The Top 6 Ramen Restaurants in London Right now
If you’re looking for a traditional rich Tonkotsu Ramen in London? Maybe something with a Vegan twist? You have come to the right place!
Here is my take on the best traditional Ramen spots in London.
Inspired by the Hakata traditional Tonkotsu ramen, Shoryu is one of the most renown Ramen places in London.
They even have specials for specific days for example Bun Monday – 2 for 1 buns and on the rare occasions host special events. They recently celebrated the launch of Final Fantasy XIV: Shadow-bringers game.
Location: Regent Street, Carnaby, Liverpool Street, Shoreditch, Soho, New Oxford Street, Covent Garden, Westfield Shepherd’s Bush and Straford and many more.
Prices ranging from £11 – £15
Ippudo’s mission statement is to bring the ramen loving culture in Japan to the world. With that, they have brought over the idea of having having a modern twist to a classic dish.
They have a secret special-blended miso paste to their broth which is thick, flavourful and rich. Its definitely worth trying.
Location: Central Saint Giles, Canary Wharf, Villiers Street, Goodge Street
Prices ranging between £10 – £13
If you’re looking for rich and creamy Ramen in a lively rock ‘n’ roll setting, Bone Daddies is the place to be.
Their Soho location is constantly buzzing and lively with people meeting up with friends or going on dates.
They also amazing cocktails and a Mushroom broth Ramen that caters for vegetarians.
Location – Wandsworth, Kentish Town, Bond St, Soho, Kensington, Bermondsey, Old St, Victoria
Prices for ramen ranging from £11 – £13
Tonkotsu is the place to be if you’re looking for a bowl of Ramen with some heart and soul. This ramen broth is creamy, flavourful and you can tell a lot of time and care is put into every dish served.
What is also great about Tonkotsu is that they give back to the community. Everytime a Mushroom Miso Ramen is purchased 50p goes into the Tonkotsu Foundation which aimes to alleviate hunger.
Location – Shoreditch, Soho, Stratford, Peckham, Oxford Street, Mare Street, Notting Hill, Bankside, Battersea, Ealing
Price range from £10 – £12
Hakata Ramen managed to combine traditional ramen with a vibrant bar atmosphere amazingly and they don’t hold back on quality.
Their Hakata Tonkotsu is both light and creamy, and the chashu pork just melts in your mouth. Hakata also has a range of small tapas like Japanese dishes like Chicken Karaage and Gyozas
Price for their ramen £9.95
Location: 177 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UW
In 2014, Kanada-ya, a franchise that originated in Japan, opened in the UK. Since then, as been extremely popular.
Their unique homemade miso-curry base, pork and corn fed chicken bone broth, creates a one of a kind Tonkotsu Ramen. You can even select your noodle hardness which is a bonus.
Location: Angel, Piccadilly, Covent Garden
Price range from £11- £13
Let me know if you agree or if there is any where else I should try ?