Shoryu Ramen

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Shoryu Ramen specialises in Hakata tonkotsu ramen from the Hakata district of Fukuoka city on the southern island of Kyushu, Japan. Hakata tonkotsu ramen is a style of ramen made with a thick, rich, white pork soup and thin, straight ramen noodles.
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Venue name: Shoryu Ramen
Address: Ground floor
3 Kingly Court
Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 11:30am-10.45pm; Sun noon-9.45pm.
Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus
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Paula - ToT

The ramen here is very good, extremely filling and great value for money.  There is a wide selection of dishes that cater for all tastes and spice tolerances.  The portion are great sizes - you won’t leave hungry.  The staff were very attentive and welcoming.  A great option for food if you’re in Soho.


On a cold chilly day what is more comforting than a large steamy bowl of tempting ramen. And situated in Kingly court here is a great place just for that. Visiting midweek it was easy enough to get a table. The staff are attentive and quick and friendly. The décor is clean, simple and stylish, ample seating expect to share some tables and staff were attentive. From the menu, for starters we opted for the steamed buns and shared the ginger salmon tatsutaage and chicken karaage shoryu buns where you can buy two for 7:50 which were fluffy and delicious. The batter coating on the chicken was particularly crisp and flavourful. Ordered the shoryu ganso tontoksu and the kimchi seafood tontoksu ramen. Compared to other ramen places, the bowls are fairly large and the broth fragrant with a decent mix and distribution of toppings. I really like the ramen here. The kimchi had a good bit of spice to it, plus it comes with and eggs and seaweed included which you don’t have to pay extra for.Shoryu has the bonus that they often have a few offers on such as 2 for 1 buns or meal deals and a loyalty card scheme as well so it is always a good idea checking these out too.

Jo Gowans

We actually visited the new Covent Garden branch of Shoryu, which is yet to be listed on Time Out. As part of their soft launch, they were offering half price ramen. We grabbed a table outside and enjoyed a lovely summer evening slurping some delicious noodles. Their Miso Wafu Chicken offering was tasty and light - at least compared to the thick and creamy Kotteri Hakata Tonkotsu that my boyfriend ordered. It was the service that absolutely made the night - welcoming, informative and expertly timed - the best we've received in a long time!

Staff Writer

My girlfriend and I love to go to this branch of Shoryu Ramen. We usually go once a month or so because the staff are very nice. The food is good as well, and the service is really fast.

Prices are on the line for Japanese style restaurants in London (regular, even kind of cheap for London, but a tad expensive for somebody who's lived in Japan and seen the real deal).

Will be going back again next month as usual.