The Mercato Centrale in Rome opened at the Termini train station three years ago. It has become a landmark for thousands of travelers, who can choose from tens of stalls just a few minutes from their railway platforms. There are even a few ethnic cooking options. This is the case of the Bottega di Akira Yoshida, who has an entire counter dedicated to ramen (the popular Japanese dish of noodles in broth). The menu is small, actually it is tiny, with only 4 variations of ramen, all of which are homemade. By this we mean that the pasta was made by hand and the broth from a traditional recipe with a long cooking time. Assari Shoyu, which is the vegetarian version, comes with corn, soy sauce, and leak oil. The “Black” version has a stronger flavor and is made with pork broth and soy sauce. The remaining two are the White Shio ramen and the spicy “Red Spicy.” It is a hot soup, tasty but light, with noodles cooked to order. It is an enjoyable, fortifying single dish for 10 euros.
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