Ramen noodles, floating in flavorsome soup is the ideal thing for winter days and fast lunches so it’s no wonder why they are becoming very popular for Londoners. Not to mention that burger and ribs fat they will help you loose after we have all gorged ourselves on the Pit Cues, Bodeans and Meat Liquors of this world.
Ramen is one of Japan’s best known dishes. The main ingredients of ramen are a stock made from pork and chicken bones with vegetables and sometimes fish bones, fresh noodles and toppings that can include almost anything but most popular are sweetcorn, black sesame and garlic paste, pork and a perfectly marinated gooey-yolked egg.
There are four types of ramen: shoyu, miso, tonkotsu and shio (salt) and toppings will vary dependent on which you order.
Our most recent Hotspot, Bone Daddies is a new restaurant specialising in Ramen opened by Ross Shonhan (ex-head chef Zuma and Nobu) in soho and Tonkotsu has just opened around the corner at 63 Dean Street.
Both are going down a storm and there is a third to come that is offering the all important introduction week of 50% off, Shoryu on Regent Street (image).
Shoryu on Regent Street will be offering 50% off it’s ramen menu tomorrow (Wed 7th Nov) from 11am – 7pm (cash only).