Shoryu Ramen


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    Shoryu Ramen

Shoryu Ramen

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Shoryu Ramen 9 Regent Street
    SW1Y 4LR

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  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served 11am-3.30pm, dinner served 5-11pm Mon-Fri. Meals served 11am-11pm Sat; 11am-10pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Piccadilly Circus tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £6.90-£12.50. Meal for two with drinks and service: around £40

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Zak C

Great atmosphere, food was fantastic.  Place was packed when we got there but the service was still quick. My friend was allergic to Gluten and they were very considerate in pointing out the dishes that she could eat. 5/5


Service is great, atmosphere is cozy, but ramen just didnt cut it I am from Vancouver, we have superb ramen there. i was fiending some ramen after 2 months in London, so I found this place on this site. Had great expectations but left with sorrow and disappointment. This is like that of a Japanese fast food place. The soup was just warm not hot, the noodles were not chewy and I had to pay extra for the toppings, wtf? The flavour was ok, not as good as people described. I guess people have not had proper good ramen. Can't say I have had ramen in Japan ever, but I have had way better ramen, just not in London.


I've been to this restaurant twice in the past week! It's just that good! When you walk in you are immediately welcomed by all the staff. The ramen is so good. I had the Dracula Tonkotsu and the Karaka Tan Tan Tonkotsu, both tasted delicious and would highly recommend both. I also ordered the Hirata buns (chicken and prawn) and they were very delicious too! Everything was very reasonably priced and the service was quick! The only thing I would say is that as it is quite a small restaurant and you can't book so you might have to wait a little while for a table. Luckily when I went we didn't have to queue either time but noticed it got busy very quickly.


Shoryu is definitely my favourite ramen bar in London. The broth is so creamy and noodles just like we use in tonkotsu ramen in Japan. Love it and will be back with friends!