Hello everyone. I’m @olivertomolife and I’ve studied abroad in Kaohsiung!
Have you ever heard of a ramen shop in Kaohsiung called Le Shan niang zhahuang La Mian?
This ramen shop serves miso ramen, a rarity in Kaohsiung.
It’s easily accessible from the City Council subway station, so we decided to give it a try!
How does the ramen taste?
I experienced a working holiday in Kaohsiung for one year from February 2020. Currently, I am writing a blog based on that experience.
By reading this post, you’ll get to know about the ramen shops in Kaohsiung!
The previous ramen shops I introduced are listed in the following articles.
What is Le Shan niang zhahuang La Mian?
There are four Ramen stores in Taiwan: two in Taipei, one in Taichung, and one in Kaohsiung.
Sapporo Ramen is the main menu item, and it seems to have a long history in Taiwan.
The only one in the south is in Kaohsiung, so if you are interested, why not try it?
Exterior of the store
Walking from the station, we saw a sign in Japanese!
It seems to recommend Sapporo Ramen.
It is noticeable at night, but may not be so noticeable during the day.
The atmosphere inside the restaurant
When I entered the store, a mother who could speak Japanese showed us to our seats.
I went in the evening when the restaurant was open, but there were already local customers coming in.
I felt like I was a regular customer.
There are a lot of seats, and I don’t think the restaurant will ever be full.
The menu was in Japanese!
I recommend the miso ramen!
There are also fish set menus and yakiniku set menus.
How to Order and Points to Note
You can order from the staff and pay later.
Only cash is accepted for payment.
Taste of the food
I ordered the recommended Miso Ramen!
The price was about $200 Taiwan dollars.
The ingredients included cabbage, bean sprouts, scallions, bamboo shoots, and pork chashu.
When I tried it, I found that it was thinner than Japanese miso ramen, but delicious.
The noodles were medium-thick and seemed to be the same as those used in ordinary ramen.
I think it is more of a taste for Taiwanese people.
If you want to try Japanese ramen, go there!
- Stores where you can eat miso ramen in Kaohsiung
- Convenient stores with good access
- Recommended if you live in Kaohsiung City
This is a summary of Leshan Musume Sapporo Ramen in Kaohsiung!
Please stay tuned for more information on Taiwan in the future.
Thank you for reading to the end!