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
Overall a good meal. But the whitebait just wasn't good.
The wagyu buns were large and fluffy compared to others, but were filled with tasty beef and melted in your mouth.
The Piri piri Tonkotsu ramen was good. Lots of flavor with a beautiful egg and a nice kick.
The gyoza was nicely done with a crunchy lace in the bottom of the skillet.
The whitebait was fishy though. Didn't taste...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
This place is always busy and I definitely wasn't dissapointed once I had jostled for the last reminaing seat!
I had the natural tonkotsu and my boyfriend had the iced chicken wings and pork buns, which he loved.
The dumplings were a little on the dry side unfortunately but everything else was great.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
I don't live in London. I was only visiting for a week. Stumbled upon this little gem. Loved it so much that I haaaad to dine here twice. No shame. Had the pleasure of trying their Tantan, Spicy Miso, Piri piri and Curry. Piri piri was my favorite, but it's definitely spicy. Prepare yourselves! The jalapenos give it an extra kick! Tan Tan would be my second fave. The boiled egg is perfectly...more