Have a taste of Japanese style in Menya, a Japanese restaurant particularly specialising in the authentic ramen, soba and udon noodles. Expect to enjoy bowls filled to the brim with vegetables, seasoning and the meat or seafood of your choosing. Also available are side dishes of sashimi and gyoza, pan-fried ...read more
- Wheel Chair Access
- Mains under $20
- Family Friendly
I had read about Menya in various blogs about having one of Sydney's best ramens and now having eaten here, I completely agree with them. The broth is so flavoursome and the portions are decent too. It's cheap too, making it a great place to eat on a budget while still enjoying good food.
I had not been visiting Menya for quite some time, so when I finally went there a few weeks back I was actually quite pleased to be reminded why this ramen noodle restaurant was a popular go-to place. It might not have been as busy as it was back im the days, but it does not seem to stop them from producing high quality dishes that are also suitably portioned. Iread more
A busy little hub of small Asian restaurants. I've been coming here for years and this place hasn't changed. My fav is the chicken teriyaki with a ramen on the side - only $15! The seating is casual and consists of one long bench through the middle of the restaurant.
Me and my mates always go up to Sydney just for Ramen (it isn't common food down here and tradition is tradition) and we always get it at Menya. They scream something when someone walks in and leaves which I think is enjoyable and the food is amazing. Couldn't recommend it more.
This is my favourite ramen shop in Sydney. The soup base for the ramen is exquisite, that's why its ramens are so tasty. My favourite would be the kogashi-ninniku ramen, which is strange because I don't fancy too much garlic on my plate, but this one is good. Also, if you are really, really hungry, get the mega menya ramen because the portion is huge.