These 5 are the very best Tokyo halal ramen restaurants! From creamy chicken ramen to unique ramen using sea bream, they’re 100% halal and 100% delicious.
#1 Classic Soy Sauce Ramen at Naritaya
Naritaya (成田屋) often sits at the top of any “must visit” Tokyo halal ramen list. Located in the traditional and tourist-popular Asakusa district, their ramen menu has plenty of options to choose from.
Complementing the surrounding area, their classic shoyu (soy sauce) ramen is a top seller. But for those wanting something different, Naritaya is the only halal ramen restaurant in Tokyo with abura soba (soupless ramen). Their spicy miso ramen is a crowd-pleaser too.
They have counter seating on the first floor and table seating on the second floor. Furthermore, the second floor includes a prayer room. Contact Naritaya ahead of time to reserve this space.
Shop Hours: 11 am ~ 10 pm (Every day, but closes at 9 pm on Sundays)
#2 Spicy Chicken Ramen at Ayam-Ya
Flavor-wise, Ayama-Ya (鶏そば あやむや) goes in a richer direction. Their signature “tori soba” is a creamy chicken ramen. Choose shoyu or shio (salt) seasoning and regular or spicy.