N is for – Nomo Ramen

Shinjuku vibes in Dublin’s city centre. Nomo Ramen is all about good food served fast, but not quite fast food.


Vibe Check

Shinjuku vibes in Dublin’s city centre. Good food served fast, but not quite fast food.

Cost For Eats

€100 for 4 people

Cost For Booze

€50 for 4 people

Booze-Free Options?

Yes! Booze-free beers available 🍺

Vegetarian Options?

Yes, the menu is really simple, but vegan options are given equal representation here 🙌

This spot is great for…

After-dinner bites, casual catch ups, when you need to stuff your face with goodness, cheap but flavoursome eats

If you want to book a table head to…

Bookings are not required. Show up, get a table. You may have a short wait on busier nights.

Where you’ll find them

4 Charlotte Way, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin, D02 VX20



There’s actually not a huge amount to say about Nomo Ramen, Dublin, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Founded by an Irish man with a mission, this vibrant little spot has a stripped-back and simple menu. It does ramen and tasty Japanese-inspired bites, but with a Western twist and a selection of solidly good beers. The space is electric; buzzing with neon lights, music, groups, chats and energy from the open kitchen.

It’s ramen done well, served fast and no hanging around. Eat here on your way out or when you want to fill your belly with something wonderful.

And if you’re up for a challenge – go spicy with the soup…though it’s not for the faint-hearted.


Next month we are going Italian for the first time on the blog…and we are ridiculously excited about it.

Cheers, crew! 🥂


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