Naniwa noodles & soups
11 reviews of Naniwa noodles & soups in English
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I love Naniwa noodles and soups..
but unfortunately the queue in front of the store is always sooooooooooooooooooooooo long figuratively speaking.. but it’s so worth it!
once you get in there order anything you want but listen, the food is awesome that’s why you can see all the hungry people standing out there.. so just be a nice buddy and don’t extend your stay there for too long,
it’s like an unspoken rule to get up from your table once you are done will all those delicious dishes..
so that you can make your space for some other hungry folks! And don’t forget to bring your receipt up to the front cashier..
I usually order the woton soup, ( hahaha I know it’s a typical chinese dish and not Japanese) but seriously you can really order anything there, it’s always good and I never ever got disappointed with any of those dishes they served!
Go there and enjoy a super nice bowl of one of the best ramen in town!
If someone deserves a 5 star review than it is that place.
They ALWAYS deliver, the food is always on the same high standard.
I couldn’t imagine a better meal than their Tori Chahan and the fried Gyoza.
Heaven on earth.
My favorite restaurant in whole Germany.
sehr gutes essen mit angemessenen preisen. immer etwas wartezeit mitbringen. nette bedienung, frische zubereitung. gehe mindestens 1-2 mal im monat hier essen.
viel spass und einen guten apetit
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It’s always nice to get warmed up with Japanese soup noodle “Ramen”. It’s very tasty ;) Actually, Naniwa also has good appetizer to go with Japanese beers and Chinese type of rice menu like fried rice and typical Japanese ’’don’’ menu! Only the thing is it’s normally very corwded during lunch and dinner time, so maybe it’s better to go off the crowded time zones!
From 1 (worst) to 5 (best)
Food taste: 3 Good.
Food variety: 3 Many.
Price: 3 Acceptable
Mobility: Easy by private and public transport.
Recommendation and comment:
I don’t know if they take reservation. It seems waiting to be seated is an unique appetizer. You wait outside, but they provide warm blowing air in winter. I think it is kind of their marketing gimmick, using the eager eaters to attract more potentials.
My favorite place to eat noodle soup in Düsseldorf. It is quite small, so you’d better reserve, even for a lunch during the week. This may be something of an inconvenience, since you end up pretty crammed, but the food is worth it.
Starters are delicious, but I have to admit I misunderstood just how huge the soup was : I wasn’t able to finish it. Actually, when you order a soup, you should think of it as a meal in itself…
Lots of Japanese people in there, which usually is a good proxy to evaluate the quality of a Japanese restaurant !
If you like noodles and you like spice good asien style noodle soup, this is the palce wher you should go. The balance between price, quality and amount of food is very good. For 1€ more you get a lot of extra meat.
If you like to come on a Tuesday, sorry to disapoint you but this day is closed. Make any reservation very in advance or calculte at least 30-45 min. waiting time for a table.
Just enjoy and take one of the menue cards with you, maybe you would like to order over phone and just pick it up after 10-15 Min. Yummy noodles!!!
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