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Japanese: Ramen


Banraiya Overview


10-9 Ishidamori Higashi-chō, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto 601-1439


1 minute walk from Ishida Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Mon: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Tue: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-2:00AM
Wed: Closed
Thur: 11:00AM-2:00PM
Fri: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Sat: 6:00PM-2:00AM

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Banraiya Description

Located in Kyoto, Banraiya offers a unique dining experience. This restaurant specializes in two popular Japanese dishes: ramen and grilled rice. The concept of a standing stall adds a casual and lively atmosphere to the dining experience.

At Banraiya, you can enjoy a variety of delicious ramen dishes, each bursting with flavor. From classic tonkotsu ramen to spicy miso ramen, there is something to satisfy every palate. The noodles are cooked to perfection and the broth is rich and flavorful. The toppings, such as tender chashu pork and marinated bamboo shoots, add an extra layer of deliciousness to the dish.

In addition to their mouthwatering ramen, Banraiya also offers grilled rice dishes that are sure to please. The grilled rice is cooked to perfection, with a crispy exterior and a fluffy interior. Topped with a variety of ingredients such as grilled pork, vegetables, and a savory sauce, each bite is a burst of flavor.

What sets Banraiya apart from other dining establishments is its unique concept of a standing stall. This allows customers to enjoy their meal in a casual and lively environment, reminiscent of the bustling food stalls found in Japan. The restaurant is perfect for a quick and satisfying meal, whether you're dining alone or with friends.

If you're looking for a memorable dining experience in Kyoto, look no further than Standing stall ramen and grilled rice specialty store Banraiya. With its delicious ramen, flavorful grilled rice, and lively atmosphere, this restaurant is a must-visit for food lovers.

Banraiya Reviews

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Banraiya Tabelog Average Rating



Pretty good


It's finally getting cold in Kyoto. But I'm glad I finally went to Mr. Kyoto Akki during the day when it was open. It's very cold here in the winter, so it's a good idea to bring plenty of clothes.
I ordered extra super black meat and extra green onions.
The soft chashu pork has sweet fat, and the combination of the sweetness and saltiness of the soy sauce makes it very delicious.
The noodles were medium thick and had a nice texture, and the ramen had a great balance between the umami and spiciness of the green onions.
It's going to be a cold season, but please take care of your health and do your best!


■Super black backfat soy sauce ramen (average) 950 yen + fried rice 650 yen

Banraya, which was once closed, reopened in October near Ishida Station in Fushimi Ward🎊

This time, it's a simple store with lots of homemade food, and there's space for about 6 people to stand and eat.

There is a gravel space in front of the store, and it seems like one car can be parked there, but it's unclear if it's a parking lot.

The only noodle menu for lunch seems to be ``Super Black Soy Sauce''.

㈫㈭It seems I either forgot to take a photo of the lunch menu or deleted it by mistake, so I checked the price from the menu photo posted in Yocchan's Papa's Tabelog.

Items such as menko are marked with a ✕, and items with unusual tastes such as grated garlic and pepper, as well as chopsticks and astragalus, are placed around the tableware return slot.

At Banrai-ya, I would like to have more meat to make it look more impressive, but I also want to eat ``Yakimeshi''~🤔

There is no half-fried rice set, so the chashu noodles (with extra meat) and fried rice are too much...

I was really confused, but this time I ordered ramen and fried rice!

The ramen comes with a large piece of pork belly and is soft and delicious♪🍜

I think the char siu at Banrai-ya used Ude meat, but it seems like it's belly meat for lunch and Ude meat for dinner...maybe 😅

The soup was thick and crisp with thin straight noodles, and contrary to its dark appearance, the soup was a bit weak and tasted weak when combined with the noodles.

After I finished eating, I realized that I had forgotten to use grated garlic.

It's definitely better if you add it...

The ``yakimeshi'' was moist and had a strong, strong flavor that was quite delicious.

Maybe it was just a coincidence that the soup wasn't very rich.Next time, I would like to try adding more meat.


Translated from Japanese:

I like black ramen and eat it here and there. I also visited the old store, and the current taste is the best in Kyoto. I received the Super Black for 950 yen (tax included). There was no waiting time. Bring it back again...


Translated from Japanese:

Soy sauce miso salt, simple! A lot of salt! No seats, no water, no toilets, and you can't change the hardness of the noodles! Eat quickly and leave quickly. It was good! Soy sauce, miso and fried rice. The volume of extra meat is amazing...

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