So, I have been living in Perth for what? 12 years now and everytime I come to visit Fremantle, I have always said to myself, I’m going to try out that ramen place at the Fremantle markets. The problem is that everytime I go there, there is always this huge line and there are very limited amount of seating available. The place is literally a stall with a couple of chairs and a line of hungry customers. So I never ended up eating there, until today. Oh, incase anyone is wondering, ramen is a Japanese noodle dish that consists of noodles with meat and broth. This soup noodle dish is probably one of the best Japanese dishes out there. Try it out.
I was seated outside the stall on their big table and ordered Miso charsiu ramen that costed me $9, which is a very good price in Perth standard. It was worth the years of waiting. The charsiu was tender and the soup tasted just right, not too salty and not too flavorless. However, I still have to say that the ramen at the Nao in Perth city is still my favourite. Eating at Dosukoi reminded me so much of the time I visited a small ramen shop in Kyoto, Japan. With friendly people serving you and just that atmosphere of eating in such a small space. Dosukoi has an authentic feel that makes eating there that much better.
If you are ever around Fremantle and feeling like some quality ramen, Dosukoi is the place to go. Located inside the Fremantle markets, it shouldn’t be hard to find. It is usually busy on lunchtime and today, I came at 5pm and there is still a small line formed, but short enough for me to patiently wait.