Saw this place in the afternoon and there was a queue outside so I thought it must be good and got in the queue... not quite sure what the hype was about? Fairly tasteless udon chicken broth, nice mushroom starter but not that exciting. The bar set up is pretty cool but yeah.
A very standard Japanese ramen shop. The udon noodles in it are very good. The tempura and pork cartilage are also delicious. A bowl of noodles costs less than £20, which is a bit expensive.
European and American-style Japanese food stores mainly eat fresh food. If the taste is not compared with the requirements of traditional Japanese food stores, it is actually quite good. Compared with ordinary Japanese food stores, they reflect the value of the food itself. It's mainly flavored with various sauces, which are quite delicious.
This Japanese restaurant is located on Hekou Street in London. It is a small restaurant. The decoration of the restaurant is more casual, and the interior is more crowded. The Japanese cuisine here is very authentic, in addition to sushi and ramen, there are other dishes. I like his miso soup, it's delicious.
Go to Koya Bar for udon noodles. The udon is very Q and the soup base is very fresh. The atmosphere of the izakaya is particularly good, suitable for breakfast, but a little light for dinner. The amount is very small, Japanese food is really stingy