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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9 Regent StreetLondon HaymarketLondonSW1Y 4LR
Stopped at Shoryu Ramen for a late after show snack. It was a great choice. Had their signature dish Shoryu Ganso Tonkotsu which is ramen noodles served in a thick rich pork broth and garnished with deep fried shallot, pickled ginger, soft boiled egg, julienned mushroom, and seaweed paper. We also tried gyoza, salmon sashimi, and tempura tiger prawns. The service was friendly and prompt and...more
Was not happy with the service. The lady did not comprehend what I was asking. I ordered the regular ramen w the fried shallots and I had asked her if it was simply the basic ramen w the Pork and egg plus the added ingredient of fried shallots. Took me about Three minutes to ask what I needed to ask until I gave up and went with it. And she still didn't understand. Service was terrible...more
After going to Japan recently, my husband and I are now massive ramen snobs. We've been to Shoryu in Soho before and loved it, so we gave this one a try on a Sunday night (no booking) to see if it was as good as we remembered.
It's a packed and busy place, with no room to wait inside, but it was only about 10 minutes before we made it in the door with my parents and grandmother. I had the...more
We went to a Japanese restaurant in soho and found it shut earlier this evening. It may been closed due to the bank holiday plus gumball 3000 was on in regent street.
We ended up walking round and found this place! I went in to ask for a table for three and was told it was bout 15 min wait, and the queue was outside, as no room inside to stand!
They do have a heater outside so it's not too...more
Wow! It was a toss up between here and Bone Daddies and we settled on this beauty. Being relatively new to Ramen I was excited to try another place and another type.
We arrived and had to wait 10 minutes for a table. Be warned: You do have to wait outside for tables so maybe not the best option if freezing or raining but we were happy to wait as it was a mild night and it smelt so god damn...more