One of my favorite things about big, international cities like London is that you can find great food from almost any nationality. High on our list during this trip was ramen, so I researched some of the best restaurants and discovered Kanada-Ya. Originally found in Yukuhashi ont he southern island of Kyushu in Japan in 2009, a location was opened in London in 2014. For their famous tonkotsu, pork bones are simmered for 18 hours to create a delicious broth with homemade noodles that are made on site. Worth the 45 minute wait!
Ume Onigiri (rice balls with a Japanese pickled plum in the center)
Chashu Don: White rice, seared chashu pork, and spring onion
Tonkotsu Ramen: Pork bone broth, chashu pork belly, wood ear mushrooms, seaweed, and spring onion
Tonkotsu X: Pork and corn fed chicken bone broth, chashu pork belly, wood ear mushrooms, seaweed and spring onion (exclusive to London)