REVEW: Tokyo’s ramen fans say Michelin star has been long overdue


#AceFoodReport – Dec.03: Could Tsuta, a side-street noodle bar among thousands of others, really have impressed the restaurant bible that much? The Guardian went to investigate …

At ¥1,100 (just over £6), a simple bowl of ramen noodles must rank as the cheapest Michelin-starred meal in the world. And on a cold, drizzly morning , the restaurant that serves them was surely the most popular restaurant in Tokyo – a city teeming with places to eat.

Tsuta, a tiny ramen shop tucked down a side street in Sugamo, in Tokyo’s northern suburbs, opened for the first time on Thursday since becoming the only ramen shop in the world to be awarded a Michelin star. I arrived 90 minutes before it opened and found myself 18th in line for one of its coveted nine seats.

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