Delray Beach's top rated Ramen resturant
Our ramen is a hearty bowl of hot broth filled with fresh ramen noodles,
toppings and garnishes, all made to order.
It will taste like you stepped back into Japan.
Pork broth with chashu, wood ear mushrooms, bamboo shoots, scallions, ginger
Pork broth and Miso with chashu, wood ear mushrooms, bamboo shoots, scallions, ginger
Chicken broth and Miso with chashu, wood ear mushrooms, bamboo shoots, scallions
Pork broth with soy sauce, chashu, wood ear mushrooms, bamboo shoots, scallions, ginger.
Chicken broth and Soy sauce with chashu, wood ear mushrooms, bamboo shoots, scallions.
Vegetable and Soy milk broth comes with bokchoy, beansprouts, corn, scallions, tofu, wood ear mushrooms.
Want extra broth in your ramen? We can't blame you! Hiro went to Japan for months to learn how to make it right.
Who doesn't want some more tender slow cooked pork belly? My belly wants more belly!!
One cannot overlook the virtues of a custardy, runny egg yolk — it's truly a gift from nature.
I'm sure you can't get enough of these freshly made ramen noodles, so why not add more?
Fresh Bok Choy chopped and added to your soup.
The famous japanese kikurage mushrooms.
Tender bamboo shoots, sliced thin.
Spicy Korean Kimchee cabbage adds an extra kick to your ramen.
Enoki mushrooms are small in size and grow in bouquets of tightly packed, long stems topped with petite, convex caps. The snow-white caps are tender, smooth, and delicate. Enoki mushrooms are crisp and firm with a crunchy bite and a mild, fruity flavor
Butter adds a creamy rich flavor and texture to your soup.
Parmigiano Reggiano is considered to be among the top cheeses by cheese connoisseurs, featuring a hard, gritty texture and is fruity and nutty in taste.
Sweet corn kernels adds that beautiful sparkle of yellow, and a bit of sweetness to each bite.
Poor little guys... Plucked from the seed after just a few days old. Sad for them, but happy for us! Adds a wonderful crunch to any meal.
Firm, soft, and just delicious. Tofu is full of protein and adds little floating islands to your soup.
Fresh edamame, steamed and salted.
Small balls of flour with octopus center.
Musashino is the local beer of Japan’s Saitama Prefecture. Easy to drink, clean and full-bodied, this golden Pilsner is fostered by the delicious water from Kurohime Plateau.
Ozeki means "Champion". The mainstay of Ozeki's sake lineup, this exquisitely well-balanced sake has an all-around drinkability that you'll never tire of.
Oi Ocha Green Tea is brewed from first flush whole green tea leaves grown in Japan not from tea powder or concentrate; using the whole leaf means our teas don’t lose any of the health benefits that are naturally present in green tea leaves
This popular Japanese soda comes in a fun bottle with a marble stopper at the top. Can you get the marble out? Ramune soda makes a cool beverage for festival goers looking to escape the summer heat.
Calpis, or Calpico as it's known in America, is a unique soft-drink inspired by cultured milk. It has a super sweet taste with a slightly tart effect, and it has many notable benefits for digestive health.
What Our Happy Clients say about us
Excellent authentic Japanese ramen, they stick to the basics and execute it well. They have real Japanese beer, and the appetizer, these well made fritter balls, were outstanding, and big enough to share. They have real Japanese beer, as opposed to Sapporo (Budweiser's Van Nuys Ca plant) and Kirin, Molson without the moose antlers. They could use one more quality Japanese beer.
FINALLY, some REAL Japanese Ramen! The other place nearby with the fake Ramen is not even close...
We love that you can add extra noodles, extra pork, etc. to your order.
It's great fun to watch the Ramen preparation; you can see the kitchen over the bar...
The food quality is superb. The noodles are al dente and seem homemade. The pork is perfectly cooked, juicy and tender with the perfect chasiu flavor. The shoyu broth is perfect. The tonkotsu broth is very rich.
My wife and I stopped in on a Saturday afternoon to this new Ramen restaurant and were absolutely delighted by the stellar Ramen made at this small restaurant. We have had Ramen in many metropolitan areas as well as in Kyoto and this place has a level of quality that is astounding. Per the owner, all the ingredients are fresh and preparation is meticulous. My tonkotsu was perfect with notes of ginger, pork that melts in your mouth, perfect rich broth.