We came here without a reservation and were lucky to get a seat for the second dinner round (they have two seating round for dinner, second round around 9pm). The place is very small (10 places), which gives it a cozy and very traditional feeling (how I know it from my time when I lived in Japan).
The cook and staff are Japanese, which also speaks for the authenticity of this place.
We first had the Gyoza which are delicious, crusty and on point. Then we both decided for the chashu ramen. Absolutely tasty ramen! Especially the quality and amount of the meat were very good. Each of us had a beer. All together we paid 40 €, which is a fair price.
I never expected such a good Japanese ramen place in Toulouse.
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