A ‘top tip’ for ramen according to The Guardian’s food critic, Jay Rayner, Shoryu Covent Garden is a Theatreland opening for the acclaimed Japanese restaurant fleet. Dine surrounded by sleek, minimalist décor, rustic exposed brickwork and Japanese murals.
The varied Shoryu menu is headed by ramen noodle dishes, made with 12-hour-cooked broth, juicy pork belly and a nitamago egg. Guests can select extra toppings, as well as sides like prawn tempura, gyoza dumplings and doughy shoryu buns. Traditional desserts at Shoryu in Covent Garden include mochi balls, cleansing sorbets and Japanese-inspired cheesecakes and cakes.
Along with a list of enticing house cocktails, Shoryu in London serves iced beers and Japanese whisky, and resident sake experts are on hand to help with matching drinks.
Dining Style: Casual Elegant
Price Range: £25 and under
Credit Cards: Visa , MC , Amex , Maestro
35 Great Queen Street