• Tonkotsu hits on Finsbury Park for its next restaurant

    tonkotsu opening in finsbury park

    It's all go at Finsbury Park. As part of the new development around the station, there are all manner of restaurants, cafes and bars opening and the latest to throw their hat into the ring is Tonkotsu.

    The good news for fans of the ramen group is that their signature Tonkotsu ramen will be on offer here - making it perfect for hungry commuters or Arsenal fans craving that gorgeous pork and lardo broth. They'll also

  • Panton Yokocho is a new ramen bar coming to the Japan Centre

    Panton Yokocho is Japan Centre's new ramen bar

    14/10/21 - updated with the opening date

    Late last year, the people behind Japan Centre opened Heddon Yokocho, their spin-off ramen bar on Heddon Street. It must have been a success because they already have another lined up. They're opening Panton Yokocho on, you guessed it, Panton Street - very near the flagship Japan Centre store.

    As with the previous restaurant, this will be

  • Uncle Roger is doing deliveries and a London pop-up with Matsudai Ramen

    uncle roger london ramen pop-up

    1/10/21 - updated with the location of the pop-up

    If you're one of Uncle Roger's (aka comedian Nigel Ng) legions of fans, you'll probably have seen his video last night with news of his upcoming ramen tie-in. Fresh from conquering the world of egg fried rice, and as a celebration of hitting the 4m followers mark, Uncle Roger has switched his attentions to ramen.

    In his latest video he teams up

  • Kanada-Ya is cooking up ramen for Carnaby and Ealing

    Kanada Ya is cooking up ramen for Carnaby and Ealing

    It's expansion time for another popular restaurant - this time Kanada-Ya who have two new London places opening before the end of the year. So if you've yet to try their tonkotsu ramen, then more opportunities are on the horizon. 

    First up is Carnaby. They're opening in the Newburgh Quarter, taking over what used to be Shinola. The Carnaby restaurant will have room for 60 inside and 28

  • Supa Ya are finally launching their permanent ramen bar in Dalston

    Supa Ya are finally launching their permanent ramen bar 

    For the past few years they've been running supperclubs and residencies, but now Supa Ya Ramen are finally getting ready to open their first permanent restaurant. They had originally been looking to launch one back in March 2020 but, well, we all know what happened then. Now, however, the time has finally come for them to launch properly on Kingsland Road. 

    As with their pop-ups, you

  • Tonkotsu is bringing ramen to Kentish Town

    Tonkotsu is bringing ramen to Kentish Town 

    Tonkotsu is growing again - one of London's most popular ramen restaurants will be opening their first North London restaurant since launching nearly 10 years ago

    As you'd expect, ramen is at the heart of the menu, made with noodles created in-house daily, using machines imported from Tokyo. On the menu at Kentish Town will be:

    • The signature Tonkotsu ramen, a pork and lardo
  • Tonkotsu bring their ramen to Walthamstow

    tonkotsu opening in walthamstow

    19/11/20 - updated with launch date and offer

    Good news for any Walthamstow foodies wanting to raise their spirits with a bowl of ramen this winter. The newest branch of Tonkotsu is opening up on Hoe Street, bringing bowls of broth, fried chicken and strong cocktails to the neighbourhood.

    The new restaurant - Tonkotsu's twelfth in London - will serve up their signature ramens with both the noodles and stocks made in house from

  • Japan Centre is launching ramen restaurant Heddon Yokocho

    Japan Centre is launching ramen restaurant Heddon Yokocho

    Next up from Japan centre is a new ramen restaurant, inspired by the Yokocho alleys of Japan and based in Heddon Street. They'll have a range of ramen from across Japan, in a restaurant with a 70s feel. 

  • Supa Ya Ramen launches a permanent restaurant in Hackney

    supa ya ramen opening on Hackney Road LondonChef Luke Findlay's ramen supperclub puts down permanent roots in Hackney.

  • Tonkotsu is back, reopening Tonkotsu East in Haggerston

    Tonkotsu is back, reopening Tonkotsu East in Haggerston

    Tonkotsu is coming back! Yes, that's right, if you've missed their excellent ramen, chicken kara-age, gyoza and so much more, then you'll soon be able to order it for delivery. They're starting with the Haggerston branch for now (which will be staffed by people who live close by), and will review how that goes before launching more branches. 

  • Bone Daddies brings ramen to your door with #BoneAtHome delivery

    Bone Daddies brings ramen to your door with #BoneAtHome delivery

    The great reopening continues with Bone Daddies about to join the ever-growing list of restaurants that have managed to switch to delivery while their venues are shut. Bone Daddies certainly has its army of loyal supporters, so if you've been missing their ramen or Japanese ‘soul food’ dishes, the very best of those are coming straight to your door with

  • Japan Centre has just opened a retro Showaken ramen bar in Piccadilly

    showaken ramen bar japan centre LondonLondon's first Showaken ramen bar is now open at the Japan Centre's Panton Street location, serving up special ramens with a retro-style vibe.

  • Tonkotsu's latest ramen restaurant is in Shoreditch

    Tonkotsu's latest ramen restaurant is in ShoreditchTonkotsu really are becoming London's chief ramen joint with this, their eleventh opening in town. Expect the usual ramen (and a signature Shoreditch option) as well as gyoza and lots more. 

  • Ippudo pick Goodge Street for their fourth London opening

    ippudo opening on goodge street londonIf you're after somewhere in Fitzrovia to sit and slurp ramen, then this international ramen chain are hoping you'll pick their new restaurant on Goodge Street to do just that.

  • Koi Ramen and Tap In are first to sign up for new Elephant Park development in South London

    koiramenbarThe new £2.3bn regeneration project at Elephant Park has signed up what will be the third London outlet of Koi Ramen, which specialises in Tonkotsu ramen noodles, and a brand new football bar and bottleshop called Tap In, serving over 300 craft beers and Cuban food.

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