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Ramen  Ramen Blog  Best Ramen Weekday Wanderlust | Restaurant to Try: Kodawari Ramen, Paris

Kodawari Ramen

There aren’t many new places that I’ve discovered lately here in Paris, but there is one in particular place that I love and always go back to: Kodawari Ramen.

It’s a very authentic restaurant in its design, a ramen joint that will transport you straight to Tokyo: Lost in Translation-inspired posters, furniture, bookshelves and Japanese lanterns, a long bar along the kitchen and tables made of bottle crates at the back of the room. And while I may know little about other ramen places in the city, it’s said that this one serves some of the best ramen in Paris.

Kodawari Ramen


29 Rue Mazarine


75006

Ramen  Ramen Blog  Best Ramen Weekday Wanderlust | Restaurant to Try: Kodawari Ramen, Paris

Kodawari Ramen

Ramen  Ramen Blog  Best Ramen Weekday Wanderlust | Restaurant to Try: Kodawari Ramen, Paris

@kodawariramen

Ramen  Ramen Blog  Best Ramen Weekday Wanderlust | Restaurant to Try: Kodawari Ramen, Paris

@kodawariramen

Cerises pochées, crémeux de coco et croustillante meringue accompagnent une douce Mascarpone à la crème de coco

Ramen  Ramen Blog  Best Ramen Weekday Wanderlust | Restaurant to Try: Kodawari Ramen, Paris

Tokyo inspiration via @lilyrose

Ramen  Ramen Blog  Best Ramen Weekday Wanderlust | Restaurant to Try: Kodawari Ramen, Paris

Tokyo inspiration via @lilyrose

Ramen  Ramen Blog  Best Ramen Weekday Wanderlust | Restaurant to Try: Kodawari Ramen, Paris

@kodawariramen

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