The city of Tokyo is home to countless restaurants that can satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. Whether you prefer Japanese or Western dishes, you will find them all here. However, for those who love to eat ramen they can always head straight to Shinatatsu Ramen Street.

It won’t be an exaggeration to say that Shinatatsu Ramen Street is a haven for ramen enthusiasts. Here you’ll get to enjoy different ramen flavors that are carefully prepared by ramen chefs. So if you ever find yourself craving for some ramen, think no further and go straight towards the 10 best ramen restaurants in Shinatatsu.

1. Nantsuttei (なんつッ亭 品川店)

Nantsuttei has many branches not only in Tokyo, but in Thailand and Singapore as well. It is one of the most sought-after ramen shop on Shinatatsu Ramen Street. Consider yourself lucky if the line is not that long when you line up waiting for your turn. Their Chashu ramen is highly recommended, and this is the ramen that you should order when you go there. The rich and creamy soup with a touch of ma-yu (roasted garlic oil) accompanied by slices of char siew is quite delicious. It’s enough even for a big eater.

Address: 3-26-20 Takanawa Minato Tokyo

Website: http://www.nantsu.com/english/

2. Menya Sho (麺屋 翔 品川店)

Menya Sho has a delicious chicken soup based ramen with slices of char siew. While it may seem like a weird combination, its simplicity and taste will get your approval. The delicious chewy noodles and thick broth have earned it quite a good reputation among the shops on Shinatatsu Ramen Street.

Address: 3-26-20 Takanawa Minato Tokyo

Website: https://www.menya-syo.tokyo (Japanese Only)

3. Mouko Tanmen Nakamoto (蒙古タンメン中本 品川店)

Mouko Tanmen Nakamoto is a great place to visit if you love to eat spicy foods. Whether you like your ramen spicy, extra spicy, and very spicy, you came to the right place. Feel free to wage war with the noodles and chomp them to oblivion. Drink the broth if you dare and whether you burn in hell or reach paradise, you are a hero for putting up a good fight. Just make sure that your glass of water is within reach before you challenge your bowl of ramen.

Address: 3-26-20 Takanawa Minato Tokyo

Website: http://www.moukotanmen-nakamoto.com (Japanese Only)

4. Setagaya (せたが屋 品川店)

Setagaya has a different kind of specialty among the restaurants on Shinatatsu street. Their soup base is a blend of shoyu and tonkotsu which gives off a unique taste. If you want to try something new, you might want to give their ramen a taste.

Address: 3-26-20 Takanawa Minato Tokyo

Website: http://english.setaga-ya.com/

5. Tsukemen TETSU (つけめんTETSU 品川店)

Tsukemen TETSU specializes in tsukemen noodles. So when you go there, make sure to order the house special chashu tsukemen. After a few minutes of waiting your order will be served in three parts. Namely, the thick tsukemen noodles, the chashu, bamboo shoots and seasoned egg in one plate, then their special thick broth. Of course, whether you mix them all in one bowl or eat them separately, it’s up to you how you eat it.

Address: 3-26-20 Takanawa Minato Tokyo

Website: http://www.tetsu102.com (Japanese Only)

6. Shinsen (金澤濃厚豚骨ラーメン 神仙 品川品達店)

Shinshen popularized the thick pork bone ramen. It is said that it takes three days to cook the thick pork bone to achieve the best taste. While the process might seem like an exaggeration, there are some people who seem to like the taste of their ramen.

Address: 3-26-20 Takanawa Shinagawa Shinatatsu, Minato 108-0074, Tokyo

Website: http://ramen-god.com/shinsen/ (Japanese Only)

7. New Tantan Men (元祖ニュータンタンメン本舗 品川店)

New Tantan Men chicken soup base has an exquisite garlic taste. Feel free to take your time and browse through their menu and choose the ramen that caught your fancy. Don’t forget to order their pan-fried Chinese gyoza for a more filling meal.

Address: 3-26-21 Takanawa Minato Tokyo

Website: http://newtantan.com (Japanese Only)

8. Yarou Ramen (野郎ラーメン 品達品川本店)

Visiting Yarou Ramen will make you experience what it’s like to eat a mouthful. Looking at the piled tower of sprout on your ramen bowl, you’d probably ask yourself “Did I come here to eat a mountain or a ramen?”. As you try to navigate your chopsticks on the tower of sprouts in front of you, various strategies pop up in your mind on how to demolish them without spilling any. Worry not. You’ll get it in time and will be able to eat your ramen in peace.

Address: 3-26-20 Takanawa Minato Tokyo

Website: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1314/A131403/13108551/

Shinatatsu

Address: 3 Chome-26-20 Takanawa Minato-ku, Tokyo

Website: http://www.shinatatsu.com/

 

Data is as of April 2018

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