Taketora, TokyoCurrently Open
- Address: Japan, 〒160-0021 Tōkyō-to, Shinjuku-ku, Kabukichō, 2 Chome−３６ 歌舞伎町2−36−3 アシベ会館 1F, Tokyo
- Timings: 12:00 am - 09:00 am Details
About Taketora, Tokyo
Taketora is situated in Tokyo, Japan.
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Taketora, Tokyo Reviews
We ate here three times. It is behind our hotel in an inconspicuous place. Turned out to be a great choice. They open from 11am to 9am so that is about as late night as you can get. We had all of the different types of ramen that they make. The salad and gyoza were good too. The prices are very reasonable and the food tastes great. I had the shoyu ramen every time. The staff is friendly and helpful and we got a private room every time we went there. It had its own sliding door for the privacy. People do smoke there but it was tolerable when you closed the sliding doors. We had to wait in line a couple of times but it was worth it.
Recommended by my friend - another great ramen place if you like fish broth based noodle.
Great broth and service. My only complaint was the ramen came with 1 peice of chasu pork, instead of 2. Noodles were average. Overall good experience, great for late night.
Traditional ramen restaurant with a very wide selection of different types of ramen. I had the pork broth ramen (tonkotsu). It was very rich and salty but with a hint of fish smell which I personally don't like that much. Excellent noodles, thick and chewy and nice tender pork meat.
Good ramen quite cosy place interesting japanese style