Recommended restaurant in Shibuya this time is Ramen: Hayashi.
Restaurant name in Japanese: はやし
Ramen: Hayashi｜Feature Reference
|Business Hours||11:30 AM ~ 3:30 PM|
|Address||1-14-9 Dogenzaka Shibuya Tokyo|
|Business Holiday||Sundays and Public Holidays|
|Access||Shinsen Station (Keio Inokashira Line)|
|Seats||10 counter seats|
|Credit Card||Not Accepted|
Access from the Station
Upon getting off at Shibuya Station(Keio Inokashira Line), head towards the west exit. It’ll only take about 2 minutes on foot to get there.
This how simple the outer view of Hayashi shop is. There’s no English name outside but it is still distinguishable since it’s the only ramen shop between Vintheo (French Resto) and Trattoria Doni (Italian Resto).
Having ten counter seats really is very limited but the place is well organized so it is still comfortable for the customers to dine in. It’s best to visit here when you are eating alone or alongside a friend/co-worker. It’s really qeueing here because this shop only opens on a limited time.
You have 3 options to choose from:
1.Standard Ramen (left button)
2.Ramen with Egg (middle)
3.Ramen with Egg & Pork (right button)
This ramen is known to be no. 1 in Shibuya. The soup is made with pork and fish based soy sauce. To get the full “Hayashi-experience”, it’s best to order ramen with egg and pork.
“Ramen with Egg”
“Ramen with Egg & Pork”
No parking space.
The store will close as soon as the soup runs out.
Not recommended for kids, family dining, and dating.
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— Fuyuhiko Takaya (@fuyuhiko) June 14, 2014
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