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Reviewed 17 May 2020 via mobile

Definitely our Favorite Ramen in Tokyo. You can also try the fantastic Tsukemen. I discovered it after a while and it is now becoming my favourite dish here. The special of the restaurant is Ramen with a bit of Yuzu that increase acidity and help...feel the soup a bit lighter.More

Date of visit: May 2020
Reviewed 20 February 2020

Ramen is great. Choshu poem compliments the yuzu souped well. Employees are great at making the ramen with minimal volatility however if you ask for something out of the norm, employees will call the cops on you - esp if you speak Englishonly. Afuri is...great dipctionnof why Japan is great but is also a depiction why Japan will fail as well. Great ramen though.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed 18 December 2019

Bloody pop, very very loud, contemporary excrement MTV-style, supper annoying. The music is obviously chosen by and meant to entertain the staff, not the customers. To the customers the message seems to be “LEAVE! LEAVE RIGHT NOW!” This is a chain restaurant with good ramen,...perhaps geared for the tourists, with service just OK, and the first one ever that I noticed one can pay the ticket machine with a credit card. Screen menu is easy to choose, with wording in English and photos for their varied choices. The specialty here is the shio ramen with yuzu, one of the three main native citrus fruits in Japan. Yuzu is a formidable addition to ramen, and it brings an explosive zest to the flavours, without being too spicy, or too acid. The tsukemen is great, and one could be surprised at the small bowl for the dipping sauce/broth, but because this is a thin sauce, it does not stick to the noodle in mass as the thick sauces do. There will be plenty left over, for you to sip from the bowl. This is a beautiful sauce, citric, with umami flavours, a bit savoury, sweet and certainly nutty, with the addition of the sesame seeds. Beautiful indeed, and in my opinion with a stronger yuzu character as compared to the great Hyotokko in Yurakucho. Super convenient, as it is open up to very late hours into the next day. If this is your third bowl of ramen for the day, order the normal size, as it has a nice small quantity of noodle and good amount of toppings. I chose the konyaku noodles, which felt just appropriate, but I want to try the regular what noodle next time. And certainly I’d like to try this ramen at the original store, Zund Bar in the middle of nowhere in Kanagawa (I think). Hopefully the food is at least as good and the music is better.More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed 27 November 2019 via mobile

I have had my share of ramen but this one is unique I got the spicy ramen it has a lemon taste very tasty highly recommended! I would love to come back to this place.

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed 9 November 2019

I visited this ramen shop after having some drinks. I chose soy sauce-based ramen. The soup is a light clear chicken broth and the noodles are straight, it's neither oily nor heavy. People who like a rich taste might be a little unsatisfied with this...soup, but roast pork complements this dish. The roast pork is thick and juicy, smells good and has a smoky flavor.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed 15 October 2019

A must try if you like your ramen soup based to be light. My personal favorite would be the signature Yuzu Shio Ramen. What surprised me the most, apart from the tasty yuzu flavoured soup, was the delicious chashu cooked over charcoal which I could...not forget even till now. I usually do not finish the ramen soup but I couldn't help myself with this one. I wish I could have stayed in Tokyo a little longer to enjoy the food!More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed 9 October 2019

Was very difficult to find inside the Shinjuku train station, but definitely worth the hunt!! The most delicious ramen we have ever eaten. They only have a Japanese vending machine to place your order with no option for English. Insert your money first and then...make your decision by the photos provided. I got the vegetable ramen and added egg, and my husband had the chicken. Both sensational! The vending machine spits out tickets for your order and you sit off to the side until a seat becomes available. Doesn’t take long at all! You are provided a giant paper bib (definitely use this as I was covered in ramen juices by the end) and within minutes your delicious bowl of ramen is presented. Would highly recommend!!More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed 25 September 2019 via mobile

Really nice ramen place. The ramen I chose ( the best seller recommendation) was light lemony and delicious. I was able to sub zero cal noodles in as well! Definitely not the most authentic ramen shop but delicious, cheap (10$ pp) and quick (>30 mins)

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 16 September 2019 via mobile

We enjoyed our first ramen in Tokyo yesterday and it was sooooo good! You order on a computer screen, and a friendly employee came over right away to help us order since we were not sure what we wanted. The meal was fixed in under...five minutes and was absolutely delicious. The restaurant was super clean and we liked the open kitchen so you could watch your meal being prepared. 100% recommended!!!More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 15 September 2019

Today I had my first ramen (I have never eaten it before) and luckily there was a vegan version. You order it from a machine which is the only minus because I don't think you can combine the ingredients like I wanted a vegetarian version...(with egg) but you can just choose from the fixed options. Apart from that everything was fine and ramen was super delicious !!! highly recommendMore

Date of visit: September 2019
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