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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3 Denman StreetLondon HaymarketLondonW1D 7HD
The second best ramen in London. Yes, second isn't Bone Daddies!
Shoryu have some great tasting ramen. Kotteri Hakata is my favourite. They have a great selection of ramen and lots of sides to pick from too. I always go for the Pork Belly Bun. Loads to drink too, wine, tea, soft.. This suits me perfectly.
Dining can get pretty intimate as you often share a table with other diners.
I have been to many ramen restaurants in central London.. but shoryu ramen still be my favourite. I visited this branch before a while ago , and now it is getting busy and busy. I tried the the kotteri hakata tonkatsu ramen....as recommended in the menu, I ordered extra egg topping to fill in my bowl. I also have shoryu bun as my side. I am just like an hungry ghost tonight cannot wait to get...more
To be fair to Shoryu, it's more between 3 and 4 stars. I went down this time because I thought their buns weren't very good.
I came here with a friend for a nice hot bowl of ramen. I went with the vegetable ramen, so my review might be a bit more skewed, considering that original ramen is made with animal stock. But it was still pretty good, and the portions are generous. Still, I think...more
My poor, poor wallet. This place was delicious but definitely overpriced. £52 for a dinner for two was too much (though I admit we chose some of the expensive options). The origin tonkatsu ramen was yummy and I finished it quickly. At £9 however, it is a bit much for the small portion. I was still hungry after. We also ordered green tea and salted caramel mochi ice cream, both of which were...more
More like3.5 star but I want to round it up to four since service was good and efficient.
Coming from NYC where ramen shops are popping up every corner and have been to Japan multiple times, I couldn't say Shoryu is in the top tier. But with all fairness, it is above average among ramen shops outside of Japan.
I was introduced to the shoryu by a friend when I visited London last week. We...more