Shoryu Ramen serves Hakata tonkotsu ramen noodles, made with a thick, rich pork soup. Noodles are made fresh to an original recipe and come with a range of meat, fish and vegetarian toppings.
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Venue Details & Map
9 Regent StreetLondon HaymarketLondonSW1Y 4LR
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
I recently visited a little gem I frequent on Regent Street, London named Shoryu Ramen. Since its opening in November 2012 they have been offering their Hakata Tonkotsu ramen, a recipe which was specially designed by executive chef, Kanji Furukawa.
Shoryu translates to mean 'to bring good fortune'.
I find Shoryu to be an understated, modest establishment, however its popularity speaks for...more
An absolute favorite Ramen restaurant of mine. This was the first time I'd been to the Carnaby Street branch, tucked away inside Kingly Court. From all the Shroyus it has the best atmosphere by far! It's not as crowded/ small as the others, the wood-paneled walls give it a warm feel and the lighting and decor is just right.
The food of course is amazing. We shared the pimentos and the...more
So yummy. Much Umami. Goooood!
Quick lunch in trafalgar square and around? planning for some ramen but you already tried sasuke (which is better!)? Definitely come here. Especially if you are alone.
The place is not that big with many small tables and a counter running all over the window. No-nonsense chart, solid ramens, some buns and just a couple of other dishes. But you definitely wanna...more
Chose to eat an early dinner at Shoryu as it was a short walk from my hotel.
Their menu seems extensive given the number of pages.
I chose to start with a Pork Char Siu Bun to start. The Pork Char Siu came in a fluffy bun with sliced cucumber, lettuce and mayo. I liked it, but wish it had a couple of slices of pork.
They have several versions of Tonkotsu Ramen. I chose the Piri Piri...more
I am a big fan of ramen and am always up for discovering the best shop around town. There are two Shoryu around Piccadilly Circus, which is a highly touristy area, so I am already a bit suspicious.
Though a gong is rung every time a customer comes in or goes out of the shop, it doesn't make the place more Japanese. Maybe most of the servers are not Japanese or the restaurant just doesn't...more