Ramen DO

Fantastic menus ($25)

Hokkaido Saketoba Ramen

This special Ramen uses ingredients that are rarely available, even in Japan: Rausu Saketoba (similar to Salmon Jerky), Rausu kelp, and Rausu salmon clause.

Rausu is a town located in Nemuro Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan. The word "Rausu" originates from the Ainu word Raushi, roughly meaning "Low-land" or "Place of men with beast-like spirit". Rausu Saketoba, Rausu kelp and Rausu clause are very famous in the place, but they are rarely available even in Japan. This special Ramen is a phantom, so once you miss this chance, you will never eat it.

Please note: Limited to 10 Ramen per day

Basic Information about Ramen Do

Mon & Wed - Fri 11:45 - 14:00 & 18:00-21:00

Sat & Sun 12:00-14:00 & 18:00-21:00

  • Parking information around the restaurant

No parking, but you can find parking spots on St Bendicts St, Upper Queen St etc - enough spaces around the restaurant.

  • Features of the restaurant

The restaurant has an uncompromising approach to the quality of Hokkaido Ramen, incredibly particular about handmade noodles, Ramen soups, and BBQ porks (Cha-shu).

Introducing the Chef

Hidenobu

I trained at the Teshikaga Ramen Head restaurant, and a branch in Sapporo, Hokkaido in Japan, and have been particular about making authentic ramen, soup, handmade noodles, etc.

I have been a chef for 40 years and confident of a good sense of food.