Ramen master and Tokyo native, Makoto Okazaki has over a decade of experience perfecting the Tongara broth, with is still proudly served at Men Tenten and nowhere else. Men Tenten is probably the most authentic Japanese restaurant in Tel Aviv, which boasts its reputation for using its own house-made soy sauce and ramen dough. The Men Tenten menu represents the traditional Japanese kitchen with sushi, izakaya and of course, ramen. There are 8 different types of ramen on the menu, including 2 vegan options and 2 cold ramens as well -a great option for summer. An authentic Japanese vibe and a surprisingly affordable menu make MenTenten a must-stop destination for any ramen lover.
Ramen soup, a Chinese original turned Japanese delicacy, has exploded in popularity in the last few years leaving no room for escape from the trendy city of Tel Aviv. Apparently there is something about digging through fresh noodles submerged in a warm bowl of soup that is incredibly satisfying. Maybe it's the just sake speaking, the unique chance to eat duck, or the feeling of experiencing Japanese street food from the comfort of Tel Aviv, but one thing is for certain: we can never get enough ramen.