An intimate Japanese eatery in one of London’s most famous neighbourhoods, Shoryu Soho boasts the UK’s largest selection of sake, shochu and umeshu, served alongside a celebrated collection of ramen delicacies. This intimate, minimalist eatery also boasts a basement private dining area for special occasions.The varied Shoryu menu is headed by ramen noodle dishes, made with 12-hour-cooked broth, juicy pork belly and a nitamago egg. Guests can select extra toppings, as well as sides like prawn tempura, gyoza dumplings and doughy shoryu buns. Traditional desserts at Shoryu include mochi balls, cleansing sorbets and Japanese-inspired cheesecakes and cakes.Along with a list of enticing house cocktails, Shoryu in Soho serves iced beers and Japanese whisky, and a sake-expert sommelier is on hand to help with matching drinks. In the dining room, guests can dine at communal benches for views into the kitchen, at private tables, all in chic, minimalist surroundings with Japanese stylistic touches.An acclaimed Japanese dining spot in central London, Shoryu Soho is a 2-minute walk from Piccadilly Circus Tube Station. Dishes displayed on a la carte menus are representative of the type of food available at the restaurant.