Warming ramen & noodles

From tonkotsu to tsukemen, here's where you can find the best bowls of ramen in Australia
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Their specialty is ramen and there’s a guaranteed queue out the door every day.

Ichi Ban Boshi - Sydney

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For $100 at Komachi you'll can get a bowl of pork ramen of gargantuan proportions.

Komachi

For $100 at Komachi you'll can get a bowl of pork ramen of gargantuan proportions.

Duck your way past the traditional Japanese noren curtains hanging out the front and you’ll think you’ve been transported straight to a Tokyo noodle house.

Ryo's Noodles

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Haru Inukai, the chef who opened French-Japanese fusion restaurant BlancHaru, is the man behind the bouncy, firm noodles, which are all handmade on site.

Ramen Ikkyu

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An oldie but a goody when it comes to their handmade noodles, shio ramen and a lighter-than-most tonkotsu.

Menya Noodle Bar - Sydney

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At Salaryman, ramen has been elevated to an art form.

Salaryman

This mod-Asian restaurant has changed direction. There's a new head chef and they're not in the ramen game any longer - they're going hard on fusion fare inst

There are ten types of ramen to choose from – half with chicken soup, the other half with a rich pork tonkotsu broth, brimming with collagen that is said to be good for the skin.

Shop Ramen

’ when you walk into Pat Breen and Lydia Wegner’s soup joint. These two are ramen renegades, who roll

A communal workshop for lovers of custom bikes, coffee and cake also does ramen – go figure

Rising Sun Workshop

You can get your hands on some of the good stuff at Ramen O San, located in the food court at Chinatown’s Dixon House.

Ramen O-San

Tonkotsu ramen is the king of Japanese soups: bouncy, silky smooth noodles enrobed in thick, gelatinous pork bone broth.


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Use the picture menu to mix and match your toppings, or go right for the ‘highly recommend!’ head-size bowl of tonkotsu

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The broth at Gumshara is like washing your mouth with pork shampoo - it's rich and unctuous.

Gumshara

Chef Dan Hong calls this ramen 'The Chronic' and after the first spoonful, you'll know what he means.

After conquering New York, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore and Hong Kong, the ramen masters at Ippudo have finally opened a Sydney branch in the new Westfield

Ippudo

The ramen at Ippudo is surprisingly light in texture but big on the porky flavour.

This is not just any ramen, Sydney. This is the real deal. Owner and chef Keita Abe is from Fukuoka in Japan, the home of tonkotsu ramen.

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It’s all about the tonkotsu broth at Hakata Gensuke, winner of Best Bang for Buck at the 2015 Time Out Food Awards.

Hakata Gensuke

The trick to handling the line outside this Japanese ramen shop is simple – take a number, leave someone to wait for you and head across to Crazy Wing to

The Kunming bowl, flagged as something of a house specialty, has the noodles arranged over pork mince, cubes of spongy fried tofu, bean sprouts and preserved greens.

Twisted Noodle Bar

The tradition informing the bowls of noodles and other snacks here is Yunnanese cuisine.

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