Returning to Gogyo, Tokyo
If those gyoza look like the tiny ones that Ippudo sells, I guess that's not really much of a surprise given their heritage (they also had Ippudo's Goma-Q here). Of course, we were really chasing our long sought-after kogashi ramen tonight. And the second time around, it became very clear that my preference was for the more polished shoyu version; the miso version was just a tad too coarse for me. I liked the shoyu one so much that I kept putting my head down to the broth later to whiff up that beautiful aroma. I wonder how the tsukemen here tastes - it looked pretty good from a distance.