BANGKOK RESTAURANT

Fujiyama GoGo

Bangkok's best spot for tsukemen, a popular derivative of tonkotsu created by Yamagishi Kazuo, the godfather of Tokyo’s ramen scene.

Fujiyama GoGo specializes in tsukemen, a popular derivative of tonkotsu created by Yamagishi Kazuo, the godfather of Tokyo’s ramen scene. The Umakara Tsukemen (B230) features cold, super-springy noodles (almost like udon) that are dipped into a bonito and tonkotsu broth which has been braised for 48 hours for an intense flavor. Slurp away as you would with a good zaru soba, stopping only to partake in the thickly sliced, tender chashu. Induction heaters also sit alongside each table for guests to reheat the broth if it gets too cold.

Fujiyama GoGo specializes in tsukemen, a popular derivative of tonkotsu created by Yamagishi Kazuo, the godfather of Tokyo’s ramen scene.

The Umakara Tsukemen (B230) features cold, super-springy noodles (almost like udon) that are dipped into a bonito and tonkotsu broth which has been braised for 48 hours for an intense flavor.

Slurp away as you would with a good zaru soba, stopping only to partake in the thickly sliced, tender chashu.

Induction heaters also sit alongside each table for guests to reheat the broth if it gets too cold.

Venue Details
Address: Fujiyama GoGo, 28/1 Sukhumvit Soi 39, Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 02-662-6822
Area: Phrom Phong
Cuisine: Japanese
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am-11pm; Sat-Sun 11am-10pm
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