It's ok place to eat ramen given there's no good ramen place in Stockholm, but I wasn't excited with my bowl. The broth wasn't thick enough.
Sea salt ramen is the best but much is good and cheap and nice restaurant cool design i like to sit by the bar
Get the Wontop soup and a side of gyozas. Perfect broth! Affordable and quiet atmosphere.
Delicious ramen and gyoza. Pity that ramen are not on the lunch special (95 SEK). You have to pay 110-140 SEK, which is a bit pricey.
Good Ramen is hard to find in Stockholm, but this is definitely one of the best places to go if you're a ramen lover! Simple interior, great ramen, and friendly service!
The Nabe-yakin Udon I tried was pretty authentic and had the balanced taste. Slurping up the warm soup with chewy udon noodles will warm your body up during the winter!
My favorite ramen in the world (haven't been to Japan yet though). Get the Geikikara, it's amazing.
Good ramen! pricey if you compare to Japan. One weird thing is that the vegetarian option is more expensive than pork. The server said that vegetables were more expensive than pork which is weird.
Ramen is good, expensive but good. But the smell inside this small cafe is really not pleasant and forces one to leave the place as soon as he's done with the food. Maybe that's the idea?
Shio is very good, very by the book noodles not great, not bad. They did not do an authentic marinated egg, it's just cracked straight into the bowl. Tried the wife's veggie miso