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Ippudo

Restaurants
Sydney, NSW
Open today - 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Mon 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Tue 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Wed 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Thu 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Fri 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sat 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sun 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
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Reviews of Ippudo

  • SJMA 0 review
    Great Site it easy to use Staff Very Helpful every thing spot on, free Delivery
    saved Heaps on my 4 Forceum Hexas tyres. I have them on my Wrx Subaru
    Impreza now! tyres are Fantastic and will Definitely Shop there again.
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  • conceptsbyzoe Foodie 81 reviews
    Ramen central! Ippudo has a reputation for a reason. broth is always perfection, noodles cooked wells and great fast and attentive service. They even give you a little crepe box for your handbags, a big win so they don't have to stick it out on the floor! Communal seating is good- although the chairs are not comfortable at all! Other than that a good location to meet with a friend for lunch or dinner.
  • ChristinaCo Foodie 53 reviews
    Ippudo is kind of like the fine dining option at the food court and is convenient if shopping or catching up with friends and don't mind going to a mall to eat. Once inside and reviewing the menu the mall experience evaporates and is replaced with good service and some very delicious food options.
  • Pork buns are a must. The traditional ramen is always incredible! Hot fresh and delicious. Busy but worth the wait . Always enjoy my experience here !#reviewtowin
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  • The pork buns here are absolutely amazing! A unique taste that I have not really tasted anywhere else. A must visit if you are near Pitt St mall in the city.
  • The stock of ramen is good, but the portion is a bit small.
  • chopsticks Local Star 190 reviews
    The Ippudo pork bun is the latest sensation in the Oriental Pork Bun family. It consists of a soft steamed bun folded over a tender slice of braised pork and crunchy iceberg lettuce, finished with Japanese mayonnaise. It is better tasted than described.

    As for the ramen, I highly rate it - the tasty tonkotsu broth, the simmered pieces of pork belly and the noodles cooked to your liking. It is pricier than other ramen joints around town, but my taste-buds are not complaining!
  • atan7 Local Star 1,301 reviews
    Cane here again to try the special- warm ramen with hot dipping soup. The staff explicitly teach you how to eat it (don't pour the soup in the ramen- make sure you just dip the noodles in and eat it). Best ramen experience... Delicious...
  • a fancy restaurant! enjoyed the food, its not your classical Japanese cuisine so be warned for all those expecting sushi and agadeshi tofu!!!
  • atan7 Local Star 1,301 reviews
    Warm, modern and inviting... The large wooden tables, and chic lighting make this restaurant in the Westfield food court area inviting. Lines start forming out the front after 6:30 so make sure you get in early and everyone part of your dinner is there, if not everyone is there, you don't get seated! Start the meal off with a pork bun, don't ask, eat it and you will know why I said that... The ramen is next, all of them are good (well I haven't heard anyone complain about any variety, except if you don't like bean sprouts, you might want to tell them when ordering a pork soup based ramen). You can even ask how 'cooked' you want your ramen, I get it the traditional 'hard'/al dente noodle cooking method.
    Warm ramen goodness, with a slight sweetness, add a bit if chilli... Amazing!
    Service was great too- Angelo was so friendly and polite! Highly recommend this place, top 3 ramen spots in Sydney.
  • KingEatingChamp Local Star 22 reviews
    Definitely over-rated - partly due to the price, and partly due to the small serving size. $18 for an ordinary ramen?? If you haven't been, go for it; but I won't be rushing back as there's plenty of places in Sydney that trump this place.
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