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Stockholm's best ramen

Stockholm is in the midst of ramen fever and several new restaurants have opened with the focus on ramen. Here's our guide to the eight best places in Stockholm when you've set your sights on these delicious Japanese noodles.

Ai Ramen

Ai Ramen is very popular – and rightly so. Ai Ramen has two different branches, so check which one is closer to you – either in Södermalm or close to T-Centralen metro station. The atmosphere and ramen are equally good at both. It can be worth remembering that ramen is a popular lunch choice in Stockholm – so it can be hard to get a table during the lunch hour rush.

Ai Ramen

Gamla Brogatan 27, Stockholm

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Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 11am-3pm, 5pm-10pm Sat-Sun: Midday-3pm, 4pm-10pm

The interior at MisshuMasshu is hip and fun. Foto: MisshuMasshu

MisshuMasshu

MisshuMasshu is the latest venture by Adam Dahlberg & Albin Wessman. They also run Raamen in Skanstull and fine dining restaurant Adam/Albin. MisshuMasshu is close to Stureplan, so it can be a good stopping point during a shopping trip or before an evening out on the town. Between MisshuMasshu and its location in the tiny Jarlspassagen mall, you’ll enjoy a delightful mix of the modern and historic sides of Stockholm.

MisshuMasshu

Birger Jarlspassagen, Stockholm

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Opening hours: Mon-Tue: 11am-midnight: Wed-Fri: 11am-1am: Sat: Midday-1am Sun: Midday-10pm

Ramen Ki-mama

Ramen Ki-mama claims to be the first and best ramen restaurant in Stockholm. Well, it's certainly been here a while – since 2005 – and they do serve great ramen.Even though the restaurant is a bit out of the way, it's often packed and well worth a detour.

Ramen Ki-mama

Birger Jarlsgatan 93, Stockholm

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Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 11.30am-2.30pm 5pm-10pm

Rawbata is located at popular Rörstrandsgatan. Photo: Rawbata

Rawbata

Restaurant packed Rörstrandsgatan now also includes a good Ramen option. In 2018, Rawbata opened with its Japanese charcoal grill and since then the restaurant has been praised to the skies. Very largely thanks to its delicious ramen dishes that are available on both the lunch and evening menus. They don't take bookings at Rawbata so arrive early or late to be sure to get a table.

Rawbata

Rörstrandsgatan 15, Stockholm

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Opening hours: Mon-Thur: 11am-2pm 5pm-10pm Fri: 11am-2pm 5pm-11pm Sat: Midday-11pm: Sun: Closed

Raamen is located inside Ringen department store in Skanstull. Photo: Raamen

Raamen

Sister of MisshuMasshu that is also on our list. Raamen is run by Adam Dahlberg & Albin Wessman and is located inside the Theater in Ringen department store in Skanstull – where there is several restaurants in a food court there. Very good if there's a group of you who can't agree on what cuisine to go for.

Raamen

Götgatan 98, Stockholm

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Opening hours: Mon-Thur: 11am-9pm Fri-Sat: 11am-10pm: Sun: 11am-8pm

"Spicy Miso" at Totemo Ramen.

Totemo Ramen

An old favorite among Stockholm's ramen restaurants – but still just as popular. It's very small and you may have to wait in line, so try to avoid rush hour around lunch time. The menu is relatively short but the ingredients are carefully selected and organic wherever possible. Did we also say they make their ramen noodles by hand?

Totemo Ramen

Sankt Eriksgatan 70, Stockholm

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Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 11.30am-3pm

The seats at the bar are popular at Take Ramen. Foto: Take Ramen

Take Ramen

A new and authentic place that serves really good, classic Tonkotsu ramen. Before opening, Take Ramen engaged in solid research in Hong Kong and Kyoto to find the perfect broth. The favorite on the menu is Tonkotsu ramen – a stock that is full of depth and flavor without being too fatty, perfectly al dente noodles, good chashu (pork) that isn’t flabby plus well-balanced toppings. The best seats are at the inviting bar where you can watch the chefs at work.

Take Ramen

Gästrikegatan 2, Stockholm

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Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 11am-9pm Sat: Midday-9pm Sun: Closed

Café Stiernan

Café Stiernan is close to the busiest parts of Gamla stan. It's a small and cozy place but the ramen portions are generous and tasty. You can also sit outside in spring and summer. If you manage to find a table outside, it's a perfect place for people watching.

Cafe Stiernan

Österlånggatan 45, Stockholm

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Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 11.30am-2.30pm Sat: Midday-3pm Sun: Closed

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