Food & Drink

The thickest pork ramen you'll ever eat

Tsujita Annex

Tucked secretly away in an alley, in a tiny, two-table-and-bar-only room across the street from the classic Japanese spot it shares a name with, Tsujita Annex's a noodle-catessen that's upped the ramen ante with super-thick starch tubes and a crazy-intense pork broth based on a ramen served at a cultishly popular chain in Japan

The soup's also stuffed w/ bean sprouts (ugh), a soft-boiled egg (mmm...), and tons of tenderloin-style pork (WOOOHOOO!!

If you want to mix it up, they've also got a tsukemen (dipping ramen) with cold noodles and a sweeter, equally porky sauce/broth..

... and white rice topped w/ your choice of more pork or sushi-style toppings, like salmon egg and this spicy tuna

They've also got different broth-busters, including garlic and a spicy powder, with a helpful recommendation that you add one spoonful for "good", two spoonfuls for "hot", and three spoonfuls for "awesome". So yeah, you should probably try and be awesome.

Tsujita Annex Ramen
Tsujita Annex Ramen
Tsujita Annex Ramen
Tsujita Annex Ramen