Updated： November 06, 2018
To Enjoy The Local Chinese Taste Of Spicy Noodles In Tokyo, Go To Yurinbo!
Do you want to eat real Chinese food in Japan? There are many Chinese restaurants in Tokyo, but many are fusion restaurants. If you want to enjoy the real local taste of spicy Chinese noodles, Yurinbo is the place to go!
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Yurinbo is located 2 minutes away from Kudanshita station, which can be accessed by taking the Tozai line, Hanzomon line, or the Shinjuku subway line. They specialize in serving Spicy Chinese Noodles, and the chef has put extra effort in making the local Chinese taste to the noodles.
The Spicy Chinese Noodles
The chef uses toppings like pepper and chili oil from China to create the real Chinese taste to the noodles. You can use the leftover sauce to pour on top of a bowl of rice to enjoy some spicy Chinese rice.
What Is So Special About The Noodles?
The noodles are made of wheat and whole wheat flour to create the chewy texture. These noodles match super well with the rich spicy sauce and every bite you take, you will feel the slight burn in your mouth. It is just so addicting! For some delicious Spicy Chinese Noodles, go to "Yurinbo!"
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