Fu Unji Ramen 風雲児Currently Closed
- Timings: 11:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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This place was awesome! I was impressed by how efficient it was considering it was a hole in the wall. Even though there's a wait, it wasn't too long (by American standards) and totally worth it. Would def recommend.
Had the special Ramen and the broth was absolutely delicious. It's menu is small because they specialize and honestly it was nice to have menu a little less overwhelming. Turnover is fast and you can see it's a local fave. I was lucky to have no wait time and the people were very welcoming. Would go back for sure !!
The atmosphere and food are truly authentic. The real treat is watching the chef in action. The man is a master of his craft. Easy to order ticket machine at the front and easy to understand options. The seating is a little tight but it's worth the small hassle of waiting in line. You know it's good when you are the only tourists in there. The crowd was all locals and everyone came across very friendly. I highly recommend this place to anyone looking for a delicious ramen or dipping noodle experience.
I'm thinking there's almost always a line out the door, but if you don't know exactly what you're looking for then it's actually handy because it helps you immediately identify the restaurant. The restaurant is pretty small, and so navigating through the line gets a bit tight at the end. The line ends up going down the dead-end row of counter seats, so you usually end up bumping into quite a few people on your way to your seat. I absolutely love the atmosphere. The music is playing loudly and the head chef/owner is soooo friendly. He's smiling at everyone and clearly loving what he's doing. His energy honestly made me so happy to be there, he also looks like a Japanese pop star. You grab your ticket when you advance in line enough to reach the ticket machine. You give your ticket to the chefs (it's usually the head chef and 2 others) when you sit down or right before you sit down so they can start preparing your food. It's a pretty efficient system, you're pretty much guaranteed to not sit by any people that you came with (so be prepared for that). Water is in pitchers on the counter, so you can refill it yourself without asking. Your food gets put in front of you almost immediately after you sit down. I didn't feel.. rushed necessarily but I didn't feel like taking too many eating breaks was encouraged. The food was absolutely amazing, the flavor profile of broth was fantastic and the quality of the noodles was impeccable. I would come back here again and again. The line can look a little daunting but all the patrons are respectful of the fact that they also had to wait in a very long line, so the turnover is pretty fast. Highly recommend if you're in town.
Amazing dipping noodles. Unique flavor, authentic atmosphere. Easy to use ticket machine with English translation. There's a wait but the line moves pretty fast. There are 15 seats and everyone finishes their meal in less than 20 minutes. Watching the staff in action is great too. Marveled at how efficient everything was. Came back the next day to try the ramen, which is also top notch. But the dipping noodle is the standout. Recommend getting the extra char siu if you're looking for extra meat. Highly recommended stop in Tokyo!