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As a group of four, I expected it to be difficult to get a seat at any of the Ramen stores in Ramen Alley. The ramen stands are small, traditional venues with bar style seating surrounding the kitchen where the chefs prepare the delicious bowls...More
The Sapporo Ramen Alley is located in the Susukino district. The alley contains at least a dozen different Ramen shops, most with only enough seating for 10 persons at anyone time. Some with less. Each restaurant have similar menus with similar prices. Most places have...More
I have been to japan multiples times already and they are addicted to long lines when it comes to food and other attractions. As a collectivist society they really love to eat where others eat.
Yes the ramen shops that has lines here is good,...More
We went to Kumakichi in Sapporo Ramen Alley and are still amazed at how good it was. The Chef tasted the broth frequently to make sure it was 'right' and it was! Friendly it was too A really good experience all around and highly recommended.
We went to Ganso Ramen Street for dinner and was checking out each style of cooking. Decided to give this shop a go given it has the authentic miso soup base that was originated from Hokkaido. For those who like spicy food, go for the...More
A must try spot. Very good miso ramen for affordable prices. People saying otherwise definitely do not know their ramen. Going around lunch and dinner you may have to wait in line. Tight shops, so not kid friendly if having a stroller or many bags.
Ramen is Japanese for noodles, with soup, topped with sliced meat; The noodles are Chinese-style wheat noodles. Every ramen shop has its own secret recipe. Tentaippin in Sapporo says that it has the world's best noodles, and I think it is a fair claim. The...More