The 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.
Serving up ramen, Japanese small plates and more, this Bermondsey spot aims to be part NYC speakeasy, part Japanese dive bar.
Yamagoya ramen originally started as a pop-up upstairs at Shuang Shuang. Now they're back, taking over the main restaurant for good and are bringing their famed raindrop cake with them.
The ramen group's 10th opening sees them taking over two floors of the Dickens Yard development in Ealing.
With another site imminent, Bone Daddies is showing no sign of slowing down. Although one of their restaurants (on St Christopher's Place) is having a big change for one week in September, as it's being taken over by famed Japanese ramen bar Nagi Ramen.
The ever-popular Tonkotsu are expanding again, with their eighth London site scheduled for Stratford this at the end of July. Expect the usual signature homemade noodle ramen, gyoza and Japanese sides, alongside a selection of craft beer, sake and cocktails.
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Fans of Kanada-Ya will already know the deal: big, soupy bowls of rich broth, served with springy noodles cooked to your preferred level of firmness, likely preceded by a lengthy, but worthwhile session spent queueing outside.
Tonkotsu are opening their latest ramen restaurant at Battersea Power Station, the latest in an impressive line-up of restaurants to open at the iconic space. The Battersea branch will have seating for 26 inside and a further 26 outside on the terrace, as well as having takeaway and delivery options.
On the menu as well as their trademark ramen, you can expect gyoza and Eat The Bits chilli chicken wings. And their cocktails are always worth a go.
Ramen comes to Victoria's Nova in the shape of Bone Daddies. Expect all the favourites as well as a katsu curry section and new maki rolls.
With more than 240 restaurants in 13 countries around the world, including Japan, slick ramen chain Ippudo is no stranger to new openings. Now they're opening the doors on their third London branch in Charing Cross, where they'll also be providing takeaway until the evening.
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If you're looking for a ramen fix, you might want to pop along to St James's Market. Tonkotsu are taking over their sibling restaurant Anzu from the New Year, with a ramen residency.
On the menu will be all their usual ramen, along with a seasonal special of Ham Hock ramen - slow braised and pulled ham hock in reduced ham and chicken stock with noodles, topped with fermented mustard leaf, bamboo shoots, spring
After a successful pop-up on Shaftsbury Avenue, and the cake that launched 1,000 Instagrams, Yamagoya is back for good, bringing ramen-shaped joy into the hearts and bellies of Londoners on The Cut (near Waterloo).
The somewhat oddly named ICHIBUNS is the latest restaurant from the folk behind Nobu, Busaba Eathai etc. This one's a bid for a roll-out, featuring burgers, rolls, ramen and more on the menu.
A big anniversary for Tonkotsu this month as they reach five years old - yes, they've been dishing out some of the best ramen in London (not to mention some ace dumplings) for half a decade.
They're not letting this anniversary wander past, however. Instead, they'll be giving away FIVE HUNDRED bowls of ramen. They'll have 250 bowls at the original Dean Street location and all of their other places will be giving a
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