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Published June 16th 2013
Warm up with some Ramen and combat the winter blues
Perfect for a cold winter, Ichiraku serves steaming hot bowls of delicious Ramen with both miso and soy flavoured options mixed into chicken or pork soup bases.
The broth gives you a soothing feel, the same you'd get from having some chicken soup during a cold. The boiled egg and seaweed topping adds a tasty finish and on the side for an extra $3-$6.80, you can add a plate of Gyoza or Salmon Sushi.
Karaage Chicken Ramen - oily chicken based goodness.
The Ramen itself costs around $12 per bowl, but if noodles aren't your thing, then the menu also has a range of Donburi (rice with meat on top, usually coated in teriyaki sauce), Sushi, Sashimi and Bento Boxes. The price range for these dishes are from $12 - $25 for a main, while a platter of sushi will cost around $40 for around 18-30 pieces.
The restaurant is located across the road from Eastwood station, with free street parking available out front and along adjacent streets or in the multilevel car park a short walk away. Eastwood can get pretty busy, especially on weekends, but weeknights can be quiet and parking more easy to find.
Decor is standard with some tables and benched seating along the wall. It's a simple and clean place with all the basic requirements, but most importantly, it serves a good tasting ramen that warms the stomach.