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.
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!
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’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↓