I know there are many kinds of noodles in the world. When someone asks me what my favorite is, I choose Japanese CHAMPON.
If you love eating ramen and haven’t yet heard of or tried CHAMPON, you should try it while traveling in Japan.
I will give you a summary about it and recommend a restaurant to you below.
Nagasaki Champon 長崎ちゃんぽん is a type of noodle food.
It looks like ramen and cooked by simmering together with the soup, the noodles and a variety of ingredients such as vegetables, seafood and meat. (Some of the other champon restaurants use fried ingredients before simmering with the soup.)
The noodles of champon are thicker than usual ramen noodles.
Generally, ramen noodles are boiled with hot water. After boiling the noodles, a chef puts them into soup, and puts some ingredients on the ramen. The ingredients of ramen are just toppings. Champon is a different cooking style.
Champon is known as a regional food of Nagasaki 長崎 Prefecture in Kyushu 九州 area, but nowadays it is popular in various locations.
They specializes in champon and has so many restaurants in Japan.
All vegetables and flour of the noodle / dumplings (gyoza) are from 100% Japanese domestic products at Ringerhut.
Nagasaki Champon 長崎ちゃんぽん
Regular 590 yen, Middle 570 yen, Small (called Snak スナック) 450 yen
There are several tastes of champon such as standard taste, miso taste, spicy taste, and seasonal special one.
The standard one called Nagasaki Champon. When you order Nagasaki Champon, you can choose the bowl size from regular, middle, and snack size (small size). Every size has a different price.
In my opinion, the standard taste one is the most recommended dish of Ringerhut.
This restaurant’s champon soup is similar to pork flavored ramen, and delicious!
There are some other restaurants that use salt soup instead of pork soup for their champon.
Tips of a Champon Restaurant RINGERHUT
If you particularly order regular size of Nagasaki Champon (590 yen), you can choose the quantity of noodles from ordinary (200g), 1.5 times (300g) and double (400g).
You can change the quantity of noodles for free! They are the same price!
Unfortunately, when you order the other smaller sizes of the bowls or other kinds of champon foods, the option to choose the quantity of noodles is not applicable.
This system is available when you order ONLY this menu Nagasaki Champon 長崎ちゃんぽん.
The quantity of noodles of Nagasaki Champon 長崎ちゃんぽん
(The quantity of vegetables / soup depends on the bowl size.)
|Regular, Double||400g||590 yen|
|Regular, 1.5 times||300g||590 yen|
|Snack (Small)||100g||450 yen|
When I order the double size, I′m always satisfied and full.
My favorite dishes of RINGERHUT
Dumplings and Stir Fried Rice
Putting Yuzu citron pepper (ゆずこしょう Yuzukoshou) on the dumplings is good taste.
* It is green paste in the picture above.
5 piece of dumplings 250 yen (ぎょうざ Gyoza)
Stir Fried Rice (regular size) 340 yen (チャーハン Cha-han)
Snack (Small size) Saraudon スナック皿うどん 450 yen
Nagasaki (Regular size) Saraudon 長崎皿うどん 620 yen
Saraudon is deep-fried noodles covered with vegetables and starchy sauce.
Eating crispy noodles with starchy sauce is good.
This picture is snack size (small size).
A lot of Wood Ear Mushrooms with Salt Soup Champon きくらげたっぷり塩ちゃんぽん Kikurage Tappri Shio Champon 710 yen
100% domestically produced wood ear mushrooms
To be honest, I prefer standard champon soup to this salt soup.
Starchy Soup Champon あんかけちゃんぽん
Ankake Champon あんかけちゃんぽん (500 yen)
It is champon with starchy soup. It is priced amazingly lower than the restaurant′s other noodle items.
The difference between this and the others is a lot more sprouts are used instead of other vegetables to save on the cost. Nevertheless, it is still rather tasty and I was satisfied after eating it.
This paste is Yuzu citron pepper (ゆずこしょう Yuzukoshou). Putting it in the soup is good taste.
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- No cover charge / No service fee
- Prices on this page are not included 8% tax.
- At Ringerhut restaurants, when you come there after 10:00pm, you need to pay 10% late-night charge. A late-night charge at Japanese fast food shops is not common though.
- The list prices are sometimes a little different at respective restaurants.
- English picture menu is available at the restaurant and on the website.
- They use the meal ticket system or the table order system.
Non-smoking(Many of them are non-smoking. It depends on the restaurant.)
There are more than 600 branches in Japan.