REVIEW: MUGA

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down a quiet road, a stones throw away from Leicester Square, you’ll find Muga, a brand spanking new ramen bar. The menu appears simple on first look, but with the option to pimp out your ramen, it’s easily jazzed up.

We started with the classic Miso base and added spicy veg and karaage, a fusion of deep fried chicken, garlic, spices and a Japanese style egg. The HUGE bowl was a like warm hug, and keeping things cool the vanilla bean mochi ice cream and yuzu sorbet for dessert, kept us raving all evening. So don’t be a MUG cos if you’re raving for ramen, Muga hits the spot just right.

5 Panton Street, London , SW1Y 4DL
www.muga-ramenbar.com