As the oldest Ramen restaurant in Australia, and one of the highest rated Japanese restaurants on Urbanspoon Sydney, I had great expectations for this place. Catching up with a friend who'd recently moved up from Melbourne was the perfect opportunity to check this place out, and it didn't disappoint.
It was a windy and chilly day, but the place was still very busy. We felt a little sorry for the neighbouring restaurant, but there seemed to be a customer base only loyal to Goshu. Indeed, they had a take-away service which was being made full use of.
The menu had the usual variety of Japanese dishes, from curries, to bento boxes, and of course, ramen. For starters, we ordered a serve of gyoza.
I ordered the beef sukiyaki set.
|Beef Sukiyaki Set|
My memory is failing me a bit (we ate a lot on that trip!) but I think my dining companions ordered a chicken udon dish and a chicken curry and rice dish respectively.
|Chicken Curry and Rice|
Goshu deserves it's reputation as being a great Japanese restaurant. Even though I'm not the biggest fan of noodles, I'll be sure to try their Ramen next time.
Goshu Ramen Tei
5 York Street, Sydney