Kodawari Ramen (Yokochō) is an immersive dining experience that serves delicious, fully homemade ramen inspired by 1960s Tokyo. Yokochō, meaning "alley" in Japanese, refers to narrow alleys lined with izakayas, bars, and small Japanese restaurants. The restaurant boasts a lovely interior and is situated in a bustling Japanese street-style environment. At Kodawari Ramen (Yokochō), they use only fresh, high-quality ingredients sourced locally or imported from Japan. Their carefully selected ingredients are chosen to bring maximum Umami to each dish. They make homemade pasta using wheat from their field, Breton shellfish dashi, Basque free-range pork chashu, and yellow free-range chicken broths from the Landes. They even use a very fine soy sauce used by the Japanese imperial family, which can be found in Jean-Baptiste Meusnier's kitchen, known as the "Kodawari." Don't forget to taste their Pumpkin Paitan Ramen prepared with Pumpkin Soup, Porcini Oil, Grilled Pumpkin and Pepper.
Ramen Starts from €13.50
Ramen Toppings Starts from €1.50
Desserts Starts from €7.50
Alcohols Starts from €5
Soft Starts from €3.50