Ramen Houryu’s outlet in Susukino has won millions of hearts since 1957. It is known all across Hokkaido for its authentic Sapporo Ramen which is 100% Halal. The Koku-Uma Tori Paitan Ramen tops the list. It consists of Ramen noodles, a soft-boiled egg and some black fungus on the side. It truly has a very unique and distinct flavour to it. The rich flavour of the soup, aroma of miso, and tender noodles will definitely tantalise your taste buds. It is our guarantee!
The Shin-Yokohama is a food court which opened in 1994 and is located in the Shin-Yokohama district of Kōhoku-ku, Yokohama, Japan. Visitors here can try multiple ramen dishes from various stores. There is a heap of little ramen restaurants within the food court, where you order and pay for your meal at a vending machine at every nook and corner. Getting a variety of options is always a good idea and this place beautifully serves this purpose.
8. Gion Naritaya
Halal Ramen Naritaya Gion is a 100% Halal restaurant located in Kyoto. The dishes are prepared using the freshest of ingredients such as the local vegetables of Kyoto and Halal karaage supervised by “Kyoto Karaage Umeshin”. The Maze Soba is the most popular ramen dish served here, however, there are multiple ramen variations on the menu which have won the hearts of many! This restaurant should be visited on your trip to Kyoto.
7. Halal Ramen & Dining Honolu Ebisu
Located just seven minutes from the Ebisu station, this popular ramen joint is one of Japan’s favourites. Halal Ramen & Dining Honolu Ebisu is the third ramen outlet opened after its two pre-cursors Osaka and Nihonbashi in Tokyo. Here you can indulge in flavoursome bowls of ramen served with crisp Nikkoken gyoza. Some of the most recommended dishes served here include the Rich Chicken Soy Sauce Ramen, Spicy Ramen, Fried Chicken Ramen, and Rich Chicken Flavour Ramen, making it a paradise for ramen lovers.
6. Halal Ramen Honolu Nihonbashi
This extremely popular ramen restaurant has two outlets, one in Nihonbashi, and one in Ebisu. And trust us the ramen in both these places is absolutely divine! There are around 21 seats available at the Nihonbashi branch hence, prior reservations become a pre-requisite. The spicy halal ramen is the major crowd puller here and is priced between 7 to 23 USD. Complement your ramen with a portion of Karaage which is typically fried chicken blended in a mix of exquisite sauces. Feeling hungry already? We get you!
5. Naritaya Asakusa
Located in Asakusa, Naritaya is a halal-certified rāmen shop serving some of the most authentic ramen noodles. Their most recommended dish is the Naritaya special maze soba which is priced at around 11 USD, while the ordinary maze soba costs 6.5 USD. Furthermore, you can purchase extra toppings such as flavoured eggs or spring onions for an added flavour. The Special Ramen served here is loved by most of the tourists. This sumptuous delicacy consists of grilled chicken, boiled egg, bamboo shoots and ramen noodles in a tasty chicken broth.
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