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Sydney Is Getting A Tokyo-Inspired Alley Dedicated To Ramen And Whisky

Sydney Is Getting A Tokyo-Inspired Alley Dedicated To Ramen And Whisky

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Sydney‘s looking down the barrel of a long, cold winter, and things aren’t looking good. But never fear, because ramen is here to save the day! Ramen Alley, a foodie laneway dedicated to ramen and whisky is coming to Tramsheds in July, so we can warm our cold hearts and colder hands.

Osaka Trading Co is bringing their famed (and very delicious) noodles to Tramshed’s Artisan Lane, turning it into a Tokyo-inspired pop-up from July 3 to 20.


For three weeks, Ramen Alley will serve up the best of Osaka Trading Co’s menu, as well as a rotating selection of special ramen dishes. Current hits on the Osaka Trading Co menu include three pork ramens with different toppings and broths, a vegetarian version and plenty of delicious sides.


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House of Suntory will also be there, pouring $10 and fine-as-hell whisky highball cocktails for anyone who needs an extra winter warmer. The Japanese whisky makers will also be running special tastings and cocktail making classes on select nights. You can see the full calendar of events and book a spot on the Osaka Trading Co website now. These tickets also include a ramen and cocktail in the main alley.

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Tickets for Ramen Alley, which cost $27 per person, are on sale now. Bookings are essential, and each ticket gets you a shoyu ramen and a whisky highball. Then you can buy extra food and drinks, including the weekly ramen special, when you’re there.

Ramen Alley will be open from 5.30pm every Wednesday through to Saturday.

If you’re hungry for noodles right now, Butter’s fried chicken ramen is back for another season, and there are plenty of amazing Japanese restaurants around Sydney.

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