Last visited 17.01.17
First time having ramen in Macau.
Hanami Ramen at Wynn Palace has opened for a few months, I waited till now just because I don’t want to queue. The reason to visit is that the ramen here is designed by Yuki Onishi, the chef and owner of Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta in Tokyo which is also the only ramen shop to receive a Michelin star. In Tokyo there’s a ticket system (why I didn’t visit, it’s stressful) and now I can try it in Macau easily.
The 14-seats Hanami Ramen is just next to the Japanese restaurant Mizumi, the environment is elegant with comfortable seating in an open area, the drawback is that passerby will get curious and take a look at your ramen. I avoided the busy periods so I was lucky to have seat immediately, and I chose the MOP$158 Hanami signature shoyu ramen with pork wanton and soy marinated egg.
The soy sauce based broth is made with free range chicken and Japanese dashi, it gives an umami taste, it also has some chopped mushrooms to further enhance the flavour. The housemade noodles are firm and smooth, the pork and wontons are savoury, the marinated egg is a bit softer than others but I kind of like it.
Worth a try.
不是開玩笑，真的是第一次在澳門吃拉麵，沒什麼原因，就是平常不會想到拉麵。永利皇宮其實開了好幾個月，應該有不少人排隊嚐過花悅拉麵，一早就想試但等到現在全因不想排隊。想吃原因很簡單，這裡的拉麵是由大名鼎鼎唯一一家拉麵店拿下了米芝蓮一星的東京“Japanese Soba Noodles蔦”的店主大西祐貴先生所設計的。去東京都沒把蔦列入行程就是得悉需要一早排隊拿號碼牌，這已經讓我神經緊張了，所以在澳門可以吃到當然要光顧。
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