Genkotsu Ramen

Upper Mt Gravatt

Genkotsu Ramen brings a taste of Tokyo to Brisbane’s southside, dishing up bowls of traditional tonkotsu soup (ramen) from their small shop in Upper Mt Gravatt.

Located in The Village Shopping Centre on Logan Road, this little ramen joint is a sibling for Genkotsu Ramen in Toowong and Runcorn. Here diners can sit at the bar counter or communal tables slurping big bowls of noodle soup.

Genkotsu Ramen Upper Mt Gravatt

Original ramen ranges from shio (lightly salted) and shoyu (soy) to miso, gyokai (fish) and karamen (spicy). The broth is slow-cooked for 12 hours and topped with noodles, marinated boiled egg, bamboo shoots, shallots and slices of pork belly.

Genkotsu Ramen Upper Mt Gravatt

Customers can customise their ramen with additional toppings such as seaweed, soft shell crab, tantan men (minced pork) or karaage to name a few.

Genkotsu Ramen Upper Mt Gravatt

Besides ramen, there are side dishes of pork dumplings¸ potato mochi, karaage and takoyaki, and mini rice dishes like teriyaki chicken and cod roe rice.

Need to know – Genkotsu Ramen is cash only.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in May 2018.

By Deb Lidster

Genkotsu Ramen

1974 Logan Rd

Upper Mt Gravatt

Daily 11:30-8:30*

Cash only


1974 Logan Rd Upper Mt Gravatt

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