Heddon Yokocho celebrates Japanese regional ramen cuisine, from northern Hokkaido to Kyushu in the south with all the broths and ramen noodles in between.

What broth floats your boat? Miso, shio salt or vegan, Heddon Yokocho has got them all and more. Are you a lover of a chijire wavy noodle, or more of a slick thin hosomen fan? Discover all these regional specialities at this downtown retro ramen bar and transport yourself to the nostalgic bright lights and lively ‘yokocho’ alleyways of Showa era Japan on Heddon Street.

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3 things to try when you’re there

The Yokocho for the meat lovers, Spicy Tantan Men Ramen & Crispy Chicken Karaage.

You might not know but..

Yokocho is Japanese for an alleyway, these famously narrow streets packed with delicious restaurants, dive bars and izakaya sit hidden off the main streets in every city of Japan.

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Dining solo? Discover the brand new “Shuchu Booths” – translated as “focus booths” – so guests can focus on their ramen. Each of the booths, snugly enclosed into a table for one, are designed to help guests focus and soak up the absolute perfection of the noodle bowl, with minimal distractions to relax and truly appreciate the meal.