As a snack, we also ordered Ryoji’s signature “Nanban” fried chicken. Nanban refers to the vinegar sauce that is used to marinate the fried chicken prior to frying. The result is a sweet-sour-salty combination with a slightly spicy dressing.
Saba “Bou” Sushi and Tempura Ebi Mayo (Tiger Shrimp Tempura) were really good!
But I found out the Ramen here was...