Was looking for something to eat for breakfast, so was walking along dotonburi and i saw this ramen place, i think its open 24 hrs, only 2 choices to pick from, 600 yen and 900 yen, the 900 yen bowl had more meat, but i...More
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the ramen stall is quite near the subway station so when we arrive at dotombori, we instantly look at the giant dragon statue on top of the stall. they don't have chair so we eat it while standing up. the upside is, while other ramen...More
We always see people lining up to order their ramen. We decided to try it out. The challenge is to figure out how to order from the machine. Get your ticket and give it to the server. The bowl of ramen is piping hot, with...More
Located strategically in Dotonbori, you wouldnt miss this shop with its huge dragon on its shop. Only 600 yen for ramen in which you pay at the ticketing machine & awaits for your turn to sit at the tatami table. They will serve the ramen...More
For all the 4 nights we walked in Dotonbori, this ramen shop always had a long line. We tried this no frills style ramen that only offer two types: Ramen with Noodles (¥600) & Ramen with Noodles + More Pork (¥800). They have 3 types...More
The first time that my friend and I encountered this ramen shop was a weekend. There was a huge line so we waited until the weekday to go. There was a much smaller line during the weekday; however, as it is Dotonbori, there are still...More
Even it was 2 pm, they were quite full. Choosing between 600 yen and 900 yen (extra pork) was very easy. The pork was chewable but not that soft. The soup was concentrated and tasty. I doubted to see Kimchi as additional side.
Kinda reminded me of chinese style ramen: simple broth, soft noodles, decent roast pork. Not something worth going back for. There are better ramen places nearby.