Rich and creamy Hakata style ramen
Hakata ramen is known to be mild and refined, but at Kyushu Jangara Ramen, you can get it deliciously rich and creamy!
They used to be a cram school, but when they started serving Raman as a side biz, it took off. Consequently, they’re continuing the ramen but not the cram school! You’ll find that the decor feels a little weird and fun, kind of like school.
The Menu at Kyushu Jangara Ramen
I had the Bonshan ramen, which is the thicker version of the Kyushu Jangara Ramen, their standard dish. And oh my, it was delicious! It’s a creamy texture you don’t quite get with regular Hakata ramen. I got the ajitama egg topping as well, which melted into the ramen and was delicious. For me, the amount of food was plenty to fill me up. I drank most of the soup too.
My friend had the Karabon, basically the spicy version of the Bonshan.
If you’re curious, here’s the menu that was at our seat. You can choose “zenbu iri” (all-in) for all the toppings. Otherwise, you can get the standard noodles or just specific toppings. That’s why there are multiple options per type of ramen.
Kyushu Jangara Ramen is actually a chain, so you’ll be able to find them in other locations too. When we visited, it was in Omotesando, but it wasn’t too crowded. A nice place to stop by for a lunch after visiting Meiji Jingu!