Best Known For
Black ramen: a unique blend of tonkutsu and shellfish soup. Handmade Gyoza: pan-fried crispy and juicy dumplings.
For steaming bowls of ramen all day, any day, Melburnians seek out the glowing red and yellow sign of Shujinko on Flinders Street, a hole-in-the-wall eatery tucked into the heart of the city. Cosy up side-by-side with friends and drown out cold days with classic Japanese inspired soups, surrounded by traditional style décor and a lively vibe as streams of diners bustle in to find a place to fill growling stomachs as day turns into night, or night into day. As much as possible is made in house, ensuring each dish is a collection of mouth-watering tastes and fresh, premium ingredients. Snack on gyoza dumplings, edamame and bread crumbed fried fish before demolishing the house signature, Tsukemen – a combination of seasonal vegetables, special seafood sauce and thick, chewy noodles.
13/276 Flinders Street, Melbourne CBD 3000 VIC - See Map