350 Bourke St
Phone: (03) 9654 5838
For people who become obsession with ramen I’m going to ramen ya, the name it self is self explanatory they serve ramen but they also serve bento box, rice and sides. This is one of those restaurant that is hard to find and it’s hiding in the alley way.
In ramen ya restaurant the order is simple you order in the counter you’ll pay and get a number then you sit down. Nothing like a cold Ramune in a sunny day, Ramune is a carbonated soft drink made in Japan which has a interesting design, a Codd-neck bottles held a marble on the mouth of the bottle. You push the marble inside the neck of the bottle where it rattles around while you drink.
The house special of CharChu Tonkotsu Ramen is surprisingly good when it only cost $10. The rich saltiness of the broth tasted like corn fed chicken soup, it’s full of flavor that you forget its saltiness which I recommended that some beverage afterward. As the broth provides flavor to the slender noodle it accompany by boiled egg, bamboo shoots, spring onion and thin slice of roasted pork.
|CharChu Tonkotsu Ramen ($10)|
My friend order the unagi bento, it consist of huge portion of rice, seaweed, pork gyoza with some vegis and grill unagi.
|Unagi bento ($12.50)|
Then we also order seafood gyoza and pork gyoza.
|seafood gyoza and pork gyoza ($6.00)|
The silky texture of the pastry fill with seafood, from what I found it's seafood stick that you can find in the Asian groceries
Ramen ya offer cheap and economical of Ramen if you have a budget and wanted a good boil of Ramen.