Slurp Up Authentic Japanese Ramen at Lulu Ramen

Lulu Ramen
Special Chicken & Bonito Chintan Ramen (Photo credit: Lulu Ramen/Google Maps)

Tucked away in the backstreets of Rosalie Village lies Lulu Ramen, an authentic Japanese ramen bar bringing a taste of Tokyo to Brisbane.


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Inspired by contemporary Japanese izakaya-style dining, the cosy yet spacious space features an open kitchen, artwork-lined walls, and comfortable counter seating that wraps around the kitchen.

With ample room for dining, Lulu Ramen offers a relaxed ramen experience in a stylish but laid-back setting. 

Lulu Ramen
Photo credit: Lulu Ramen/Google Maps 

The star of the show at Lulu Ramen is, unsurprisingly, the ramen. The house specialty is the Special Chicken & Bonito Chintan Ramen, made with both chicken and fish broth for maximum depth of flavor. 

The ramen bar’s signature ramen dish (Photo credit: Lulu Ramen/Google Maps)

It comes loaded with slices of duck breast and low-temp chicken breast char sui, dried bamboo shoots, king oyster mushrooms, soft boiled egg, black truffle sauce, shredded green onions and snow peas. Each component adds its own unique flavour and texture, coming together in perfect harmony with the expertly crafted broth and fresh ramen noodles.

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Photo credit: Lulu Ramen/Google Maps 

In addition to ramen, this place also offers small plates like pan-fried gyoza dumplings, tempura, karaage fried chicken and edamame to complement your noodle fix. 

To drink, there is a modest selection of Japanese beverages including junmai sake, Japanese beer, green tea and unique cocktails made with sake and shochu. This ramen bar is licensed, so feel free to BYO your favourite wine to enjoy with your meal for a $12 corkage fee.

Photo credit: Lulu Ramen/Google Maps

With its intimate vibe and scrumptious ramen freshly made to order, this ramen bar is a can’t-miss spot for Japanese food lovers on Brisbane’s northside and beyond. Just be prepared to slurp your noodles loudly – it’s the polite way to eat ramen in Japan!


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Published 11-February-2024