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It is a small ramen restaurant in Tokyo Station, but one of the best. Generally there is a queue, which can be up to an hour at peak time. However, the wait is worth it.
Generally all food is good. Service is fast and friendly....More
There is always a line at this Ramen restaurant. The broth is thicker and a separated from the noodles which are about the size of udon noodles. You dump the noodles in the broth and eat— quite delicious.
If you love Ramen and are in the area there's lots of choice here. So much choice we didn't really know where to go but we suggest just diving in finding a seat at what looks and smells best. Some shops did have queus and...More
To say the experience was disappointing would be an understatement. We went out of our way looking for a great ramen experience at the famous Ramen Street, stood in a long line which snaked around the corner and finally got seated to taste our much...More
its the second time that I have tried this tsukemen. Last one was not a pleasant experience but giving it a second chance and it did not disappoint ! still a bit salty IMO but a much better experience !
My husband and I have never tried Tsukemen so perhaps this is a great place but we just do not like the dish. The broth was so fishy and it was like dipping cold noodles in lukewarm fish broth! So disappointed...
Visited this place two years ago and found it to be the very best ramen we had in Tokyo. This time we tried their amazing ramen again and found that their ramen is of consistent quality. They even provided a bowl of condiments for our...More
I absolutely love ramen and this place was awesome. The wait is long- but it says on the floor from this point the wait should be X minutes. We went around noon at first and the wait was 1H1, we came back around 3:15 and...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
Response from RavenKnit | Reviewed this property |
You'll get people queuing up BEFORE it opens. Kinda depends on you definition of huge - it's nowhere as bad as say lining up for Michelin 3 stars ramen, but depending on your luck you could be in line for 45 minutes or so.
Response from ndsleep612 | Reviewed this property |
I don't think so. Most of the restaurants in Japan have been using the same ingredients for many years/decades. Gluten-free is more of a Western countries fad unless you have Celiac Disease. You might be able to find... More
I don't think so. Most of the restaurants in Japan have been using the same ingredients for many years/decades. Gluten-free is more of a Western countries fad unless you have Celiac Disease. You might be able to find gluten-free food but it will be in highly Western expat populated areas like Roppongi Hills.