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Shoryu opens their new branch in Kensington this month
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Shoryu opens their new branch in Kensington this month

Heralding their 11th restaurant in the capital after 10 years in the UK, Shoryu will opening a new branch on the 19th September at 190 High Street Kensington, providing a fantastic setting for you to enjoy the Japanese dishes the restaurant is famed for: Hakata tonkotsu ramen, a silken pork soup with thin ramen noodles as well as Hirata Buns filled with pork, chicken, tofu or pumpkin.

You’ll be able to watch the chefs prepare your meal in the open kitchen from the 70 seater restaurant, designed by Maja Mayall at Blumen Design. Enjoy your sake, limited edition cocktails or ice cold Japanese beer in the stylish tiled bar area, decorated in traditional Hakata Bei style.

This West London location will undoubtedly become a hotspot given its proximity to the Design Museum so make haste and get slurping.

Address: 190 Kensington High St, London, W8 7RG

Website: https://www.shoryuramen.com

Written by Claire Selby

Photography courtesy of Shoryu

#japanese #kensingtonhighstreet #Shoryu #westLondon

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