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Japanese: Ramen

Zyurumen Ikeda

Zyurumen Ikeda Overview


1-chōme-6-12 Meguro, Meguro City, Tokyo 153-0063


+81 (0) 3-5740-6554


5 minute walk from Meguro Station (West Exit)

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Tue: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Wed: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Thur: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Fri: 11:30AM-2:30PM
Sat: 11:30AM-2:30PM

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Zyurumen Ikeda Description

Located in Tokyo, Zyurumen Ikeda is a hidden gem for lovers of Japanese cuisine. This restaurant specializes in tsukemen, a type of ramen where the noodles are served separately from the broth. The unique feature of Zyurumen Ikeda is their rich and flavorful broth, made from a secret recipe that has been passed down through generations.

When you visit Zyurumen Ikeda, be prepared to embark on a culinary journey like no other. The restaurant's decor is simple and traditional, creating a cozy and inviting atmosphere. As you delve into their menu, you'll find a variety of mouthwatering options to choose from. Their signature dish, the Zyurumen, is a must-try. The thick and chewy noodles perfectly complement the savory and aromatic broth, creating a harmonious blend of flavors.

What sets Zyurumen Ikeda apart from other dining establishments is their dedication to quality and authenticity. Every ingredient is carefully selected to ensure the highest standards of taste and freshness. The chefs at Zyurumen Ikeda have mastered the art of creating a truly unforgettable dining experience. So, if you're looking to unlock the secrets of Japanese cuisine, Zyurumen Ikeda is the place to be.

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My first meal out at beginning of five-month stay. Was not aware of tsukamen style ramen. 900 yen for normal size - just enough, not too much. Rich broth, almost a sauce. Will return.


This place is seriously the most legit tsukemen I have had. Rich dipping soup and in house noodles better than any I have had.




Translated from Japanese:

Tsukemen - I might like the boiled egg chashu dipping sauce to have a bit more punch. But it's delicious enough. I don't go to Meguro often, so I might not have many opportunities to try it, but I'm also really interested in salted tsukemen. The taste of chashu is good...


Translated from Japanese:

I went there because I was curious about the flat curly noodles that had been mentioned in the reviews. Salt Tsukemen 300g: 1,050 yen Flavored egg: 120 yen I arrived after 12:00 and there were 3 people in line. Within 10 minutes, I was let inside. (Buy tickets first...


Translated from Japanese:

I thought the Shinkansen would be crowded this holiday season, and I had to use my paid leave to get back home a day early, so I visited Zurumen Ikeda, which I had been frequenting at my home after working at the head office.✋It was my first time eating there in 4 years. However, the one and only tsukemen was still delicious...

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