I love ramen places that have combos. I really just can’t stand eating just a huge bowl of ramen. I am the type of person that just wants a little bit of everything.
One thing I noticed about their menu was how it changed. It used to be much bigger and straightforward. This time, the menu was a bit flimsy and slightly confusing.
KoreanGirl, VeggieGirl and I came back from a long meeting and really wanted to eat! Since we wanted ramen, the closest place to get some was at Sanpachi.
KoreanGirl got the Mini Cha-syu combo with Spicy Ramen ($11.95). She really liked it for the price. She was even pretty full and had to pack the rice.
She’s been to the other ramen place – Santouka Ramen and she felt that the broth at Santouka Ramen was better for the spicy broth. For Sanpachi Ramen, the broth was decent and she didn’t have to pay way more.
I ordered the Mini Cha-syu combo with tonkatsu ramen ($11.95). I really really like their tonkatasu ramen. The broths is quite rich, so not everyone like it.
I enjoy having the mini cha-syu rice because it breaks up the taste from the ramen.
Since VeggieGirl is a vegetarian, the only option for her was the Sai Sai Ramen ($9.95). She really wanted a miso ramen without meat, but they could not make it for some reason. It’s really just taking out the meat…so she was confused.
The Sai Sai ramen is made of vegetable soup stock with bamboo shoots, seaweed, tomatoes, carrots, snow peas, corn, onions, bean sprouts and ramen noodles. The ramen was not bad at all; it is quite large so you will get full. One thing she did notice was that there were a lot of bean sprouts. A LOT!
Overall, we had a good time. Decently priced ramen that didn’t break our student budget.
Words of Wisdom:
- Decent ramen at decent price
- Around $10
- Combos are my favorite
We rate Sanpachi Ramen:
They are located at:
770 Bute Street