The day after Hurricane Irene, Ken and I walked around our neighborhood to see what restaurants were open. We found a couple and decided we wanted more comfort food so we walked into Terakawa Ramen for a quick bite to eat.
Ken ordered the terakawa ramen – pork bone based noodle soup & bamboo shoot, red ginger roast pork, boiled egg, scallion, kikurage:
I ordered the miso ramen – ramen soy bean based noodle soup & bamboo shoot, roast pork bean sprout, boiled egg, scallion, kikurage:
We also ordered the Tokyo fried chicken platter:
And an extra serving of noodles:
I preferred the ramen that came with my miso ramen over Ken’s ramen (his noodles weren’t curly!) but Ken’s broth was a lot better. Their pork serving was a little stingy (only ONE slice!) and it was too fatty to enjoy. The Tokyo fried chicken platter was really delicious but there was a lot more rice and salad than chicken (only six pieces!) We ordered the extra order of noodles because we were still hungry after finishing our noodles and the fried chicken and the extra serving was just the right amount of food that we needed.
The lunch special seems really good (coworkers have gone there for lunch but I never had the chance to make it over) and they have twitter specials all the time so I definitely plan on heading back! Be warned: it’s cash only!