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Such amazing service! We were unsure whether to go in but the lady assisted and helped us to an English menu and helped us process it through the vending machine. The ramen was beautiful and fresh. I want to come back before I leave Tokyo!
If you are looking for a nice slow dining experience where you can savor your time and company, you shouldnt go to a Japanese ramen shop. If you want to power though a bowl of noodles that will make you cry its so good, then...go to Thank. The food is amazing and it's in and out. I finished mine in about 5 minutes flat, I couldn't stop my self. The service is fast and while they knew no English, they were still very polite and helpful. It's not in a touristy spot, but if you find yourself in Kanda, you have to give it a try.More
Amazing & simple concept. Put your cash what looks like a vending machine, make your selection, sit down & your meal is freshly prepared.
Great member of staff (with good English) available to help you if required and who serves your meal.
Enjoy the food...and the music, we listened to Bill Withers while we had the best ramen EVER!More
Fast food outlet ramen speciality. You order from a machine. Great! it's efficient quick so no sitting down wondering if someone is going to pay attention. The guy comes up to help speaks English so no hassle for visitors to Japan. Really tasty fast throughput....Not salubrious back alley venue but REALLY WORTH IT HIGHLY RECOMMENDED food fantastic ( and have sapporo)More
If you see a lineup, it’ll pass quickly. And its worth the wait. They helped me chose what i wanted very easily. I enjoy how they always chant along (waitress and cooks) whenever someone orders or finishes eating. All you hear is slurping since it...is that delicious. Would come back if i get the chance!More
Cozy little ramen kitchen in a side-street. Wouldn‘t have found it without Tripadvisor.
You get a menu from wehre you can choose the thickness of the soup / consistency of the noodles and order with a vending-type machine. With all the bottons labeled in japaneese...one of the forthcoming waiters quickly gave us a hand. There is free water on the tables and the food was prepared swiftly. The two different Ramen Booth tasted very good and made a good Dinner.More
Broth was great! You have to use a machine but the man there spoke English and was able to help me. They have an English menu that can help you as well. Very fast service and amazing food. Will recommend to my local colleagues
These days it’s all about fine dining around the world, well it seems to be in the UK anyway. But it’s when you head down the back streets of places likes Tokyo you find little anonymous places like this where the simplest of dishes is...done fast and well. You order at the machine just inside the door, the waitress helped us as no English buttons on it. I had the ramen with 3 pieces of chicken and an egg, my wife had a thicker noodle classed as ‘hot’. Less than ¥2000, food turned up in no time and was really good - noodles cooked to your liking, tender chicken, soft boiled egg, tasty well seasoned broth to whatever thickness you want. In and out in no time, cool background level music and hard working dedicated people turning out good grub at low prices. If we weren’t cramming in lots of food places into a few days we’d be back to try more. Thanks THANK!More
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Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi
Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much
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