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Published June 12th 2014
Broth and noodles fit enough to bath in
Ramen. Ramen. Ramen. If you are up for awakening your tastebuds with the delicious noodles in broth the Ichiban Boshi at Bondi Junction is up there for some cheap and cheerful sustenance.
Define ramen: noodles in broth/soup often flavoured with Miso or soy.
Famous with its Japanese and other nationalities alike this establishment is tenable. Located in the Oxford St Mall just moments from the train and bus terminals transport is easy. Diners beware dinner time is its peak and expect to fight for a table. The service is quick and the turnover high. Everything is prepared with care.
Ra Ra Ramen
Signature ingredient: roast pork.
We added additional veggies for the added vitamins; choy sum and mixed vegies for $2 and $3 respectively. **Generally, all ramen have some form of vegetables included whether it is delicious sweet corn, bean shoots, dried seaweed or shredded leak.
Rice-eaters you have some options too with the usual Japanese suspects – Karrage chicken, Katsu-don and Unagi (eel) sets. Udon specialists this place has a good staple – but, it is a noodle place so don't over-expect!