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On Monday night, I visited the recently opened Shoyru Ramen.

Greeted by a cheerful waitress who gave me a choice of tables; high table, low table or counter option at the open kitchen. I positioned myself facing up to the open kitchen which was buzzing with activity.

I settled in with a draught Kirin beer to browse the menu. The restaurant was over half full, not bad for a wet and windy Monday evening in Manchester!

The menu promptly arrived, attached to a wooden clipboard, with a Set Menu option on the first page for £22, which comprised of two courses and a house cocktail.

The waitress politely explained the concept and discussed the house signature dishes and the options of how I could have my noodles cooked.

I started with the famous Shoyru steamed buns (gluten free options available), containing chicken with a spicy BBQ sauce and Japanese mayo; great taste with a nice little kick from the sauce, and good value at £4.50.

The Wagyu beef option was also a great little bite but at £8.50 certainly wasn’t twice as good as the chicken version.

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Second course was the House signature dish, Shoyru Ganso Tonkutsu (£11.50), a tantalising little mixture of superbly tender pork char sui, noodles, spring onion, ginger and mushrooms with noodles cooked al dente in a 12 hour prepared pork broth. Nicely presented in Shoyru branded bowls with a wooden ladle and chopsticks; a very tasty little dish for a winter evening, particularly when accompanied by the House Yuzu Mojito (£9).

Dessert was a Matcha Azuki Rolled Cake (£6) which was tasty and light.

The menu overall is a very nice collection of Japanese dishes, well prepared with fresh ingredients. A decent wine selection from £21 and an impressive choice of 16 different Sake’s for you to sample at very reasonable prices.

Overall a very pleasant place to visit; efficient and friendly service with a nice vibe and a youngish clientele, apart from myself. Total spend of £41, while not exactly cheap was inflated slightly by my greed and curiosity for the Wagyu beef bun. I will definitely return. ~ Paul Jackson, Restaurants Of Manchester Trusted Reviewer (Monday 20th February 2017)

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