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Hidechan Ramen秀ちゃんラーメン

Ramen

The sister shop to Hakata Daruma and offering the same great flavor, Hidechan Ramen’s homemade thin noodles go perfectly with a rich broth made from carefully selected pork bones slow-simmered over hours. The atmospheric interior has made the shop popular with women as well and lines form out the door day and night. A seven-minute walk from Akasaka Station.

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place Fukuoka Pref. Fukuokashichuouku Kego 2-13-11
phone 0927344436

Review of Hidechan Ramen

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Reviewed:2017/10/23 Soup broth and meat smells porky
It’s clean, the staff are nice and the pork gyoza were good.

But the ramen broth had a VERY strong porky smell. So strong I couldn’t eat the broth.

I know the soup is based on pork bones but this...
Reviewed:2017/09/03 Heaven in a bowl
For JPY1,100 (thats just over USD10), I couldnt ask for anything more. The noodles were al dente, the broth was delicious and the pork was seared to perfection.

There are, of course, a number of...
Reviewed:2016/12/20 Dinner
Lovely cosy restaurant. Be prepared to queue for the good Ramen. Easy order through system and helpful staff. Soup based were rich and the meat tasty.

Details

Address

Fukuoka Pref. Fukuokashichuouku Kego 2-13-11 [map]

Phone

0927344436

Hours
[Weekday Lunch department] 11:30-15:00 (OS 14:30)
[Weekday Dinner part] 19:00-Next 1:00 (OS 24:30)
[Saturday Sunday Public holiday] 11:30-Next 1:00 (OS 24:30)
Closed
Jan.1 Sunday only
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

    There is no Bus Stop nearby.
    There is no IC nearby.

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The most northerly of Kyushu island’s prefectures, Fukuoka comprises castle towns, seaside parks, and Hakata ramen, one of Japan’s most famous noodle dishes. Whether due to its good location or its unique charm, the prefecture’s capital, Fukuoka city, has been voted one of the most desirable places to live in the country—a close-knit community, a thriving food scene, and accessible nature combine for irresistibly laid-back city vibes.

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