This place specialises Fish dashi ramen (small dried dashi sardine). The small dried sardine stock they use for their specialty ramen gives it a salty and sweet umami flavour. It has a bitter taste after which is quite addictive and the servings they give is rather large compared to a normal ramen place.
Dashi ramen ¥ 800
Everyday: 18: 00 ~ 21: 00, 11: 00 ~ 15: 00
Finesville 1F, 1-2-5 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Tōkyō-to, Shinjuku-ku, 新宿区Shinjuku, 1 Chome−１−２−５ ファインズビル
Tel: +81 3-3226-1221
Halal Ramen Ouka 新宿御苑らーめん桜花
For people who can eat Halal, this is a very popular ramen place. They specialise in spicy HALAL ramen with the soup based on red snapper dashi stock. They also have a vegan ramen which is quite delicious also but this ramen place is slightly more expensive than a typical ramen restaurant.
Spicy dashi ramen ¥ 1300
Monday – Thursday: 12: 30 ~ 15: 00, 18: 00 ~ 22: 00
Saturday, Sunday, Public holiday: 12:30 ~ 22: 00
1-11-7 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81 3-5925-8426
つけめん 中華そば 鈴蘭
Small dried sardine ramen is their specialty. The noodles are thick and toppings of green onion makes a suitable mixture in this ramen. This place quickly runs out during the day, so you have to be quick.
Small dried sardine ramen – ¥ 780
Monday to Friday: 11: 30 ~ 24: 00
Sunday: 11: 30 ~ 23: 00
Closed on Saturday
3 Chome-11-12 Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
Tel: +81 3-3358-2958
Saru-suberi 中華そば つけ麺 百日紅
Small dried sardine tsukemen ramen directly in from Shinjuku station. The sardine stock is not very strong and the soup is very thick. They also have a big menu in which it can be overwhelming to choose. An average ramen restaurant but very convenient to eat for an emergency ramen snack.
Small dried sardine tsukemen ramen ¥ 850
Everyday: 11: 00 ~ 23: 00
Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 3-4-8 Shinjuku Sanwa Toyo Building Saison Plaza B2
Tel: +81 3-6457-8564