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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published April 14th 2012
Glimpses of the recent food eaten at Ramen Kan


Ramen Kan is a great value for money Japanese restaurant, located near Market City, Chinatown and the Sydney Entertainment Centre. I have been to this establishment for lunch and dinner quite a few times.

Inside Ramen Kan


On this occasion, I visited Ramen Kan on my own, and I was quite satisfied. When you come to this establishment to eat on your own, you are kindly asked to sit at one of the single seat booths near the windows, which can be a little squishy - but I did not mind. I enjoyed drinking a most refreshing serve of Calpis Lychee for $4.30 a pop.

Glimpses of the Calpis Lychee near my entree


For starters I enjoyed the Salmon Salad ($3) which filled the spot, it was refreshing and quite tasty, although my salmon sashimi pieces could have been presented to me with a little less sauce.

Delicious Salmon Salad


For the main course, (I bypassed dessert) the Chicken Teriyaki Udon ($10.90) made for a satisfying feed. Despite being quite hungry, I left some of the soup behind, only eating around two thirds of my bowl of udon. This was a decent dinner that cost less than $20. It was a simple (but rather satisfying) night out, eating decent (and well cooked and prepared) Japanese food served by fairly polite staff.

The yummy Chicken Teriyaki Udon




The entrance to this establishment can be quite dirty, and the lift can take forever to reach the first floor (where the restaurant is located), however don't let this put you off. In fact, I will be back for more and more, and so will some of my friends.

Simple but elegant ambience inside Ramen Kan






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Why? Cheap Japanese food and ramen that is rather delicious.
When: Dinnertime (any night) and Lunch (Sunday)
Where: Ramen Kan, Haymarket
Cost: $15 depending on items ordered
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