Shoryu Soho offers the widest choice of sake, shochu and umeshu in the UK, with over 150 dishes to savour.
You’re spoilt for choice with the Shoryu Ramen menu. How about Dracula Tonkotsu? A power up tonkotsu broth with caramelised black garlic mayu and garlic chips. There is a vegetarian ramen too. The white natural is a unique tonyu soy milk, miso, konbu & shiitake broth, atsuage fried tofu, kikurage mushrooms, menma bamboo shoots, spring onion, tender broccoli and nori seaweed.
Sakes include the Gekkeikan Gensen Sozai, a natural, crystal clear junmai sake with a full-bodied mouth and dry taste. Gekkeikan Horin is mellow and full bodied, 5 times monde selection grand gold medal winner.
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