London's Best Ramen

Traditionally served in a thick meat or fish stock, this staple Japanese dish comes laden with noodles and other fresh toppings such as sliced pork, seaweed and soft-boiled eggs. This ain’t your standard watery noodle soup.


Bone Daddies

Try the Tantanmen – a dish of minced pork, bok choy, chilli and sesame – it’s the tastiest and a worthy winner of our best ramen edit. The sauce is sticky, rich and porcine, and glistens temptingly from the extra fat they inject into the broth. The delicate noodles give the dish a little added body and the obligatory semi-runny yolked egg floating on top seals the deal.

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31 Peter street, W1F 0AR
020 7287 8581




Opt for the Tonkotsu ramen, a thick and creamy dish with succulent pork belly and the ever-essential egg. What the restaurant lacks in atmosphere, it certainly makes up for with its food. Wash your ramen down with a tall Asahi beer and you’ll be less distraught about missing out on a table at Bone Daddies.

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63 Dean street, W1D 4QG
020 7437 0071

Selfridges & Co, 400 Oxford Street

Arch 334, 1a Dunston Street, E8 4EB
020 7254 2478

382 Mare Street, E8 1HR
020 8533 1840




Shoryu serves up bowls of intense meaty ramen to Soho’s steady stream of revellers. The signature dish is the Shoryu Ganso Tonkotsu, which is a miso-based pork-bone broth which comes with added spinach, succulent BBQ pork, a soft boiled egg, kikurage mushrooms, seaweed and homemade hosomen noodles.

  • 8/10 (£11)
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3 Denman Street, W1D 7HB
or G3-5 Kingly Court London W1D 7HA

9 Regent St London SW1Y 4LR

Liverpool Street
33 Broadgate Circle, EC2M 2QS



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