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Been here umpteen times and never tire of this place with its great taste and reasonable prices. Finding a seat is always an issue though, but good food will always draw people back, and I am surely coming back.
Good tonkatsu soup base. (If you like salty foods). I'm small eater, so the regula size is perfect for me. Sizes are shown at the cashier, so you can see it before ordering. It doesn't taste fantastic, but you get what you paid for.
Not one of your upmarket Japanese restaurant, but fast service, & the food - while seemingly ordinary, never disappoints. Great atmosphere as if you’re in one of those Japanese inn in Tokyo. Cash only & at busy times you need to be quick to get...More
No frills, self-service ramen and udon place. Been in Sydney for three days, been having a lot of burgers and fries. This so hit the spot. I feel rather satisfied. Udon is noce, various portion sizes to choose from. Quick and easy and inexpensive.
Coincidence finding this place and surprisingly good noodle with awesome tonkatsu flavor. Also their spring rolls, tempura etc... were goods. Kids very happy with it & wanting to go back while we are in Sydney.
Visited this little shop whilst shopping in the city. Its weird configuration and lack of signage makes it hard to know where to go and how to order. Food ok but staff bit rude and rushy. Plenty of other places to eat. I wouldnt recommend..
Love this place!!!! Noodles are always great and there's an option of small or large size or an array of side dishes for the little bit more hungry. Cheap prices but only accept cash. Place can really get busy.
Even though the location is not amazing, in a busy food center, the ramen is the best I tried in Sydney a the price is very good. Maybe I would suggest it for a group of friends or romantic date but if you're around and...More
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