Wow 😲, that’s some amazing Ramen right there!!! Lovely grilled pork belly and a citrusy broth was my choice but everything looks amazing, definitely not your traditional option but I gotta say I absolutely love 💗 their twist!
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Delicious Yuzu Tokyo Ramen and in truly local establishment across from the Ebisu Yokocho.On a cold winters day there is nothing better than a perfect bowl of Ramen and if you are lucky enough to find yourself in Ebisu, this is a place you must...More
Holy Mother of God. This was the type of to-die-for Ramen that gets seems to get so much hype in tv food shows. Counter seating only, and you select and buy your ramen from a machine at the front. Order extra portions of the roast...More
Read about the Yuzu Shio Ramen and was in the area because of the Cheese Festa. Came in the evening, no lines, but the place was packed. Yuzu Shio Ramen: A word I never would've thought I'd use to describe ramen: refreshing. Served with your...More
This is a brand across Tokyo and Is one of the few places that has vegan/vegetarian ramen. Their main dish with pork is a great introduction to Japanese ramen. One of the locations is in the Tokyo station (where we ate) and is a bit...More
We were waiting patiently in queue which moved reasonably well. Once we get to the door, we have to go to the vending machine to place our order and the staff was there to help us with it. Shio ramen was 880 yen. Yuzu shio...More
Very interesting Ramen , it is a Yuzu based ramen so it had a very unique flavor, different from the usual pork based ramen I've had. Very light! Their pork belly is also very good!! However, I probably would prefer a pork based ramen but...More
Reminded me of Tampopo - poke the pork gently to the bottom, and so as not to disappoint say “see you soon”. Delicious ramen with slight citrus taste if you pick one the house specialties. Look for yuzu in the name. We had to wait...More
We had both the shio yuzu and shoyu yuzu ramen for a late lunch. Bare bones counter, excellent broth. Refreshing with the yuzu.