Where can I find best ramen in Bangalore?

The popularity of K-drama & Anime shows had a significant hike recently; which led the fans wanting to taste Ramen – the famous Korean and Japanese dish! Here are some best restaurants in Bangalore which can satisfy your Ramen cravings; Harima, Mamagoto, Taiki, The Himalayan, The Fatty Bao, Daily Sushi, Pot-O-Noodles.

Harima: One of Bangalore's oldest Japanese restaurants; has few ramen options that you can choose from. The Shoyu Ramen here has exciting flavors of Japanese food; creamy chicken broth, boiled egg, leeks, ginger soy sauce noodles with chicken, and spring onions. Harima's ambiance makes it a perfect place for dine-in.

Harima

Mamagoto: Planning to go on a lunch date with your K-drama fans, head to Mamagoto to have some mouth-watering noodle bowl. Ramen fans have plenty of flavors to choose from Mamagoto’s exciting Ramen bowls.

Mamagoto

Taiki: Head to this new kid in Town! Try Taiki's Yasi Ramen with fried tofu, bamboo shoot, snake bean, and corn. Indulge in the yummy taste of the seafood ramen and chicken ramen prepared fresh, which is touched by only your hands.

Taiki

The Himalayan: Winter is almost here! Watch your favorite K-drama with some delicious bowl of Korean noodles from The Himalayan. Try the Korean Chicken Ra Myun, the Korean flat noodles loaded with juicy chunks of chicken, vegetables, and spicy soup.

The Himalayan

The Fatty Bao: If you just can't resist a good Pan Asian meal, then Fatty Bao would be your go-to restaurant in Bangalore. They have loads of ramen options for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Try Miso Butter Ramen with Tempura Vegetables for an authentic Japanese experience. They are shut on Mondays, but no worries, as they accept online orders on Mondays.
The Fatty Bao

Daily Sushi: For a bite of yummy ramen, head to this popular Korean restaurant for their excellent noodles bowls. Ramen lovers have a wide range of mouth-watering Ramen to choose from. Try Chicken Katsu Ramyun, the Korean flat noodles submerged in a tasty soup with chunks of juicy chicken, seaweeds, and vegetables.

Daily Sushi

Pot-O-Noodles: We know that Ramen is slightly expensive, but this chain restaurant serves all sorts of slurpy goodness, including delicious Ramen. There’s also a Thai-inspired one if you like- Thai curried Ramen. The seafood ramen is another favorite.

Pot-O-Noodles