We had to queue down the tiny alley way beside the shop to get in. It is tiny inside and can only seat 10 people at most. The ramen was very good. Definite sardine flavour for them all. It is an experience eating in a...More
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This tiny traditional Ramen bar is superb. The ramen is heavily flavoured with sardine and has a unique and slightly acquired taste but it's well worth trying. Don't come expecting western style. It's local, it's authentic and tiny, did I mention it was really tiny?
Great authentic Japanese noodle soup! I am Asian so I love the soup with pronounced (but not strong) salty fish taste. The best so far in Tokyo. Definite recommendation! We had 9 people in our party and the place is a hole in the wall,...More
Nagi is a tiny little shop tucked away in the amazing Golden Gai area. Each time we walked past there was a line but it moves quickly despite it being a small restaurant. Order via the machine when you get upstairs and you will be...More
I came here after visited Shinjuku Goldengai. I loved it. This soy sauce ramen has particular and strong taste which is using much dried sardines for the soup. It was next level.
I am a big fan of good Ramen and so is my family. This Ramen is very different then anything else I have eaten before. It has a very strong seafood taste. It's very good in a different way.
Need to walk quite some aisles to get there, the small neighborhood then only has Japanese maps, Try your luck to the 1st aisle on the left, it's on top of a bar! Super steep stairs!! Unbelievably nice small-fish ramen though. The noodle itself is...More
V local place up steep flight of stairs. Tiny - probably can accommodate 8-10 max. Quaint and an "experience " of cramped Tokyo noodle joint. Special "dried sardines" soup. Tasty but v salty! About usd10 per bowl of house specialty ramen. Enjoy!