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
3 Denman StreetLondon HaymarketLondonW1D 7HD
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
The ramen is perfectly cooked. Warm broth and very tasty. The thickness of the noodle is perfect.
Personally I think is better than Bone Daddies. So far one of the best ramen in London. Nice environment. Worth a try.more
Decent bowl of noodles.
The nice thing about this place is that you can specify the length of time they cook the noodles for. I tried the Tonkotsu here, and was relatively impressed.
- The broth was pretty tasty, creamy and full of pork bone fat
- The egg was nicely cooked
- The extra ingredients made for a nice all around flavor
Only issue is that service isn't the best, and sometimes...more
This place is meh and I write that with great regret as one of my close friends absolutely adores this place.
I think the problem begins with my predisposition as a Chinese and Vietnamese noodle lover. I like big flavours, fragrance and spice and I just don't GET ramen. I don't get it. So now you know my shameful secret, you'll understand that my review is probably a little bit biased and I'm...more
Shoryu does some things very well. There's no denying that their soup base is good, it's not ridiculously rich like bone daddies but you get enough to order another portion of noodles when you're feeling hungry. You get the choice of tenacity with noodles, so if it's not to your liking, well, it's your own fault.
The starters (I've had the salmon okra, the fried chicken, the Hirata buns), are...more
I'm still really unconvinced by Ramen. I'm really not sure what the big deal is. After my first Ramen experience everyone told me that Shoyru was the place to go, but again I was underwhelmed.
First. I get why they have communal tables. It feels very Japanese. However, it also feels like you're being squished into a small table with a bunch of strangers. There's just not a lot of room....more