Published on April 11th, 2014 | by Gavin1
Shoryu Ramen, Kingly Court
Japanese culture is spreading like wildfire in London, and this is no more evident than with Shoryu’s fourth restaurant opening in the W1 area. Following openings on Denman St, Regent St, and Air St, the new 55 seater restaurant in Kingly Court launched with a bang (and hammer) on Wednesday 9th April.
The launch saw Shoryu’s famed fresh sushi rolls, ramen noodles, and Hirata buns being showcased beside a newly opened barrel of Gekkeikan Gold sake (with real gold leaf might I add) flown from Japan especially for the invited guests. The restaurant itself is a fire fighter’s worst nightmare with an open plan kitchen and most of the interior made from wood to give an authenticity that matches the food on offer.
With the way the brand is expanding, Shoryu could well be the new Starbucks. Make sure you get down to one of the sites soon so you can lay claim to ‘discovering’ Shoryu Ramen before it goes all mainstream.
Shoryu Ramen, Unit G3-5 Kingly Court, W1B 5PJ