So. So. Good. So good. Perfect lunch for a rainy day. It was not the cheapest ramen I’ve had in Tokyo, however the portion was generous and the flavors well developed.
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This is a little hole in the wall place but don't be put off by the exterior - the ramen is amazing!! We are from NYC and have had lots of ramen and went to several other ramen and udon places during our week-long trip...More
First thing first, the ramen IS delicious, don't get me wrong. Choose the recommended one, it tastes delicious indeed, but for the standard portion, 800 yen, I think the pork was missing somewhere :(. I frequent this place, another time I get the "standard", the...More
Exceptional ramen. Ordered their 'best choice' with pork and red peppers and could not get enough. Homemade miso base bathes and comforts your taste buds on the way to your stomach and in the process coaxes you to return again for another visit. Can't wait...More
I ate a lot of Ramen on my trip to Japan. This was a pretty good one. Fast, cheap and really good. The place is in a basement, and on the dingy side, but the food was good. Highly recommended.
We were walking around Tokyo and stumbled upon this late night ramen restaurant. It is below street level, and very small. It makes up for the size with their quality of food. Hands down the best ramen we have ever had! When near the Ginza,...More
I have had many bowls of Ramen in Japan and this place was a great find, especially in the main part of Ginza I did not expect such a perfect combination of Soup & Noodles. I will definitely be going back soon for a perfect...More
This is a tiny basement restaurant on the main drag in Ginza. Superb ramen! Not so pricy as you would expect in Ginza, either. I would totally recommend this as an easy place to get introduced to ramen, because you order from a live person...More