Homemade broth and noodles - incredible. I'm only visiting the area for a few days but considering a second meal here.
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This ramen is quite good. I am gluten free and they also offered gluten free noodles which was great. My friend and I tried both broths and both were quite good. Was a nice stop after a cold rainy Icelandic day.
Down the near Old Harbor, Ramen Momo is a tiny little noodle shop with about a dozen stools. The attraction is the food, which is tasty, and fairly reasonably priced by Reykjavik standards. Of course, they do take out, too. (And give a 20% discount...More
Super friendly service and the cheapest place to eat in all of Reykjavík. Plus delicious!! Try the pork ramen and dumplings!! Thank you Luka
We heard about this place from a guide on a tour. It is a tiny place where you eat at a counter. It is truly the best meal I had in Reykjavik. It was tasteful, delicious, right temperature, good natural ingredients and wow with the...More
Lovely chef and delicious ramen. And wow what a view of the harbour! Beware, it’s even smaller than you think so if you’re not there at opening time, expect quite a wait for a seat... we were lucky and got there at opening but there’s...More
Came because of the good reviews here. Ordered tonkotsu ramen. Soup was soaking in a layer of oil, did not taste any like tonkostu (I am an Asian living in an Asian country). See the layer of oil in the photo. Ramen was soggy. No...More
Small, bar stool seating with walk up counter service. Food is fresh, good quality ingredients prepared in front of you to order.
Went here with the family and it was a cute ramen shop. Little to no seating. Delicious inexpensive food. GLUTEN FREE rice noodles are available. The owner and wife are very friendly.
This is the worst ramen I have ever eaten! The soup do not have tonkatsu flavour.. too much oil is used.. the pork meat is fatty.. I am an Asian traveller, even though I am not Japanese people, but I feel sorry for the sub...More