When? December 7, 2015
What is it? Specialising in authentic Tonkotsu ramen, this is their 2nd London site.
Who’s behind it? The brand was founded by Kanada Kazuhiro in Yukuhashi, Japan, back in 2009.
Size? Seating up to 56 covers over 2 floors (ground and basement).
What’s on the Menu? Kanada-Ya’s signature ramen consists of noodles, Tonkotsu broth, secret sauce (imported from the original restaurant, and hand-made by Mr. Kanada), wood ear fungus mushroom (kikurage), finely sliced spring onion, chashu pork belly and a sheet of nori.
Variations include a Moyashi ramen, which introduces blanched beansprouts into the mix, and Chashu Men ramen, which replaces the standard chashu pork belly with large slices of the meatier chashu pork collar. The Panton Street site also offers new dishes: chicken karaage and Japanese spicy kale.
Bookings? The restaurant includes two bookable tables for groups of 5-7 people, available through a dedicated WhatsApp profile on 07886666663.
Trading Hours: The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, 6 days a week from 12pm-3pm; 5pm-10:30pm.