Spicy Tonkotsu Ramen
Tonkotsu, which means “pig bone,” is made by long hour of boiling pork meat and bones together, thus creating a thick and milky broth with a meaty flavor.
The second highlight of the dish is the Chashu. It is braised pork in a soy sauce base. Pork belly chashu is often served by restaurants as it is a huge piece of rolled belly to cut into very thin slices for each serve.
Not to mention that a ramen egg(Soy marinated soft boiled egg) is also a must to complete a bowl filled of heartiness.