Time Out says
Experience matters – and Kiraku has it in spades. This 68-year-old ramen shop has been serving up Tokyo-style noodles since 1952. The simple-but-delicious Taiwan ramen is worth a try, but first-timers should start with the classic chukamen (¥700). The soy sauce-based broth is packed with fried onions and chewy, flat noodles, and is topped with fresh bean sprouts, nitamago (slow-boiled egg) and the obligatory chashu pork slices – just the way they used to make it everywhere in Tokyo. Located at Dogenzaka in Shibuya, Kikuya is more than just a ramen shop: it's a small slice of Tokyo’s culinary history.
2-17-6 Dogenzaka, Shibuya
|Opening hours:||11.30am-8.30pm / closed Wed|