Row 1

3 Panton St (Haymarket)
London, SW1 4DL
+44 20 7930 3511
$ $
Mon–Sat: Noon–3:00 PM

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  • Truffle edamame? Calpico? Veggie ramen? Bring them all on! Really impressed, this ramen is out of this world.
  • THE EGGS. Order their God-darn ramen eggs. Probably one of the most delicious eggs I've ever, ever had. Quality of ramen broth differs from day to day.
  • although I'm not a vegetarian, I did loved the veg broth so much. Super delicious ramen. And try the truffle Edamame - big surprise.
  • The best ramen in London, but I hate the enforced tip. Just charge more and pay your employees more. Japanese restaurants shouldn't have tipping culture.
  • Tonkitsu X with extra hard noodle and Uijin beer
  • Can get quite busy so bookings are recommended
  • Truffle ramen + egg were delicious. Try the peach and citrus sake. You won't believe they're alcoholic. Unfortunately it's terribly hot and tight seating. Dress light. Be slim :(
  • Amazing food. Make sure to try the truffle starter. All the ramen noodles were super tasty. (It does feel a tad bit expensive though.)
  • Ramen!! Although I haven't had the rice options, the ramen is so good I pretty much would trust anything in their menu!
  • Tried something different, and it was gooooooood. :) if you're a fan of truffles, try their truffle ramen! unique :)
  • I really wanted to love you, Kanada-Ya, but as a New Yorker who has tried some of the greatest hits of ramen, this doesn't even compare.
  • Always a bit stressful to get in, but the ramen is my favourite in London. I like the noodles soft, the other options are just too raw.
  • I believe this is the most authentic Japanese ramen you can get in London, I would definitely recommend it from Japanese point of view!
  • This is one of the best ramen places in London, the tonkotsu is sooo tasty! Great ramen!
  • my favourite with tonkotsu
  • La mejor sopa japonesa que he probado !
  • They live up to the hype. Tonkotsu-X has a pork and chicken broth and it's so god damn delicious I want to enshrine my ramen. (Eggs sold separately)
  • Edamame with truffle oil
  • Both Truffle ramen and Gekikara were good. Although some may find Gekikara too spicy (not me!). Didn't care much for their Karaage, but Aburi chashu was delish.
  • Fantastic pork broth in the ramen