After being to the other side of the world, I’m really into ramen now so my dad took me to a place called Roc-N-Ramen in New Rochelle. When you walk into a Japanese restaurant you usually see a lot of cultural stuff. Not in this restaurant. In this restaurant, it was just like an empty room, but with a lot of people in it. Man, that place is busy! There were a few tables, but my dad I wanted to sit at the bar. A few minutes later, the waiter came by to take our order. I ordered a Shoyu ramen and my dad got a Tonkotsu ramen, which has a pork bone broth. Here's the deal for the pork broth one. They take pork bones put them in broth and cook it all night. About 5 minutes later, our food came. The pork in it was char-grilled and they cooked the egg so it was nice and runny. It was the best ramen I’ve ever had. When you bit into the pork it wasn’t as fatty as it would be in different places, and when you put the egg in your mouth it just melts. The noodles in the soup are thinner than spaghetti, but they stick together and they are heavy. The noodles here were really good , but it had the same traits as the rest of the normal ramen noodles. When I finished the soup a few minutes later I wanted more of that soup because it was so good. So I totally recommend you go there. It is so good and it’s a great place to go to warm you up in the winter.
My name is Jordan. I am a 12th grader and I love food!