Ichiryu Ramen House delivers dishes through holes in the wall

The Dubai restaurant includes anime books, hanging lanterns and solo booths.

If you love your own company, then head over to Ichiryu Ramen House in Dubai. The new Japanese restaurant has solo dining booths, which deliver dishes through a hole in the wall. Located in Wasl Port Views Building Seven, the concept celebrates all things Japan, from the food to the culture.

The De Guzman brothers are behind Ichiryu Ramen House. Head Chef, Raul De Guzman, grew up and studied in Japan, and has a love of ramen. Head of Operations, Karl De Guzman, has lived in Dubai for more than 15 years. Plus, Heads the Creative and Communications, Nicolai De Guzman, has channelled his manga obsession into the fun-filled décor.  

Ichiryu Ramen House pays homage to Japanese culture. The restaurant includes anime books, hanging lanterns, colourful murals and waving cats. Look out for the countertop spots for solo diners, which look like voting booths. The seats are set up to face a curtain, and a hand pops out to take written orders and returns with food.

Ichiryu Ramen House’s menu spans small bites, donburi, ramen, rice toppings and dessert. The small bites include Chicken Katsu, Okonomiyaki and Tori Karaage. The ramen includes Black Ramen, Green Ramen with pesto, Red Ramen with tantanmen and White Ramen. The extras include a Chashu, Flavoured Egg and Nori. The desserts include matcha ice cream.

Ichiryu Ramen House is open Monday to Thursday from noon to 11pm, and Friday to Sunday from noon to midnight.

GO: Follow @ichiryuramenhouse on Instagram for more information.

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