I am mildly obsessed with airline meals - aka space food. Economy meals are not usually much to think about but this breakfast...
Had a delicious bowl of ramen at Totto ramen. The spicy paitan ramen included pork belly, sprouts, egg, scallion and nori with a spicy chili oil brought on the side.
Ventured to Kwang Jang market thinking I would just cruise through to browse but the sight and smell of all the food grabbed me.
Very nice spicy pork kimbap and spicy cold noodles in the basement level at the Shinsegae department store.
The South Korean take on street food (including snacks adopted from America) is playful and always packed with a lot flavor.
Might have been the best meal on my trip to Seoul.
Seoul, South Korea
"Last place to enjoy good sushi and good sake before you leave". While I didn't sample the sake I can say the sushi was great.
For lunch a bowl of Afuri's Yuzu Ramen made with a tanrei broth. Light and refreshing.
Lucky to have an Ippudo back at home but had to make a visit to one in Tokyo. Just off the Ebisu station I stopped in and had a bowl.
Paid my money at the vending machine, brought my ticket inside, found a stool at the bar and enjoyed a bowl of ramen.
Kuro (Black) burger at Burger King with black bun, black cheese, black sauce
In Kabukicho on my way to Robot Restaurant I stopped off for a beer and a takoyaki snack at Gindaco.
You can find this bowl of cooled noodles in the lower level of Tokyo Station on what is called "Tokyo Ramen Street".
Sushi Dai is located in the Tsukiji Fish Market. It is very popular with locals and tourists even early in the day.