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
My wife and I loved this place. There was a short wait to get a table as the place was packed but certainly worth the wait. The broth was savory, the noodles were cooked perfectly, and the portion was just the right size. I don't really associate London with ramen but my wife and I will certainly be back!more
Let me say that I'm a big ramen fan, but I think I've been spoiled by ramen I've had in San Francisco and Las Vegas.
On a cold rainy day in London ramen is a nice antidote to blah weather. This place does a decent job, although the noodles were pretty thin and didn't seem to be freshly made.
Overall a decent place that I'd probably go back to.more
Shoryu Ramen honestly exceeded my expectations. Whoever said that food at London sucks should go check this place out.
I ordered the pira pira ramen and my friend ordered the kimchi seafood ramen. The broth for both ramen tasted similiar: both spicy, thick and DELICIOUS. The egg was perfectly cooked and the pork was soft and tender. I've tried many japanese ramen places in southern...more
As a ramen junkie from NYC, I've been traveling around London's ramen scene to try and find the best bowl here. Shoryu piqued my interest due to the fact that they tout their Hakata roots, which is the region of Japan that tonkotsu ramen is specialized. So I had to come by and try the tonkotsu broth!
I stopped in around noon and was seated immediately. I ordered the Kotteri Tonkotsu Ramen, a...more
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