Ever wish you could find somewhere to sit and eat in peace? Well, why not unwind over a quiet bowl of noodles.
Ichiran is a ramen shop, open 24 hours a day in 60 locations across Japan and Hong Kong. So nothing can distract you from your meal, upon entering each diner is given a compartmentalised ‘flavour-concentration booth’.
You don’t even have to talk to a waiter. The menu is printed on the side of a chopstick sleeve, which you mark and slot into a machine to order.
The brand believes that ‘low-interaction dining’ improves the taste of their food. This may be something to do with the fact there’s nobody to complain to if you don’t like it…
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