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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Menya Itto

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Bangkok's ramen lovers are queueing up an hour before opening time to get a taste of the latest arrival from Tokyo. 
 
The much-hyped Menya Itto claims to be the #1 ranked ramen shop on tabelog.com, which is Japan's most used restaurant ranking site. 
 
Its ramen and tsukemen (dipping ramen) spotlight noodles made in-house daily, tender sous-vide meat toppings, and shio and seafood broths.  
 
The signature Noko Gyokai tsukemen (B270/B350) comes with thick noodles to go in a dense, dripping soup that's a mix of seafood and chicken. This complex, well-rounded broth can also be had in a slightly lighter form as a bowl of ramen (B195/B240) that also features thinner noodles. 
 
Otherwise, you can also order shio ramen (B230), whose chicken base comes doused with salt from Okayama, Japan.
 
Doors open twice daily, at 10am and 6pm, when diners are given queue numbers. There are only 150 bowls served per round, and it's first come, first served. 
 
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Phone: 02-250-7669
Menya Itto, LG/F, Erawan, 494 Phloen Chit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Chit Lom

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-2pm, 6pm-10am

Cuisine:

Japanese

Open Since:

July, 2017
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