Nonstop Queue for Ramen in Taipei
The world's best Ramen from Japan by the Forbes in 2016
Soy ramen – Image Credit Lusheeta
Fans of ramen noodles in the world have become a kind of lifestyle in the present, as it is known there is a kind of best ramen noodle that is becoming very popular for culinary lovers.
Now you will find out how the madness of the current ramen fans, quoting the sites CNN Indonesia, June 30, they are even willing to line up for 10 consecutive days outside the restaurant just to taste the ramen.
This has happened since the most popular Japanese ramen gained recognition from Forbes in 2016, as reviewed by EJ Insight, they are willing to accept the consequences of tasting the best ramen from Fukuoka, Japan and of course special prices.
You already know from the news, a new branch of Ichiran ramen resto has opened in Taipei to make culinary fans in that country excited.
They feel eligible with the presence of the latest branch like this, even make them have to queue up to 10 days in a row outside the restaurant.
The interesting reviews on sites Mashable illustrate how fans of at least 200 people queue up, waiting at least 40 minutes to an hour.
They have been there since morning, and thought they could help them not to queue for too long, in fact, they still had to wait in line.
One of the residents who queued said, "#ImReallyAngry I think waking up at 5:30 (local time) there will be no queue, but what's going on here?"
Tonkotsu ramen – Image Credit Schellack
According to records later showed that the queue at Ichiran Taipei outlets for 10 days, even beat the previous Ichiran restaurant queue record, which reached eight days when opening its new outlet in Hong Kong some time ago.
No one doubts the quality and taste of Ichiran ramen, you can try their main menu, tonkotsu ramen (pork broth).
If you've ever been to one of their booths, then immediately know the uniqueness they have, the unique seating arrangement with extra barriers, especially for those who want to eat alone.
Perhaps you've also been to Tokyo and visited one of Ichiran's outlets, there is an automated booking engine, then the prospective buyer gives the ticket to the waiter before they can eat it.
Source: C Andhika Setyanti - CNN Indonesia, EJ Insight, Mashable