The Ramen Diaries, Part 3 – Ramen Kan

It’s all over the blog reviews I’ve read, but the dodgy old elevator’s been decommissioned. Visiting Ramen Kan now means you need to walk up a filthy staircase into this amazing little establishment. It’s worth it for their ramen!

Ramen Kan's Tonkotsu

Ramen Kan’s Tonkotsu

Ramen Kan offers up a fantastic flavour filled broth. It’s thinner than Gumshara’s and the chashu is nowhere near as nice as Ippudo’s. The egg was my favourite one so far – nicely flavoured. The noodles were a great texture and thickness, to which the soup was able to cling nicely. The broth, on the whole, offered a good, solid experience, aside from an overabundance of shredded onions on top.

Another highly recommended establishment!

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4 responses to “The Ramen Diaries, Part 3 – Ramen Kan

  1. JK

    Garlic miso ramen (also pictured) was made of awesomeness. Despite the grubby stairwell (which seems to also rate a mention in almost every review), the inside of the restaurant is clean, spacious and nicely furnished.

  2. That bowl looks huge! Also–delicious. Thanks for sharing. :)

    • Pretty much every single place you can get ramen in Sydney is really generous with their serves! I rarely finish a bowl – though I think I did finish this one – the struggle was worth it!

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