Coming from a long lineage of ramen shops in Hong Kong, the first branch of which was established in 1961, this branch on Julu Lu marks the first Shanghai opening. Interiors are comfortable, service is efficient and the ramen is very good quality, particularly so for Shanghai standards. Choose between three soup bases: original (tonkotsu/pork bone broth), spicy or black garlic, and specify your toppings, soup thickness and noodle texture (soft, medium or hard). A good option for ramen lovers and quick, casual eats.
- Open late until 3am
- Local cards accepted
Price: RMB80-100 per person
Who's going: Locals and Japanese expats, mainly
Good for: Ramen, Japanese food, casual lunch and dinner, quick eats, late night