Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Sydney Quickie - Gumshara Ramen

If you were to search the Internet for some of the must-eats to have in Sydney, you will without a doubt come across this name - Gumshara Ramen, in many lists. This stall is popular with both locals and tourist, looking for good, authentic ramen.

Located in Chinatown's Eating World food court, Gumshara is well-known for its soup. Pork bones are boiled for hours, resulting in a collagen rich, thick soup that fills your stomach and warms your soul.

The Tonkotsu Ramen is a favourite with its patrons. While it may seem like it a normal portion for one, the thick soup fills you up really quickly so it was good that Mister T and I shared a bowl. The char siu slices have a wonderful melt-in-your-mouth texture, and the noodles springy and with bite.

Gumshara has ramen that I would definitely eat again the next time I am back in Sydney. I have my eye on the Super Mega Ramen, topped off with char siu slices and spare ribs, I am willing to starve myself a whole day to feast on it!

Gumshara Ramen
Shop 211 25-29 Dixon St
Haymarket, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 410 253 180

Gumshara Ramen on Urbanspoon

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