Ramen

Tokyo Ramen Chain “Oreryu”: Many Choices Under 1 Roof

Tokyo ramen chain “Oreryu Shio Ramen” is the perfect introduction to ramen for visitors to Tokyo. The menus have English and there’s a good variety of ramen to choose from, whether their classic Shio Ramen or the fusion Mushroom and Cheese Ramen. They all taste spectacular.

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There are a grand total of 6 Oreryu Ramen restaurants in Tokyo, with 3 of them in Shibuya. Just look for the orange sign. All pictures here are from the Shibuya branch close to the big Don Quijote store and Bunkamura complex.

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If you’re up for it, I do recommend one of their hybrid ramen, like this cheesy concoction below. It’s heaven on earth when the cheese melts in the soup and each time you retrieve noodles they collect some of that melted cheese.

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Cheese Jjigae (Korean stew) Miso Ramen…the Godfather

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Shio (Salt Ramen)

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Shrimp Wonton Ramen. Tastes similar to Shio but the wonton dumplings provide a seafood jolt.

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Condiments

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The Oreryu Tokyo ramen chain doesn’t disappoint; its variety will keep you coming back for more and more. I highly recommend Oreryu if you’re first-time visitor to Tokyo.

Address: 17-13 Nanpeidaicho Shibuya Tokyo (東京都 渋谷区 南平台町 17-13 ヴェンヴェール1F)
Train Station: Shibuya (Many Train Lines)
Shop Hours: 11:00~24:00 (Open Every Day)

More Info: Tabelog Link   Homepage (Japanese)

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