Where to eat Ramen in Paris?

Where to eat Ramen in Paris?

When it comes to Ramen (and more Japanese food) if you’re not familiar with Paris you probably don’t know that the “Rue Saint-Anne”-and the street that cross it “Rue des Petits Champs” in Paris (Ier Arrondissement) is pretty famous for its bunch of Japanese restaurants.
But if you want to find some good Japanese Ramens restaurants you should definitely check out this street, especially if you’re wondering where to eat Ramen in Paris?

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If you came onto this blog then I suppose you’re already familiar with Ramen and maybe Japanese food in general. Although just in case, if you don’t know let me explain to you what Ramen is.

Ramen is a Japanese dish, quite simple. It’s composed of a bowl of wheat noodle soaking in ramen soup which is usually a meat broth, flavoured either with miso or soy sauce, green onions, seaweed and some various topping depending on the region you eat them. Each region having its speciality.

If you want to find out more about Japanese foods, check this out!

The restaurants below are classed from my favourite to least favourite.

Where to eat Ramen in Paris?


Where to eat Ramen in Paris?

Small sized ball of ramen with a Gyudon.

Where to eat Ramen in Paris?

Big sized ball.

Dosanko Larmen is definitely one of my favourite restaurants on this street. They offer you a various choice of ramen (Including vegetarian option). You have the choice between two sizes of bowls and with a menu or not (the menu include four gyozas but no drinks).
Their ramens are honestly so delicious!
Price wise Dosanko Larmen is slightly more expensive than the other restaurants on this street. It goes between 13€ to 18€ (without a drink) but I’d say it’s still fairly cheap to eat one big filling bowl of ramen.


Where to eat Ramen in Paris?

Naritakke restaurant is located 2 min away from Dosanko Larmen further on the “Rue des petits Champs”.  I probably love this ramen restaurant just as much as I love Dosanko Larmen. Though I have a slight preference for Dosanko soup.
Despite this, it is a safe bet to go to Naritakke.  Just looking at the picture above is making me drool. Price wise it’s slightly cheaper than Dosanko it starts around 11€ to end around 16€ if I remember correctly.


Where to eat Ramen in Paris?

Those restaurants are located one opposite the other on the street and pretty much offer the exact same dishes just served under different names. This is usually where most people go as they are a little cheaper in price and offer various kind of menus. Though, if I had to choose they would be my last choices. Don’t get me wrong they taste fine, nothing bad about them but they’re not just as good as Dosanko’s or Naritakke’s ramens.
One little plus is that you can also find curry rice there or donburi, fried noodles. Price goes from 10€ to 13€ for a regular ramen.

Those are my go-to ramen restaurants. If you ever feel like eating a ramen in  Paris you should definitely check them out!
Have you ever eat ramen or tried one of those restaurants? Let me know in the comments ^_^



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