We had originally planned to eat at Ki-mama ramen but apparently they have water damage and is closed until May so we had to trek to their sister restaurant, Bibimbab. This place is tiny – there were about 20 seats and was practically full at 7pm on a Monday night!
I had the shoyu ramen because of Tampopo, the Japanese noodle western. You have to watch it if you’re into ramen! The portion was generous, enough for a ramen glutton! The broth was flavorful and aromatic but a bit too salty (not a serious problem though as a bit of hot water will fix it up nicely)! The noodles had the perfect consistency – neither too chewy or too soft! The meat was marinated in soy sauce and very yummy and the soft boil egg was exactly how I like it! Other fillers in the soup were nori, bamboo shoot, and spinach.
This is a cafe-style restaurant where you have to get serviettes yourself but who cares about that when all I want is my ramen! As the name implies, they also have bibimbab and a variety of Korean dishes.
The toilet was clean and functional as it should be!
If you’re just looking for a ramen fix, this place is for you! I’d happily return to get my fill!
Bibimbab, Folkungagatan 89, Stockholm (metro: Medborgarplatsen)