Found opposite Robot Bar, just off Flinders Lane, Mugen Ramen serves up ramen, small dishes, drinks and, according to the menu, Japanese tapas-style dishes are coming soon. I took a bar seat right at the kitchen window, but there's also a larger seating area on the basement level. Today I opted for the wafu tsukemen plus an egg. Tsukemen is served and eaten differently from regular ramen, in that the noodles come separately from the sauce, which is made for dipping. Instructions are found on the back of the...

I did a bit of research before coming to help me decide where to eat my only meal in Perth city. This little restaurant was famous for its ramen, and while I prefer soba or udon, I thought I may as well try it. The restaurant was small and very popular. I picked the shio ramen with extra chicken ($10+3) and though it was 'normal sized' it was still very large. The chicken was pan-fried before being added to the ramen and it tasted like teriyaki. The noodles...

I’ve heard that the ramen at Ichiran is among the best in Fukuoka and that it had a unique eating experience. I was desperate to try it. We filled out the English order forms at the front, paid for our meal tickets at the machine then waited for some booths to empty out. Luckily it didn’t take long for four seats in a row to become available. All of us had the ramen and a hard-boiled, salted egg (¥790+100). Mum also added in some ‘laver’, which she believes...

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