyaki Teppan Niroku. The contrast between the cool, clean space with its abundant use of iron and stainless steel, and the hot iron plate and passionate staff is interesting. After a plate of gyoza (500 yen for 5 pieces), with the sweetness of meat and vegetables coming out of the crispy, thin skin, you may want to order their original stir-fried noodles with red bean paste for 1,000 yen (1,040 yen at night). The homemade chewy flat noodles, made in a noodle-making machine next to the entrance, are made with medium-strength flour and are an excellent match for the bean paste. Three kinds of raayu (Chinese red chili oil) made from garlic, octagonal horns, and green onions add depth to the flavor, and the soup bean paste keeps you going until the very end. It invites bean paste lovers to a new world.

Fried Noodles and Gyoza (Chinese dumplings) Niroku

  • Chinese noodles and gyoza (gyoza) Niroku
  • July 17, 2020 open
  • 227-1 Tamauetamachi, Shinmachi Higashi-iru, Marutamachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
  • Tel. 050-1096-0083
  • 11:30~14:30(LO)
    18:00-22:00 (LO)
  • Closed on Tuesdays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/niroku_26chowmein/?hl=ja
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