/Thurs 11:00-20:00/Weekend & Public Holiday 11:00-17:00
Ichibanboshi Ramen. Loved by Sydneysiders for over 20 years, complete with our housemade noodles, soup and ingredients.
In multicultural Sydney, our ramen caters to all palates with our wide range of soups and flavours. We match those soups with our various types of noodles too, so you’ll never get sick of our ramen.Read More
Boiled, chilled or fried; our house made noodles cover all the bases
Starting over 20 years ago, our house made noodles are made by hand every day.Read More
Safe ingredients and hand wrapped: our famous fried gyoza
Ichibanboshi has consistently been hand wrapping each gyoza one by one since we started.Read More
House made stock, sauce and carefully selected ingredients
Donburi rice bowl: really hits the spot with it’s size and homely flavour.Read More
Accented with ramen soup: The ramen shop curry rice
The soup in our house made curry rice is actually our ramen soup, giving you flavour and boldness like no other.Read More
No frozen products, all hand made.
The a la carte menu, also great to enjoy with an alcoholic beverage.
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