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.
This content has been supplied by Shoryu Ramen
Venue Details & Map
3 Denman StreetLondon HaymarketLondonW1D 7HD
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Japanese has always been my favourite cuisine and ramen is slowly growing in popularity in London. Shoryu has big competition from Kanada-Ya and Konkotsu, but it's the best ramen I have had in this city. Also, some of the best gyozas I have had.
Vibe - 4* (slightly cramped when we went)
Beer - 4* (frozen beer was a nice novelty)
Ramen - 4.5* (I was reluctant to go for the Piri Piri ramen, as...more
I've been here 60+ times and I always end up ordering the Karaka Tan Tan.
The place is amazing, you should try the Tonkotsu broth ramen in any of their varieties. One of the most tasty tonkotsus i have tried in London. The ingredients are really good, you won't be hungry after eat this.
The buns are pretty good as well.
Regarding service, they are all of them really kind, and willing to...more
Wow, this was delicious. We eat so much pho, but we rarely eat ramen. I'm so glad we mixed it up this time! We came at a really strange time, maybe like 4 pm, so the place was nearly empty. I had the signature Shoryu Ganso Tonkatsu, and it was gorgeous. Really silky, rich broth. The meat was tender, the noodles were slurp able, the egg was soft, not too salty... all just wonderful. We...more
The tail of two broths.
I recently went to House of Ho on Old Compton St and had a bowl of noodle soup.
I think the way they made it was like this...
Take dried noodles from a packet. Add luke warm tap water, a bit of urine and serve with a sprig of crusty mint, a handful of beansprouts and some raw beef shavings.
I made like Gandhi and drank it down. It was so insipid and tepid I instantly...more
Shoryu gets really crowded really fast. We tried coming here a couple times previously but have been scared off by the queue. To avoid queues, come at an off-peak time! Only when we decided to go for a very early dinner were we able to be seated immediately.
Anyway on to the food... the karaage hirata bun is a MUST! Really delicious. Soft bun with juicy fried chicken. I had the dracula...more