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This location in China town is small and modern. Took only a few minutes for my order of the miso lit ramen. It’s got a good spice to it and was delicious. The chicken was very well seasoned and the ramen itself hearty and creamy....More
Popped by on a cold winter day with a hankering for something hot and filling. From that perspective, it met the needs.
The restaurant itself is a no frill/seat yourself place (nothing wrong with that).
I ordered two dishes: fried pork belly onigiri and shoryuken...More
Went here for a quick ramen dinner. Tried the Laos Khao Soi, swapped pork with veggies. Loved it. Service was quick and food was delicious. If you like spicy food, definitely try the ruckus paste. Perfect on a rainy day!
This place was a very good ramen place. The atmosphere was very lively and pleasant, and the staff was friendly. I would recommend you to go there and I would definitely go there again if I were in search of a ramen place.
Opened in July 2017, this shop is making a mark. Nice selection of Ramen, Soba and Udon with innovative sides. Dope Yolk is a duck eggs yolk, with uni and tobiko, just the right salt level with creamy goodness. Dishes change, so Shoryuken may change....More
If you want ramen then this is the place. It’s located in the Chinatown area. We tried their Shoyu Ramen with pork, Beef Shoyu Ramen and they were fantastic! Noodles were perfect and the broth too was great.
Place kinda small, you have to pay...More
This place has some serious umami kapow!! Nouveau twists on noodles and apps were all amazing! I’m mostly a recovering vegetarian (and periodic pescatarian) and absolutely love this noodle shop. I work in Chinatown and l bring friends from LA and out of town here....More
I was looking for a place to eat ramen in Boston'sChinatown. I was traveling by myself and I found this place by chance. The atmosphere is very good, the staff is very friendly. and the food is very tasty; The ramen was really good, especially...More
A small area rich in Chinese cultural influences, visit Boston’s Chinatown for some great Asian cuisine and small, authentic bakeries. Enter through the iconic Chinatown gate and stroll down Beach, Tyler, and Kneeland streets to explore the compact area. Rest your feet from walking and grab a bite at one of the many restaurants around Chinatown. From traditional Chinese to Vietnamese to Malaysian, there is a wide
range of Asian food available, within easy access of South Station. At night, Chinatown becomes a late night food destination after the bars close.