It seems Londoners can’t get enough of SHORYU RAMEN, so much so that we’re opening our second site SHORYU SOHO this year! We know you can’t wait that long though, so in the meantime while we hammer and nail things in readiness, we’re opening a temporary SHORYU POP-UP restaurant next door to the new site on Thursday 11th April with 50% OFF ramen for the first 3 days! (Moved from original opening date Monday 8th April).
A little over a month ago Japan Centre opened new restaurant, Shoryu Ramen. Not content with holding the crown for tempura, sushi and other treats at Toku and umai, we branched out into ramen noodles too. Given 4* by Time Out and enthusiastic newspaper and blogger reviews coming in thick and fast, Inside Japan Centre decided to send some of our food-fanatic Japan Centre team over to Shoryu to give you our own review, as we (greedily) were able to sample quite an extensive amount of the menu in one go!
You know how sometimes you just want to eat something quick and easy? For example, even though that expertly grilled medium rare sirloin steak is some of the most delicious, tender and tasty beef available, sometimes a cheeseburger from McDonald’s is just what the doctor ordered (well, probably not my doctor, but you know what I mean)!
Instant ramen are like the cheap and cheerful cheeseburger of the noodle world. Quick and easy to prepare, suitably satisfying for our taste buds and never too expensive. Real ramen from an authetic Japanese ramen bar are also suitably delicious, but that is where the similarities end! Read on and find out why everyone at Japan Centre can’t get enough of the amazing taste of lovingly prepared, high quality ramen noodles!

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HIYASHI CHUKA RAMEN

Noodles in soup are great in winter as they are a perfect food to warm you up when you are cold. But what if you fancy noodles in the summer when you need something light and cool? Well, this is where Hiyashi Chuka Ramen comes in! This dish is made from chilled ramen noodles with a colourful decoration of shredded toppings such as egg, ham, cucumber and ginger, all served in a tasty Japanese soy or sesame sauce.

This dish is really simple to make and because there are so many different toppings you can use, it can be a very flexible dish which is suitable for everyone! Read on for Japan Centre‘s Hiyashi Chuka Chilled Ramen recipe.