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Ramen Nanasai Hotel Description

Located in Tokyo, Ramen Nanasai Hotel is a must-visit restaurant for ramen enthusiasts. This cozy establishment offers a unique dining experience with its delicious and authentic ramen dishes. The restaurant's interior is tastefully decorated, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for guests to enjoy their meal.

One of the standout features of Ramen Nanasai Hotel is its diverse menu, which showcases a variety of ramen options to suit every palate. From classic tonkotsu ramen to spicy miso ramen, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Each bowl of ramen is expertly prepared using high-quality ingredients and traditional cooking techniques, resulting in a rich and flavorful broth that is sure to satisfy.

What sets Ramen Nanasai Hotel apart from other ramen restaurants is its commitment to quality and attention to detail. The chefs here take great pride in their craft, ensuring that each bowl of ramen is a work of art. Whether you're a ramen aficionado or simply looking to try something new, Ramen Nanasai Hotel is the perfect destination for a memorable dining experience.

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Ramen Nanasai Hotel Overview

Address

2 Chome-1 Yaesu, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0028

Phone

+81 (0) 3-5542-1877

Access

4 minute walk from Tokyo Station Yaesu Underground Central Exit (JR) and Nihonbashi Station (Subway)

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Mon: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-10:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Home Delivery

Take-out Available

Wheelchair Accessible

Family-friendly

Non-smoking

WiFi Available

Ramen Nanasai Hotel Reviews

Ramen Nanasai Hotel Google Average Rating

3.5

5

Google
Really delicious ramen, the noodles are so deicious and chewy, i wish it came a little firmer. I got the katame noodles but it was still a tad too soft for my liking. Every single topping was extremely high quality and the soup was clean yet deep and despite the thick noodles and generous toppings, the meal felt light and refreshing

4

Google
Meat soba (dried sardines) topped with flavored eggs costs 1,450 yen.

The soup has a good flavor from the dried sardines and is delicious. Also, the texture of the onions also changes the taste, which is good.
I drank it completely.

The meat is half thick and chewy, and half thin. You can enjoy the flavor of the fat and the flavor of the meat. Although it contained a considerable amount, it did not feel heavy on the stomach.

The noodles are flat noodles.
It goes well with soup, and the chewy texture is fun. I wonder if it would have been better to have a large portion.

The flavored eggs were delicious when you cut them in half and poured the soup over them.

Inside the store, there are water pots at each counter and paper aprons, which are helpful for office workers when eating ramen.

The inside of the store is not very large, but I think it can fit about 10 people.

It was delicious ramen.
I was satisfied even though I paid 1450 yen.

4

Google
I had the special niboshi ramen. The color of the soup was so dark that I couldn't see the noodles and only realized they were flat noodles when I picked them up with chopsticks (lol) I thought the soup was very similar to "Nagi". It's a little spicy and has a lot of sardine flavor. It was very delicious and went well with the flat noodles. There were two types of chicken chashu and pork chashu, but the chicken chashu felt a little mismatched. It went well with the pork chashu. Unlike the menu photo, the boiled egg was a whole egg, and the yolk was melty and delicious. Ramen Street was very crowded as it was a long weekend, but I was glad that I was able to eat right away as there were not many people passing by. It's a hidden gem. Thank you for the meal!

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