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Ramen, Amen | KOPPU – Ramen Concept Food

It was late already when I decided to chose KOPPU for dinner. My stomach starting screaming (Ramen, ramen, ramen…) and the only option to silent that inner crazy voice was by pleasing it. First things first, who doesn’t love a big bowl of soup full of nutrients, big punch flavors and an endless kick-ass broth? Hello, I’m Ramen!

As I said, I was starving so had to ask for starters from which I recommend the Gwa Bao Chashu Chicken – the perfectly white fluffy clouds with marinated roasted chicken and tonkotsu sauce. Plus the pork and vegetables Gyozas.

KOPPU Ramen Concept Food
Steamed buns (4,80€) @ TrenDestination
KOPPU Ramen Concept Food
Tasty Gyozas (4,50€) @ TrenDestination

I specifically asked for the Tonkotsu Ramen (pork bone broth) and I wasn’t lucky but they were planning to have it soon (maybe they have it now). So, changed direction by going with the Chashu Pork Shoyu Ramen (the main differences from the Tonkotsu are the noodles, pak choi  and the pork broth) and Tan Tan Chicken Ramen (chicken broth based).

KOPPU Ramen Concept Food
Chashu Pork Shoyu Ramen (11,50€) @ TrenDestination
KOPPU Ramen Concept Food
Tan Tan Chicken Ramen (12,00€) @ TrenDestination

Dessert was skipped since it’s definitely a challenge to beat a ramen when it’s good! My stomach was way to comfortable for that. Didn’t want to put it in a hard position.

Don’t miss: If you never had Genmaicha tea (green tea combined with roasted brown rice) or colloquially known as popcorn tea (you’ll understand why), this is a brilliant opportunity to do it! My absolute favorite tea!

Hot tip: The best time is right at 7:00pm until 8:00pm or from 11:00pm onwards. But in case you’re stubborn and decide to go between that timeframe, be ready to wait and hear told you so.


More info:
KOPPU - Ramen Concept Food Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
Average price: 15,00€ – 20,00€ per person (excluding drinks)
Website: here
Contact: (+351) 213 900 043
Address: Rua de Gustavo de Matos Sequeira, 30, Príncipe Real, 1200, Lisboa
Opened from Tuesday to Saturday at 7:00pm until 12:00am (Friday and Saturday until 1:00am) / Closed on Sunday and Monday


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