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Japanese Soba Noodles TsutaJapanese Soba Noodles(ジャパニーズ ソバ ヌードル) 蔦

Ramen

This restaurant is so popular, it has to issue numbered tickets early in the morning. Featured on television shows and in other media, Tsuta was the first ramen shop to be awarded a Michelin star. From truffle oil to dried tomatoes, Tsuta uses only the highest quality ingredients from around the world. Every item on the menu has been created and prepared with care and attention to detail, such as the shop's signature soy sauce soba. Tsuta refuses hold still and continues to research and refine the flavor of its dishes on a daily basis.

place

Tokyo Toshima-ku Sugamo 1-14-1

phone 0339431007
place

11:00-20:00

Review of Tsuta

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/12/02 Worth the wait
We went on a Saturday for a delicious ramen lunch. My husband got tickets right at opening (7 am) so we went back to wait at noon. I had miso broth and my husband had shoyu. Both were delicious. I...
Reviewed:2018/11/28 Worth a wait
I came on Wednesday without aware that the shop is close every wednesday. What a bummer! So o decide to come back again on Friday. And this time i got 1PM slot. I choose soyu soba, which cost...
Reviewed:2018/09/25 Unreliable opening times
Its not worth making the journey to Sugamo if their opening times are so unreliable.

I went there early in the morning to buy a ticket for later that day, having checked opening times on the...

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Address

Tokyo Toshima-ku Sugamo 1-14-1 [ map ]

Phone

0339431007

Hours
11:00-20:00
Closed
Wednesday

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