I know it seems like all I eat is Japanese food from my posts and the pictures on my Instagram, but it’s not true. After saying that I probably shouldn’t do a post about ramen, but the pictures turned out so well I really had to share.
A couple of weeks ago when it was still chilly here in North Texas, the brother and I wanted something soupy for dinner. So we decided to go to Sapporo Ramen & Grill in Plano for hot bowls of deliciousness. I could eat noodles in broth every day. It is total comfort food for me.
I chose the Fried Pork Chop Ramen. As you can see in the picture you get a nice big pork chop on top of your bowl of noodles. This was so good. The pork chop was really yummy. The crispiness with the noodles and broth went really well together. You have to eat fast if you don’t want your pork chop to get soggy. I liked the way the breading sucked up the broth so I didn’t feel the need to hurry through my meal.
The brother ordered the Tonkatsu Ramen, which as you can see came with huge slices of chashu pork belly. This is the only place that I know of that’s really, really generous with their meat portions. For those of you who do not like pork belly or meat with lots of fat, you won’t like this bad boy. It’s too much of a good thing and I don’t even want to know what the calories on this is. Ignorance is bliss as they say.