My better half mentioned to me when we were in Chennai that Go Go Ramen seemed to be trending in the food circle grapewine. Well since it is a Japanese cuisine it clinched my decision. The place itself is quite small. It’s more of a deli kind of experience than a restaurant. If you are looking for a lounge kind of place for conversations, this is certainly not the place.
My review style has changed drastically what with my kid being in it 🙂 I went with my family and ordered their specialty which is Ramen. Ramen is basically a noodle soup with your choice of addditonal ingredients veg or non veg. We started with Barley and Oolong iced tea. I would have liked to say the taste of the tea was subte but in reality I didn’t really get any taste. Maybe a slight hint and the color which told me I was drinking tea. Barley tea on the other hand had a light color but a good flavor.
With food we started with steamed pork buns which was indeed very good. It had a tangy and sweet flavor which I kind of liked for a change.
The next order was the Go Go Ramen which is Pork soup with noodles. ah now this did justify being the name of the restaurant as well. It was exquisite. With some good chunks of pork and nori (japanese sea weed) and a good hit of their wasabi (horse radish sauce, to be ordered separately) it was just right on the palate
My parents ordered a spicy chicken ramen but it was no way close to its pork brethren. Stick to everything pork when you go there, it’s what they are good at. Their Ramens are priced around 500 + which I thought was a bit extravagent and could have been priced lower.