We tried the most popular wanton ramen and the dipping ramen! Both are superb! The price is reasonable and service is good!
After staying in the Sensoji Temple area longer than expected we had to change dinner plans and find somewhere nearby. We saw the menu outside this ramen shop and decided to give it a try. There were only about 9 counter seats so we had...More
This ramen was everything I expected absolutely delicious and very cheap! You pay on the machine before you go in which gives you a ticket, the ramen with won ton is the very first option (top left 550) walk in find a place and give...More
We found Ramentei by coincident at the last leg of 2 weeks honeymoon trip in Japan. We stayed in Asakusa area and was so tired to go to other districts where our friends have recommended some ramen places, so we browsed and found Ramentei and...More
Ramentei is a conveniently-located ramen shop on the southwest corner tip of the Sensoji temple/Nakamise shopping street area, and it definitely has fantastic ramen! My dish (called tsukemen) consisted of cold noodles with a delicious, hot dipping soup for 550 yen. I loved the dish,...More
My wife and I wanted to get a taste of Tokyo on our short visit. This place was recommended by an app we used. It did not disappoint. It is very close to the Senso-ji Temple we were visiting. There isn't much seating inside so...More
This is about the cheapest ramen place around Asakusa at Y380 for good, basic ramen. Broth is not as good as Ippudo, but the noodles were great. Other condiments were also tasty and fresh. Highly recommend this place for a cheap meal.
A small noodle store with capacity around 9 people. It's open at 11:00 AM (or maybe 10:30 AM sorry I forgot the exact time). The noodle's size is perfect (I don't like a big sized noodle like udon). Its best food is wonton noodle. To...More
It's a small place with a counter inside and a little vending machine outside, where you select the food you want to order. They have an english menu to help select the food you want from the vending machine, just go inside and ask for...More