If you're looking for Japanese food with a twist then experience Nanban and its cutting-edge Japanese soul food.
From ackee and saltfish korokke for starters to curry goat tsukemen for mains, this is the perfect destination for anyone who loves fusion cooking. Enjoy a wide selection of Japanese and British beers and take in the vibrant South London atmosphere.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
426 Coldharbour LaneLondonSW9 8LF
- +44 (0) 20 7346 0098
Top 5 reviews of Nanban
Excellent ramen. Comfortable setting. Friendly service.
I came for the lunch special from 12-2:30 which is also available for happy hour from 5-6 on weekdays. £7 for a bowl of ramen + toppings sold separately. This worked out to be how much their normal ramen is but the best thing was customizing it for your preference.
I didn't realize mine already came with half an egg when I ordered so I... more
Fusion is what you get here-and fused well, it is. Soba, hot and cold, fresh tempura from the Brixton Market. The service by Italians is superior, the ambience is multi-everything you can think of, and the pear sake worth staying over for another day.
Again, lovely food but seriously. The service here is continuously abysmal. Every single time we come here, the servers seem really ignorant of what their jobs are.
We finished our starters and no one came to collect the dishes. The server then comes around with the mains and waits while we clear the table for her. Seriously, this is her job. Not ours.
Then after we finish the mains, the... more
Went there for their famous ramen, I got the leopard and I can't say I was disappointed ! Some of the best ramen I've had since my last trip to Japan.
The broth was delicious, and the noodles nicely cooked. The staff was friendly, the place clean and overall we had a great time. Only thing was that our seats were somewhat uncomfortable to sit in but the food made up for it easily.
Price wise,... more
Soup base was way too salty and the noodles slightly overcooked. The "angry birds" chicken wings were tasty and they served the drumette piece of the wing making it a bit easier to eat. Service was friendly though pieces of our order were forgotten.
I would say for proper ramen, there are loads of better places. But in the area for a pan Asian menu, this place is not too bad. more