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Kanada Kazuhiro was clearly on to a winner when he first concocted his tonkotsu ramen recipe in Fukuoka, because this marks London’s third Kanada-Ya (after St Giles and Panton Street). The menu begins with karaage (fried chicken), various onigiri (rice balls) or erratically cooked kale drizzled with a fiery sauce. Super-filling bowls of ramen remain the main attraction: arguably London’s best, thanks to silky pork bone broth and stellar supporting acts such as hanjuku eggs, their deep-orange yolks oozing nicely. To drink, there are Japanese beers to quench your thirst. This is fast, filling food delivered by efficient staff – but don’t expect much change from £15 for ramen and a soft drink.