Suzuran | すずらん 恵比寿店
Style: Chinese-style Shoyu Ramen
Bowl to Crush: Wontonmen | 雲呑麺
Suzuran is famous for fresh handmade noodles served in dishes bearing a striking Chinese influence. This is a quieter, more refined establishment than your typical Tokyo ramen shop. The dishes can range well over 1,500 yen — some of the more expensive bowls of ramen in the city. But they're high-quality and enormous; and Suzuran's menu is wildly extensive. Once you've tasted the noodles, all doubts about the price point disappear.
Suzuran offers shoyu ramen, wontonmen, chashumen with roast pork, kakuni ramen with chunks of juicy stewed pork belly, and tantanmen with sesame and chili oil. Depending on the dish, you can choose from thin straight noodles, flat and wide noodles, thick tsukemen noodles and more. Everything is house-made and delicious, but we're partial to the wontonmen – delicate handmade wontons and fresh springy noodles served in a light, pleasantly oily shoyu soup. Watch out for seasonal specialties too.
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat: 11:30am-3pm, 6pm-11pm
Days Closed: Sunday
1-7-12 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
東京都渋谷区恵比寿1-7-12 久保ビル 1F