Neiroya

Restaurants Ogikubo
Neiroya ねいろ屋
1/5
Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
Neiroya ねいろ屋
2/5
Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
Neiroya ねいろ屋
3/5
Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
Neiroya ねいろ屋
4/5
Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
Neiroya ねいろ屋
5/5
Photo: Kisa ToyoshimaNeiroya

Time Out says

This homely Ogikubo restaurant offers creative takes on ramen, cooling kakigori (shaved ice desserts) and aromatic curries. It’s best known, however, for its soupless lemon soba (¥950), thin noodles served dry or ‘maze’-style, mixed with toppings and sauce on a plate rather than in a bowl. If you prefer something soupy, go for the shoyu-based (¥900) or chicken and sardine-based ramen (¥1,100).

Neiroya also whips up an addictively moreish soup-like curry made with its signature ramen dashi (Japanese-style stock); a half-order is more than substantial enough for a decent feed. Keep an eye on Neiroya’s Twitter for news on its seasonal kakigori; you’ll blow most of your ¥1,000 budget on one of these artful desserts – but it’s worth it.

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Details

Address: 3-6-24 Amanuma, Suginami
Tokyo

Transport: Ogikubo Station (Marunouchi, Chuo, Chuo-Sobu lines)
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Opening hours: 11.30am-8pm, Sat & Sun 11.30am-6pm
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