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T's Tantan

Marunouchi 1-9-1 Keiyo Street, Chiyoda, Tokyo, 100-6701, Japan
7 Reviews • 6 Photos • 5 Check-Ins • 6 Halal Tips
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Japanese, Ramen




Marunouchi 1-9-1 Keiyo Street, Chiyoda, Tokyo, 100-6701, Japan

Business Hours

12:NaN am - 10:30 pm
12:NaN am - 10:30 pm
12:NaN am - 10:30 pm
12:NaN am - 10:30 pm
12:NaN am - 10:30 pm
12:NaN am - 10:30 pm
12:NaN am - 10:30 pm
Halal Tips (6)
    3 people say vegetarian meal is available.
    3 people say alcohols are served.
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Serves Alcohol
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Yes (VISA,Mastercard,JCB,Amex)
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Reviews (7)
A great place with affordable price. Tried their spicy, sesame seed and miso noodles and the best one is miso for me. The others served with thick soup and makes you sick easily. The hotness from the spicy one kinda helps though. Their portion are kind of enormous to me, always feels hella full after eating the noodles. Oh and last one, I tried their pre package curry and it was okay. A little too sweet for my taste but still acceptable.
All vegan meal. Finding this place is quite complicated especially during peak hour.
I was looking for a place to grab a bite around Tokyo-eki and found this place. I don't have a lot of experience with vegetarian food so I didn't know what to expect. To my pleasant surprise, it was really good! I enjoyed a Tonkotsu Ramen (yes, the pork broth ramen. They made the broth using vegetables only) and a Mini Curry don. I'm not sure if it reflects the real thing but it was delicious. Price is okay as it is Tokyo. I recommend it, especially those living in Kyushu as I know you guys must have been told that Tonkotsu is good.
I thank them for opening this vegetarian restaurant at Tokyo Station ーthe central mobility of the city, so it's very convenient for Muslim and vegetarian travelers who want to enjoy Japanese dishes while sticking to their dietary habits. I saw many foreign faces when I was there. Their specialty is ramen, and they serve also some other 'fake meat'-based menus like gyoza and karaage that are all actually made from soybeans. To me, the karaage tastes like "tempeh", and it's oishii! The price is quite good. I got "黒胡麻たんたん" or black sesame flavored ramen, extra topping, 3 pcs gyoza, and soybean karaage for 1750¥ in total.