Added 19 February, 2013
London has finally discovered the art of high-quality noodles as four ramen restaurants have opened in the city in the last year. Of the few gastronomic genres still eluding this city of immigrants, Japanese noodle soup has been the most glaring. At no-frills Tonkotsu, its eponymous pork-bone stock is served alongside one soy-based and one miso-based version. Chef Ross Shonhan of Nobu fame has opened Bone Daddies, and Ittenbari on Brewer Street features ramen alongside homestyle Japanese katsu and curry.