Ramen History

With its roots as a Chinese noodle dish, ramen spread to Japan and integrated with the local food-culture.
In 1859 Japan opened its ports to the world, bringing in linguistic interpreters from China and Western countries. Foreign settlements were set up in Japan’s major port towns, where Chinese restaurants began to line the streets. This gave way to the formation of China Town. There, the Chinese noodle dish that would later become the source of Japanese ramen was served. In time, the Japanese locals began to eat at these Chinese establishments, some of which began to set up their own independent operations, selling noodles from carts (or yatai) on the streets.
The difference with Japanese ramen and the Chinese noodles can be seen in the soup stock, or dashi. The soup used for Chinese noodle dishes is used in several other Chinese soup dishes, whereas the soup stock used in Japanese ramen was created with only ramen in mind. Being a treasure-trove of umami, with anywhere from five to up to forty different ingredients used to make it, that’s one reason why ramen soup has drawn attention from around the world.

Come in and try out our new delicious japanese Hitachino Nest Beer !

Brewed by Kiuchi Brewery in Ibaraki, this refreshing beer is the ideal drink to have with a nice, hot Ramen ! ??

Our Ramen

We serve Sapporo-style ramen in four traditional choices: shio (salt), shoyu (soy) miso (soybean paste) and vegetable miso. They are distinguished by its Chintan stock, a clear soup base that requires over 16 hours of careful preparation to achieve its delicate and complex depth. The stock contains chicken, porkbone, seaweed and other ingredients.

Our noodles, which have a certain elasticity and glossiness, and are designed to sop up the flavour of the soup, are imported from Sapporo, Japan and made by Nishiyama Seimen Company.

Address: Avenue J.F Kennedy 44.
Phone:+352 26 43 07 35
Cooking: Japanese, Ramen


Mon-Tue : 11:30 – 15:00
Wen-Fri : 11:30 – 15:00 & 18:00 – 21:00
Sat : 11:30 – 15:00