Halal Certified Mazulu Beef Lanzhou Ramen in Tokyo, Near Jimbocho Station



What is Lanzhou Beef Noodle?

Lanzhou Beef Noodle of Lanzhou Lamian is a hand-pulled noodle originated from Lanzhou, China. Often confused with Japanese Ramen, even though it is quite similar, you could spot some differences. Lanzhou Lamian has a clear refreshing soup rich in spices and there are different types of noodles according to the way it pulled. The recipe originated from the Lanzhou, Gansu province in China, by the Muslim Chinese (Hui) people and passed on for generations. The halal Lanzhou beef noodle prepared only by using high-quality yellow cattle from the local halal butcher.

Mazulu Halal Beef Lanzhou Lamian

Mazulu Lanzhou Lamian is part of Chinese culture and loved by many locals. The first shop in the city of Lanzhou, located along the Silk Road, is dated back to 100 years ago. They certified by the Chinese government as a “China Time-honored Brand.” (Zhonghua Laozihao). The manager of Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle in Japan hooked by the Lamian he ate when he was in China and determined to bring the taste to Japan. The Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle 1st Japan store in Jimbocho received the highest “AAA” award from the global authority “Crescent Rating” of halal rating. Mazulu Halal Beef Lamian also received halal certification from Nippon Asia Halal Association (NAHA).


The Clear Refreshing Taste of Mazulu Beef Noodle

The Lanzhou Lamian soup made by simmered halal beef, beef bones, and 10 different spices over a long time to create its rich-refreshing-taste. The noodles were hand-pulled noodles, made by each order. Different numbers and techniques of stretching and twisting by the weight will produce different types/thicknesses of noodles for you to choose, they have 9 different types of noodles you can choose.

The pulled noodles then put in the boiling water for several minutes before it is drained and covered by the boiling fatty soups of beef and turnip. On top of the fragrant noodles and soup, there are several topping on top of the dish: freshly chopped coriander leaves, green onions, soft-boiled turnip, and beef. One serve of the noodle starts from 950 JPY and you can add more topping with an additional price. We love how the beef, spices, and coriander flavors complete each other.

The Jimbocho store is famous amongst Japanese, Chinese, also Tourists from all around the world.




Access: 4 minutes walk (350 meters) from Jimbocho Station
Official webpage: https://lanzhou-lamian.com/english


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