Great find on a small side street. Lined up for about 10 minutes then ordered at the vending machine inside by the door. Seated fairly quickly and enjoyed a hot fresh bowl of Yuzu shio (most popular). Very reasonable. Very yummy!
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The place is small but quite easy to find once you get off the train station. Their ramen is really one of a kind and a must try for tourists!
A short queue of locals indicated that it was going to be a good choice for Ramen in Ebisu. The yuzu ramen is their specialty, and it tasted really fresh and would recommend if you like citrus flavours. Also tried the dried fish flakes and...More
It was a popular shop where you can have a queue at midnight, and I was lucky to have lined up for about 20 minutes.The soup was as smooth as it was delicious and I completely drank it.
Stopped here for lunch and had our favorite ramen of our trip in Tokyo. Same as many ramen restaurants, we used the vending machine to order. Definitely try their sweet / sour ramen - soooooooo good!
Several friends who used to live in Tokyo recommended Afuri (the Ebisu location specifically). Delicious spicy ramen with thin noodles. Broth has a citrus tang to it that I really enjoyed. Counter service only so probably seats about 15 people max. This would be my...More
I know calling this the best Ramen in Japan is a bold statement and I may be biased as this was the first bowl of Ramen I had during my trip to Japan, but man was it my favorite. While other Ramen across Japan came...More
I ate at this restaurant April 2017. Both service and food were great. We had the yuzu ramen which is lighter and more acidic compared to the more common types of broth. I can imagine that not all guests will enjoy the taste of the...More
Saw this small restaurant with lots of people queuing so we decided to try as well! was lunch time so we waiting around 40mins. Their Signature is the Yuzu Shio Ramen, but I had their Tsukemen instead as I was craving for it. The soup...More