Shoryu Ramen (Regent St)

9 Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, London, SW1Y 4LR - View on a map

Shoryu Ramen (Regent St) Restaurant In London
Overall 3.5
Food 4.0
Service 4.0
Atmosphere 4.0
Value 2.0
Based on 1 reviews

what the critics say


Marina O'Loughlin

Friday, December 21, 2012 - They use Hakata-style hosamen noodles: thin, pale and straight, with nice springiness and bite. But the chashu pork in the tonkotsu has a greyish, cheap roast dinner quality, and the soup lacks body, its glutinous pigginess leavened with chicken stock. There's a forest of beansprouts to negotiate before you get to the good stuff: papery nori that faints into the broth; wood ear mushrooms; strips of red ginger. The piri piri version has a cough-making belt of chilli. Gyoza are good: thin skin, juicy, porky filling.


TimeOut - 4/5

Monday, November 26, 2012 - Run by the same people as the Japan Centre across the road, Shoryu is an authentically Japanese experience...The basic Hakata ramen we tried had a rich, milky pork-and-chicken-bone broth with plenty of pale egg-yolk-yellow, own-made noodles crowned with slices of unremarkable barbecued pork, crunchy cloud ear mushrooms and slivers of bright red pickled ginger.

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Went on Saturday night and it was half empty which was a bad sign.

Had the signature ramen. Tasty soup and noddles was nice though very little meat for the price they are charging. 3 tiny pieces of pork and little else for £11.50. Service is amateurish and waitress did not know any of the dish. Will not go back.
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Overall rating 4 stars
Food 4 | Service 4 | Atmosphere 4 | Value for money 2
Sunday, September 14, 2014

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Cheese and Biscuits

Cheese and Biscuits - 6/10

Tuesday, February 05, 2013 - On a second visit I tried the standard house Tonkotsu ("Ganso") which was not just edible but rather nice, with a soothing milky broth and generous helping of bouncy egg noodles. Perhaps the slices of rolled pork weren't quite as powerfully flavoursome as those at Tonkotsu on Dean St, and perhaps Bone Daddies has a slightly more exciting variety of styles, but this was still a good ramen.

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