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Fu Unji Ramen 風雲児, Shibuya Reviews
The broth is unlike anything I've ever had or even seen before, it's so rich and flavorful. The noodles are nice and firm, the pork melts in your mouth, the bamboo crunches and absorbs the broth, and the eggs are perfectly soft boiled. Everything in their ramen is excellent by itself, and they come together to forms what will be an unforgettable bowl of ramen. Just be aware of the wait time though; we came at opening time and waited for half an hour for a line just out the door, and by the time we finished the line ran into the park across the street. The food comes out quickly and efficiently though, so it's just because everybody wants to eat here and there aren't that many seats. I wouldn't come here with a group larger than four, and would even be weary of groups larger than two. People are seated just as seats free up, and since most groups are of one and two, a group of four would need say four single eaters or two groups of two to leave at the same time, as smaller groups will be seated first even if they're behind you in line.
This is one of the most popular ramen restaurants in Tokyo, and you can tell immediately by the long queue outside. We went on a Monday evening and waited for about 45 minutes. However, the food was so good that I would’ve waited much longer. They are known for their tsukemen (dipping noodles) and we ordered the special version. The soup was rich and dark, and it had a flavor that I’ve never tasted before. The portion size was very filling but I wanted to eat much more just because it tasted so good. If you’re not in a rush, coming to Fuunji is a must!
This place is just fantastic. Best Ramen I've had in Japan. The broth is wonderful - thick and full of flavour. The prices are also very reasonable. Even though there may be a long line at times (due to the small number of seats and the popularity) this place is definitely worth the wait. The method of ordering through a vending machine also helps speed up the process, so that by the time you are seated, your meal is pretty much ready to be served.
Loved this! Only wish I had more time to savour it, which is hard to do when there's a row of people looking over your shoulder. You have a choice for medium or large portion of noodles, and when you're done with that, don't forget to pour the dashi stock into the leftover dipping sauce to get all of that salty goodness. Come during the lull hours (e.g. 11am) to cut down your wait times.
Great tsukemen! Noodles had excellent texture and chew, the broth was nice and thick, and service was fast! Line up moves quick and the people are really nice. Vending machine makes ordering easy. Deluxe dipping noodle is the way to go. They will ask if you want medium or large once you give your ticket. We got the medium which looked small but it was filling. The large is a lot of food!
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