Awesome ramen that I had during the stay in Munich but too bad they don't have the Chilli oil for the ramen.
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Located in a high tourist area, the prices here are not bad. Since there is quick turnover, the sushi seems quite fresh. Seating is limited, but it's more like a lunch counter, so people don't linger. You can order for take-away or sit down and...More
Shoya is easy to find near the Hofbräuhaus in Munich. From our experience trying a number of Ramen places in town, Shoya is one of the better ones and sits in the mid-price range. Around 11 Euros for a bowl of Ramen is quite reasonable...More
Cute authentic little Japanese restaurant by Hofbräuhaus. It beyond satisfied a ramen and beer craving - and being a Japanese-American from LA, I have high ramen standards! Creamy tonkotsu broth, the right amount of veg, and perfect egg noodles - yum.
After a month of bread, croissant, it's good to have something different. We went at lunch time, it was packed, impossible to find a place to seat, so we ordered the takeaway. Return for dinner, not so packed and also not as hot. The food...More
not very interesting to be in this small restaurant, the food is common the staff cannont smile and we can not choose our table while there is nobody but us. It was not a good idea to go there
When here in connection with the BAUMA fair. Small sushi place with a lot of Japanese customers. Thought this was a good indication of quality I ordered a rather big plate of mixed sushi and miso soup for 16 eur which I found very fair....More