Mentioned in a popular Hong Kong tourist guidebook, so decided to have a try visiting Fukuoka this time. Weekday lunch - can be busy in not a very large restaurant, therefore may encounter short wait in a line. Service was good. There is English menu...More
Decided to visit as we were close by and very glad we did. We did the Y1200 deal which is Ramon, dumplings and beer. Ramon broth is delicious and the thin noodles are fresh and cooked perfect.
Tried a few ramen in kyushu, this is by far the best with the nicest broth. Thin noodle and the tastiest so far
I went here to try the special TohoShinShin ramen. It was crowded due to lunch time. It took a while for my ramen, and I was satisfied with what I got. It was really delicious.
We had the pleasure to enjoyed lunch at Shin Shin Ramen at the Hakata Station when visiting Fukuoka during the Chinese New Year Holidays. I had the Shin Shin Ramen with a small bowl of fried rice, the noodles and soup was tasty as well...More
This was my first trip to Hakata, and this was the first place I attended for ramen. I arrived 20 mins before opening time, and was first in line, however by opening, there was a line of about 30. My luggage was ticketed, and I...More
We had tonkotsu ramen three times while in Fukuoka and Shin Shin was by far our favorite. It didn't have any of the funky smell associated with tonkotsu ramen and the broth was much more balanced than other places. The gyoza were also good. We...More
Now, this was stenchy! I was so eager to dive into this Hakata ramen that I missed to take a nice pic, but it would not show the boar taint anyway, no matter how thick it was. You can smell it from around the corner,...More
I tried this ramen after having tried the famous Ichiran and Ippudo ones, and I have to say that I enjoyed my bowl of Shin Shin more than the former two. The broth was rich and flavorful, the noodles were thin and firm and went...More