There are two place bearing that name: a tiny one in Dajwór Street, and a relatively spacious, bright restaurant in Czysta Street. The menu obviously consists of ramen, prepared with extraordinary diligence and competence; both chefs learned to cook this dish at a culinary school in Yokohama. “Our flavours are primarily Japan-centred” – states the restaurant’s website – “though we remember that ramen originates from China and is also served in Thailand, Korea and Vietnam.”Broths at RamenP eople are prepared in meat and vege versions (excellent mushroom broth cooked on shiitake, served with Pleurotus fungi and herbs), and come in three levels of spiciness. The restaurant also offers tsukemen, i.e. separated ramen – the broth and noodles are served in separate bowls.