Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Gumshara Ramen, (Chinatown) Haymarket

Gumshara Ramen probably has the thickest Tonkotsu Ramen in Sydney.
In Japanese, "ton" means pork and "kotsu" means bone.
Gumshara's broth is incredibly thick, rich and full of amazing flavours. 
This broth is made by simmering fresh pork bones and water for hours and hours to release the flavour.
The richness of the soup comes from marrow of bones that contain huge amount of collagen 
which is essential in maintaining silky, smooth skin.
 Some people may find it too thick but I love it.

Pork Dumplings

Pickled Ginger, Pickled Garlic and Chilli Oil

Tonkotsu, Noodle Ramen Soup with Soft-Boiled Egg

Garlic Tonkotsu Ramen Noodle

You can always request for them to make your soup less thick.

Shoyu, Noodle Ramen Soup with Soft-Boiled Egg and Chilli Bomb

Gumshara Ramen
Eating World Harbour Plaza, 
Shop 211, 25-29 Dixon Street, 
Sydney, Australia 2000

Gumshara Ramen on Urbanspoon

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