Updated: March 13, 2019
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Where To Have The Best Ramen in Sendai!

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When in Sendai, you should try some of the awesome local ramen joints to sample of the local dishes! Here are the best places to do so!

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Ramen Ichibanboshi (らあめん一番星)

Ramen Ichibanboshi is a nice ramen shop in Sendai with a friendly staff and some mighty good ramen, some even say it's the best they've ever had. The best part is that you don't really have to wait in line most of the time. The broth is made with fish and pork broth and gives it a deep and addictive taste. What is more, the soup is covered in toppings, with large slices of pork, bamboo shoots, nori, etc.

Ramen Jiro Sendaiten (ラーメン二郎 仙台店)

Ramen Jiro Sendaiten serves jam-packed ramen bowls so you'll definitely get for your money's worth. They're known for pork ramen with garlic, it's addictively delicious! Depending on the size you order, ramen is between 690-990 yen.
Some others are on team Ramen Jiro as being the best ramen in Sendai. You be the judge!

Chukasoba Kaichi (中華そば 嘉一)

Chukasoba Kaichi serves Chinese style ramen and specializes in chicken broth. This restaurant has been around for a while and is as delicious as always. The broth has a nice and easy taste which isn't overwhelming, yet it retains a nice umami. It's a definite must-have! In fact, it was ranked number one on some gourmet websites for a while.

Ramen Honkamado (らーめん 本竈)

Ramen Honkamodo is famous for their noodles, their shrimp wontons, and their soup made with chicken, pork bones, vegetables and dashi. This restaurant is quite popular and can get crowded during peak hours.

Kumagai (くまがい)

Kumagai is a really popular ramen restaurant and you'll probably have to wait for a bit, but it's completely worth it. When you go, you should try the rich salty chicken ramen (900 yen). It comes with 2 pieces of chicken, and pork chashu, nori, bamboo shoots and a boiled egg.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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