All About Food Blog
Home Bondi Junction Ryo’s Noodles Bondi Junction

Review:

I have heard about the reputation of Ryo’s Noodles in Crows Nest for quite a while. However, travelling across the bridge just to enjoy a bowl of ramen isn’t exactly at the top of my list.

Fortunately, they open an outlet a lot closer to home. Ryo’s Noodles just (literally) opened yesterday, 8 October 2015, in Bondi Junction! There were no big fanfares that accompanied the opening. Just a simple, business as usual with a few flyers being handed out.

Ryo's Noodles Bondi Junction

Most of the stuff on their menu is ramen. They have a choice of pork soup, chicken soup, cold noodles and vegetarian noodles. Other dishes include a couple of curry rice and rice balls. But, you should be coming in for Ryo’s Ramen.

Ryo's Ramen Menu

Ramen in spicy hot flavoured soup with roast pork, egg and shallots – $13.50

The ramen’s portion was quite big and they use the wriggly noodles instead of the straight ones. As the name stated, the ramen was actually quite hot!  There were decent amount of toppings with quite generous serving of soup.

Ramen in spicy hot flavoured soup with roast pork, egg and shallots – $13.50

Ramen noodles in pork and fish stock with eggs, roast pork, fried shallots – $15.00

There were more elements in this ramen than the last one. The layers of fish stock was very visible (and possibly quite fattening! ^_^). The soup was also a bit thicker than the previous ramen. I quite liked the extra fried shallots that gave a crunchier taste to the ramen.

Ramen noodles in pork and fish stock with eggs, roast pork, fried shallots – $15.00 - from Ryo's Noodles Bondi Junction

Cod roe rice ball – $5.00

I decided to order the cod roe rice ball because I am actually quite a big fan of rice balls. It looked a bit pricey, but the rice ball was actually pretty big!

Cod roe rice ball - $5.00

The final verdict for Ryo’s Noodles Bondi Junction

I can understand why people lined up in Crows Nest. The ramen at Ryo’s Noodles Bondi Junction was very nice!

Did you know?

This address is the most reviewed in my blog. Three restaurants have occupied this spot for the last five years. The previous two restaurants have all been great-tasting Japanese restaurants that disappeared quite mysteriously.

Rating for Ryo’s Noodles Bondi Junction:


8.0 / 10

Taste: 8.0 / 10

Price: $12 – $16 per ramen or main

Place: 7.0 / 10

 

Details:

106 Ebley Street, Bondi Junction NSW 2022

02 9387 8858

Ryo’s Noodles’ facebook page

Ryo's Noodles Bondi Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Similar articles
Suzuya
0 1294

Manmaru Dulwich Hill
0 1577

2 replies to this post
  1. I was there at Ryo’s Bondi junction today , eating lunch by my self.
    After I have finished my Meal, I went to the cashier , and paid my bill.
    The cashier gave me $3.50 back, so I have decided to give a tip, and I put some of my change to the tip bowl.
    Unfortunately I was stopped , on my way out, by the waiter, and asked me to show him my hand.
    He thought I was stealing the tip money.
    I was so embarrassed, because the restaurant was full of people.

    Not a very pleasant experience.

    Linda

What do you think about it?

Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial
Facebook
@aaf_blog
YouTube