ramen in Dubai at Atisuto

Where to Get the Best Ramen in Dubai

If there’s one dish that defines comfort food in a bowl, it’s ramen. This traditional Japanese dish is made with Chinese-style wheat noodles and comes topped with an array of different ingredients, from dried seaweed to boiled eggs. We recently went on a foodie mission in search of the best ramen in Dubai; here are some of our top picks…

1. YUi Dubai

ramen in Dubai at YUi Dubai
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Having recently opened its doors in the funky D3 district, YUi Dubai has quickly become the talk of the town among Dubai’s ramen-loving crowd. Located in the region’s first ‘Japanese lifestyle culture shop’ called FRAME, this ramen-centric joint makes its noodles in-house using Japanese flour and simmers its broth for 10 whole hours before serving.

Location: D3

Price: Ramen bowls start at AED 50

2. Miyabi Sushi & Bento

ramen in Dubai at Miyabi Sushi & Bento
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Miyabi Sushi & Bento is a popular go-to delivery joint for delicious Pan-Asian food served straight to your door. From ramen bowls and Korean favourites to sushi rolls and temaki, Miyabi is the perfect choice for your Friday night takeaways.

Location: Multiple branches including Palm Jumeirah and Media City

Price: AED 57 for the Beef Ramen Soup

3. Atisuto

ramen in Dubai at Atisuto
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Translating to ‘artist’ in Japanese, Atisuto is an authentic Japanese restaurant in Dubai that’s inspired by the back-alley sushi joints found in Japan. From a live sushi bar to delicious bento boxes, tuck into traditional Japanese favourites while admiring the unique industrial-style décor and artwork on the walls.

Location: Multiple branches including Business Bay and Al Safa

Price: AED 54 for the Beef Ramen


ramen in Dubai at TOMO
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Serving up an array of authentic Japanese dishes – from sushi and wagyu to tempura and ramen – head down to TOMO at Raffles for a delicious meal with a view. Ramen lovers, you can choose between the halal ramen (egg noodles with vegetables) or the regular ramen (eggs noodles with roasted pork), depending on your preference.

Location: Raffles Dubai, Wafi City, Umm Hurair

Price: Around AED 42 for the half portion and AED 70 for the full portion

5. Wagamama

ramen in Dubai at Wagamama
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Well known around the world for hearty ramen bowls and delicious teppanyaki dishes, you can never really go wrong with Wagamama. This popular Pan-Asian hotspot is particularly favourited for its tasty ramen bowls, made with hot broth, fresh ramen noodles and various toppings.

Location: Multiple branches including The Greens and Palm Jumeirah

Price: Around AED 51 for a bowl of chicken ramen

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