【Yasaka Ramen】 Over 5 years in business! The best pork ramen in Sydney!


Hello everyone. I’m @olivertomolife and I’ve studied in Sydney!

Have you ever had a sudden craving for ramen in Australia?

I have good news for those of you who don’t want to fail at eating ramen overseas.

What’s more, in Sydney, there are ramen noodles that are just as good as in Japan!

Yasakara Ramen, which I’m going to introduce here, is run by a trained Japanese chef, and it is so popular that people line up every time.

Let me introduce you to the store!

Recommended for people who
  • People who want to eat delicious ramen in Sydney
  • Want to go to a ramen shop with a Japanese owner in Sydney
  • Want to go to a recommended ramen shop in Sydney

Contents of this article
  • What is Yasakaramen?
  • The store
  • Recommended menu
  • How to Order and Notes
  • Taste of the food

I experienced studying abroad in Sydney for a year starting in 2018. Now I’m writing a blog based on that experience.

This article will help you get some great ramen in Sydney!


What is Yasaka ramen?

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Yasaka ramen is a ramen restaurant that has been running two stores in Sydney city and Waterloo since the store was established in 2014.

The store is run by a Japanese owner who is trained in the art of ramen, so you can enjoy the authentic taste of ramen in Sydney!

When I was studying abroad, I always went to this store when I introduced ramen to my friends.

As of September 2021, it is only open for takeout.

Yasaka Ramen
  • Address: 126 Liverpool St, Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
  • Opening hours: 11:30am – 8:30pm daily

The stores

I’ve only been to the store in the city, so I’ll describe that one.

Located near the Town Hall station, the store has a wooden design with an orange sign on the exterior that makes waiting people want to stop by.

There is a numbered ticket at the entrance of the restaurant, so write your name and the number of people on it and wait.

There is a menu outside, so you can check out what kind of ramen they have!

The restaurant is spacious, with seats on the first and second floors.

Recommended menu


There are many different types of ramen and tsukemen on the menu, but I recommend the Yasaka Ramen!

All of the store’s ramen is pork-based, and you can choose from soy sauce, salt, and miso flavors.

Yasaka Ramen is the most standard ramen, but since it is the signature dish, I felt that many people ordered this menu.

They also have a nice selection of side dishes like gyoza and donburi!

How to Order and Points to Note

Orders are given directly to the waitress.

Many Japanese people are working there, so you can feel safe.

Be aware that only cash is accepted for payment.

You can order online now at Corona situation

Taste of the food

Sydney yasaka ramen taste

I ordered their popular Yasaka Ramen!

It has chashu pork, spring onions, bamboo shoots, and nori as ingredients.

It’s very tasty, with the perfect balance between the homemade noodles they make in the restaurant and the thick broth!

The quantity of noodles may be too small for men.

The amount of noodles may not be enough for men, but you can also order a large bowl of noodles, so it’s worth a try.

Overall, I was very satisfied!


Sydney ramen recommend
  • Homemade noodles and soup is delicious!
  • Some people may not have enough noodles.
  • Payment can only be made in cash.

I introduced Yasaka Ramen!

It is easily accessible in Sydney city, so if you feel like eating Japanese ramen, why not try it?

I’ll be posting more information about Australia in the future, so please stay tuned.

Thank you for reading to the end!