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    Kagura Ramen, a little piece of Japan in Madrid

    Hello everyone! Today I’m going to do another review of a restaurant that I visited the last time I was in Madrid. I´m talking about Kagura Ramen, one of the most famous ramen restaurants in the city nowadays. Keigo Onoda, Chef of Kagura Ramen, has been improving his recipe over the years to become the success that it is today. In addition, the restaurant has a team in charge of making the noodles daily, a fundamental piece of its success. His specialty is Ramen based on pork broth and vegetables, seasoned with shouyu sauce or miso. They also offer their seasonal ramen menu choices such as the famous Tantanmen, which…

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    Ramen Shifu

    It´s been two years already since I left Madrid and it surprises me how much the popularity of ramen has grown in this time. The locals can choose from dozens of restaurants where you can have an incredible meal for a very affordable price. On my last visit to Madrid, I decided to give a try to Ramen Shifu, which I had heard so much about and red very good reviews on the internet. I was eating at the restaurant located in Zurbano street (you can find another two restaurants in Ayala and Calle de Toledo), tiny but incredibly cozy, where ramen addicts can find a menu fully specialized in…

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    Ramen – Ya Restaurant

    In the heart of Amsterdam you´ll find one of my favorite ramen restaurants, Ramen – Ya. It´s conveniently located near the Dam square and the red light district, so it´s a great place to go after a long walk discovering Amsterdam (especially in those days of cold and rain). They are specialized in Hakata style ramen, which is a local variety of Japanese ramen. The broth is really creamy, thick and rich (is based upon pork bones and boiled for several hours), and the noodles are straight, firm and thin . The restaurant is very is spacious and Service is friendly and fast, they do their best to make you…