吟 (Gin) in Sendai
Tantanmen with white sesame sauce (800 yen)🍴You can select either mild or very spicy….
Tantanmen (Dandan noodles) had a flavor of sesame.
It was served in mild, spicy and sweet broth with full of umami (savory taste) from dried shrimps and scallops.
This well-balanced umami created a perfect mild taste that gave me inner peace.
I went to the Gin to have Gyoza (dumplings) and Tantanmen (Dandan noodles).
Six pieces of small Gyoza (400 yen)Each Gyoza (dumpling) was stuffed with ground meat and vegetables.
It had a firm texture and was full of meat umami.
I recommend you to eat a dumpling straight at the first bite and then dipping it into a special sauce, mixed with vinegar, chili oil, and spicy broad bean paste, at the second bite.
Both tasted so good!
Gyoza fillingEach Gyoza was stuffed with ground meat and vegetables.
As a preparation, the water from the vegetables are drained as much as possible.
Therefore, you can enjoy a pure gravy flavor.
Rice (free in charge)I recommend you to have rice with a dumpling at the first and then with Tantanmen broth, sprinkled over it at the second, and lastly put rice into the broth like a Zousui (watery rice) and eat it up.
Gin offers a large portion of noodles and rice for free between 11am and 2pm on weekdays.I want to order a large portion of noodles next time.
Gin’s Tantanmen had originality that was different from standard Tantanmen.
I like Gin very much!
Its interior is based on black. That provides a calm atmosphere.
Female customers are often spotted at the restaurant.
Gin offers a wide range of noddle dishes, including Tantanmen with black sesame, salt ramen, and soy ramen.
You can enjoy different delicious noodles.
Address: 4-8-6 Tsutsujigaoka, Miyagino-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi↓