Fukuryu Ramen

11:30am - 3:30pm
5:30pm - 9:30pm
Level 1 22-26 Corrs Lane Melbourne


In the same Corrs Lane building as spicy Sichuan House and Brutale, Fukuruyu Ramen is perfect for noodle chasers. Fukuryu Ramen (‘lucky dragon’ in Japanese), is the result of a complete renovation of the large, first-floor space, seating around 70 at small wooden tables and bench seating.

Fukuryu Ramen is owned by an Indonesian restaurant group that is also involved in a popular chain of ramen restaurants (Ikkousha) in Japan and South East Asia. The group is also opened the original Ikkousha restaurant in Fukuoka, Japan – home of the tonkotsu ramen – and this is the restaurant group’s first venue outside of Asia.

The first part of the menu is full of traditional ramen options: tonkatsu, miso, shoyu (soy sauce seasoned) and shio (salt seasoned) – The common denominators for most ramen establishments. They are made with rich broths, handmade noodles, thinly sliced meat that falls apart, and a perfectly cooked egg.

Then there are a few more ‘modern’ ramen styles that reflect trending styles straight from Japan. These include a dry vegetarian ramen, a dry oil ramen and a spicy ramen, with new additions to this part of the menu regularly, including tsukemen (dipping noodles), chicken tonkatsu, black ramen and red dragon ramen. There is also a small plates menu, with additional pub-style sharing plates to accompany a selection of Japanese beers, sake and rice wine.

Updated: August 17th, 2017

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