Thai Resto TAAN Rolls Out East-Meets-West Seasonal Menu
TAAN’s new seasonal menu, COOKSHOP, celebrates the diversity of Thai food, and how its current iteration evolved alongside Chinese and Western influences.
by: The Beat Asia
August 19, 2022
Dubbed as one of the icons of Japanese culture, ramen is a popular noodle dish filled with hot broth, delectable toppings, and the best ingredient: love. There are many ways to savour it: you can twirl the noodles, sip on its warm soup using a spoon, or slurp directly from the bowl like a true-blue foodie. Whatever your preference, you can never go wrong with a bowl of ramen, especially on cold, rainy days. If you’re in Bangkok, drop by one of these must-try ramen spots in the city.
Situated on the busy road of Ban Thad Thong is Lust Ramen, one of Bangkok’s most sought-after ramen restaurants. For an affordable price of THB99, you can already enjoy a delicious bowl of shoyu tonkotsu ramen. For seafood lovers, you may order tomyomkung ramen topped with three pieces of shrimp for THB189. Side dishes such as chicken karaage, edamame, Japanese arabiki sausage, and more are available to level up your bowl of happiness.
Location: Lust Ramen, 785 Ban Tad Thong Road Wang Mai, Pathum Wan District Bangkok 10330
Founded in 1985, Ippudo Ramen is a renowned ramen brand in the world. It has branches in the most populous city of Thailand, with the restaurant on Phloen Chit road as the main branch. Treat yourself to its best-sellers such as salmon roll, salmon avocado salad, Ippudo fried rice, Ippudo hakata gyoza, and Ippudo pork bun. For price enquiries, contact the restaurant through this link.
Location: Ippudo Ramen, Sirinrat Building, 3388 Rama IV Road, Khwaeng Klong Tan Khet Toei, Bangkok 10110
Mensho Tokyo is a unique, vegan-friendly restaurant that warrants every ramen lover’s visit. It has an extensive menu featuring tasty delights including pork bone ramen, boiled dried Chinese soba, soy sauce soup tsukemen noodles, boiled dried soup dipping noodles, and more. Mensho Tokyo incorporates lamb in its ramen soup for added texture and gamey flavour, which makes the restaurant a complete standout from its competitors. Contact Mensho Tokyo for the price list.
Location: Mensho Tokyo, 571, Sukhumvit 31 Road Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, RSU Tower, Floor G, Bangkok 10110
Uma Uma is a 60-year-old Japanese household name that is popular among urbanites. This restaurant offers rich, Hakara-style noodle dishes with fatty chashu meats. If it’s your first time, order shoyu or miso ramen. If you’re a vegetarian, Uma Uma’s vegetarian ramen is your best bet. For the full menu and price list, message the restaurant on Instagram.
Location: Uma Uma, 39/1 Soi Sukhumvit 23, Klongtuey Noa, Wattana Bangkok 10110
Yamagoya Ramen is a famous Japanese brand that currently has four branches in Bangkok. Known for its signature peppery bowl of ramen, this restaurant is the perfect spot for foodies looking to try other variations of the famous Japanese dish. From ramen bowls such as tonkotsu shoyu, miso shoyu, and vegetarian ramen to soups and sides like miso tofu, edamame, and kimchi, you’ll not run out of choices. If a hot bowl of spicy ramen is up your alley, reserve a table now.
Location: Yamagoya Ramen, Siam Square Soi 7, Rama 1 Road, Bangkok
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