• Mentoku

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Ramen restaurant. Menu offers one type of vegan ramen with green tea based, and there are a few vegetable side dishes. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-11:00pm.

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5 Reviews

First Review by BrianLandberg


Points +1955

24 Jul 2022

Not tasty

I feel sorry but it was not to my taste... I expected to have ramen, but what I actually ate is something different.

Pros: Friendly staff

Cons: Tastes bad



Points +82

05 Nov 2021

It’s okay

The vegan ramen is not very flavorful, but I’m still glad it’s an option!


Points +313

20 Mar 2021

Nice vegan ramen

My work is nearby. This is the closest restaurant that I can get a vegan dish. It is only one option - a tofu based rice noodles ramen with a lot of green herbs. Very tasty at least to me. The staff is extremely friendly. They already know me personally so when I go there no need to order. They just know what I want. The portion is quite big for Japanese standard but perfect for me. Sorry, can't give them 5 stars: The system doesn't allow since not fully vegan or vegetarian, otherwise I would.


Points +129

11 Feb 2020

Vegan “ramen” of rice noodles in a matcha-based soup

If you’re in the area and really need something to eat, this place is fine. The vegan option is a matcha-based soup with an interesting tea flavor. Topped with some fresh veggies. The normal noodles contain egg. Vegans will get rice noodles.

The portion is large for 1,000 yen but not something I would want to eat again.

Pros: English menu, Understands vegetarian and veganism, Good for a last-minute meal


Points +77

21 Jan 2020

New York style ramen in Tokyo

This is in Iidabashi/Kudanshita area of Tokyo.
The options are limited for vegans and vegetarians in this neighborhood. Glad to find this place.
The vegan ramen is green tea based soup (I didn't try this one...)
The vegetarian ramen has a miso soup base. The soup was good. The noodles and vegetables on top were a little undercooked (Al dente noodles and raw veges basically).
Overall, It was satisfying. Not exactly an authentic flavor of Japanese ramen but good in a unique kind of way. This restaurant apparently has a branch in New York City. Perhaps this is what New Yorkers would consider good ramen.

Pros: Vegetarian friendly, English menu

Cons: Taste (not very authentic), Price (1000yen)

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