Ramen Izakaya Deniro Shinjuku Minamiguchi Branch] Crispy Exhaust Bone & Special Soy Sauce Ramen, Black Wagyu Beef Gohan (rice), and more! Collaboration menu by a street-style ramen restaurant and ramen izakaya!


Ramen Izakaya Deniro is offering a collaboration with street-style ramen restaurant “No Good Neighbor” starting Thursday, December 7, 2023.


Each restaurant’s individuality is brought out to the fullest, but the perfect marriage of pork, chashu pork, and special soy sauce ramen is addictive. It is the ultimate bowl of noodles that can only be found at this restaurant.

Soy Sauce Ramen with Pork Noodles 

Whether you eat it crispy or soaked in soy sauce broth, you will be thrilled by the fusion of the pork bones with soy sauce ramen that has never been served at Ramen Izakaya Deniro before.

Ginger Shoyu Ramen (Ginger Shoyu Chashu Ramen)

This soy sauce ramen is generously topped with large pieces of soft and moist chashu pork. This is a special dish created for the “Ramen Izakaya Deniro” version, while maintaining the “bad neighbor” character.

Black Wagyu Beef Gohan under the supervision of a no good neighbor

The best beef is melt-in-your-mouth black, and the rice is simply prepared with the best sauce and egg yolk. You will surely be very satisfied with the sophisticated taste, which is simple but filled with a lot of attention to detail.



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