ラー麺ずんどう屋 心斎橋 Ramen Zundou-ya Shinsaibashi @大阪 Osaka, Japan

We reached the ramen place around 18:30 and there was already at least 10 people hanging outside waiting. We placed our names in the waiting list, and proceeded to order from the vending machine. The Japanese menu had more options (e.g. 2 options for noodle type) compared to the English menu. We opted for the Thin noodles with everything all in (¥1220) and a Grilled Gyoza (¥410). It was a quick 5-minute wait and we were ushered to the counter seats. The staff was kind enough to give us an empty bowl for sharing without us having to ask 🙂 The ramen was awesome! I particularly enjoyed thin noodles, so I could be a little biased 😛 The noodles were springy with a nice bite. The char siew was so tender that the fats literally melted in our mouths! The soup was flavourful and the saltiness was balanced out by the spicy oil. Overall, we were very satisfied with the ramen! The gyoza was quite juicy but we felt that the fillings were a bit too finely minced. We were done before 7pm. Noticed that the crowd is on and off, but the turnaround is pretty fast.
Contact:
  • Location: 1 Chome−5−7 Shinsaibashisuji, Chuo Ward, Osaka, Japan 〒542-0085 大阪府大阪市中央区心斎橋筋1丁目5-7 セーナビル1F (周防町通り) (Google Maps)
  • Nearest Station: Subway Midosuji Line/Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line Shinsaibashi Station 地下鉄御堂筋線/長堀鶴見緑地線 心斎橋駅 (4 min walk)
  • Websitewww.zundouya.com
  • Hrs: 24 hours (Tue-Sat), 12am – 5am (Sun), 11am – 12am (Mon)
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