Ganso Sapporo Ramen Street

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cindychen69124
Singapore, Singapore62 contributions
Service attitude was bad, ramen was so so only.
Feb 2020 • Family
We went there mainly because of the craze all over social media. We walked all the way to the end of the alley and we decided to walk back to the first stall and try. The first stall was a Chinese style sapporo ramen 🍜. It was manned by a Japanese man who in my opinion was quite unhappy when we enter. It was around 8pm when we stepped in. I give him the benefit of doubt that maybe he’s just tired. Throughout the whole experience, he was rather rude to not only us but the rest of the patrons as well. Anywho, he was kind of ‘in a rush’ to pack up and he turned down the next gentleman who walked into the store, citing they were close for the day. The very next instance, 2 young ladies walked in and he allowed them to be serve. 🤷🏼‍♀️ Come on! This is is unprofessional. With this kind of service attitude, I am astounded and disappointed. Not going visit again. 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻
Written March 2, 2020
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia8,923 contributions
Street is famous for noodles
Oct 2019
Ramen are Japanese noodles, usually thin but not too thin and not as thick as udon. The noodles are served in a soup. The recipe for the soup is a secret known only to the chef. Ramen are not too expensive. There are about a dozen ramen shops in the street, have a look around and decide which looks is best
Written February 29, 2020
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Kekoa303
Hilo, HI183 contributions
Ganso Ramen Yokocho, Sapporo
Feb 2020
Ganso(original) Ramen Yokocho is the famous original "ramen alley" in Susukino, Sapporo. The alleyway is narrow and contains about a dozen or so ramen shops that you can visit and eat your ramen. You will find a ramen with a flavorful deep broth that has been boiled for a day or more consisting of chicken or pork bones or a combination of both, or a dashi broth made from katsuoboshi (dried, smoked tuna flakes), kombu(dried kelp), and dried sardines and other ingredients including miso(bean paste), shio(salt) and shoyu(soy sauce), and various toppings. what you'll find is that no matter what you order, you'll probably like it.
Written February 25, 2020
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Marco Grava
Rome, Italy834 contributions
Lovely
Feb 2020
It is a lot of fun; a very small street full of Ramen restaurants; just pick one and have fun. The food is good and the street is colorful
Written February 25, 2020
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AIN
Keysborough, Australia5 contributions
Good ramen
Jan 2020
Many different choices of ramen and is not very expensive. During afternoon is less busy then night time.
Written February 17, 2020
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anaest
Vancouver, Canada1,293 contributions
New Year Day lunch
Jan 2020
We were in Sapporo for a few days, leaving on the 2nd. i didn’t do the research well and we were shock that New Year was such an important family day that almost everything is closed. People go to shrine, spend time with family, no big celebration, big new year dinner with count down etc. None of the departmental stores food hall or restaurants floors was opened. We were so glad that some ramen stores at this ramen alley were opened on new year day! The ramen were delicious, cheap and good portion!
Written January 5, 2020
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Julia W
26 contributions
Dinner
Dec 2019 • Family
Frankly can give the ramen alley a miss after trying out, its just barely for the experience venturing, an alley with just couple of small shops required to queue for it, tried one of the ramen store not one of the best i had before.
Written December 19, 2019
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Phi Somchai
Bangkok, Thailand3,511 contributions
Ramen alley
Nov 2019 • Family
This is a famous ramen alley with 17 different shops. Each shops has different broth and toppings. The must try would be the famous Sapporo miso ramen with butter.
Written December 4, 2019
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Allan Leong
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia3 contributions
Ramen alley
Nov 2019
Ten years ago when I visited this place, it was pack with people and full of activities as there were many traditional ramen shops concentrated in this alley.
This year I went back to this place, it was very quite, not many customers. Initially it thought that I have got the location wrong, but after checking with a couple of shops around there, it's sad.
Written November 7, 2019
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Steve
Perth, Australia58 contributions
All of the ramen
Sep 2019 • Couples
I love Ramen, and this little hidden gem has awesome Ramen with super authentic experiences. Be prepared to line up, this place is very popular and the restaurants only fit about 8 people at a time. Not a place to chill and hang out. You get in, eat the ramen drink a large beer and leave. You will not be disappointed in taste though!
Written October 15, 2019
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