This cute little store is located at the bottom of Lan Kwai Fong an only serves 200 bowls of ramen a day.
There is only about 12 seats and during busy meal times, you could be waiting up to an hour for a simple bowl of ramen. With that being said, it’s worth the wait.
Thankfully I didn’t have to wait in line since we went at around 5pm. You can choose what kind of ramen, how it’s cooked, how much oil, chilli, it’s like 車子麵 but Japanese. It’s about 75-100 HK dollars on average.
It was wonderful and I will definitely go back. Worth the wait and price.
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Do they limit it to 200 bowls a day intentionally or is that more of a daily average?
intentionally I think… i’m not sure why though! Although I do know some places in Japan that does that too!
Interesting. I wonder if any places in Canada do any such thing.
i doubt it but it’s worth looking into. Where in Canada are you?
Halifax/Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.