Fodor's Expert Review Yamato
There's plenty of debate as to Brussels's best ramen. This cozy little joint on rue St. Boniface is undoubtedly in with a claim. Diners cluster around the countertop as chefs boil up their stock, chop up the meat, and prepare each dish. The scents and aromas are reward enough, though the gyoza aren't bad either. That's your only choice really—the menu is tiny—but you don't come for anything more. No booking, just walk in and pray there's space. There's also a street terrace on warmer days.
Rue Francart 11
Ixelles, Brussels Capital 1050, Belgium
- One of the best ramens in the capital—especially the katsu
- The countertop dining and scents are a joy
- Great value