Sydney Famous Gumshara Ramen | Sydney Travelogue

Like all travellers, I do a quick search on "Must-eats in Sydney" or "Best fo...

Like all travellers, I do a quick search on "Must-eats in Sydney" or "Best food places in Sydney" when I was on my Aussie trip few weeks back. You bet, GUMSHARA was one of the top few in the list and I know I have to visit and do a review on it, and perhaps include in my Aussie Travelogue so that Singaporeans don't give this gem a miss! At first, I was really expecting to step into some sort of Ramen Restaurant at least like the famous Thai Restaurant Chat Thai, but to my surprise, I land myself at some underground food court in Sydney's Chinatown! 

It was at first really hard to find this place because most reviews did not say that Gumshara Ramen is merely a food stall in the food court in Sydney's Chinatown. I was all looking for a Jap restaurant and wasted a good 15-20mins trying to find Gumshara Ramen. Anyway, it's here at the basement food court called Eating World Food Court. 

Gumshara Ramen
211/25-29 Dixon St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia

Gumshara Ramen is a humble store tucked right in the corner of the food court. But you can easily spot it during peak hours because there'll be queue streaming from the reception. 

BBQ Pork Ramen AUD$14
Garlic Tonkotsu Ramen Noodle AUD$11.50 
For the price I am paying and compared to the other choices in Sydney, Gumshara is definitely worth every penny and in fact, too good to be true! Your first sip can tell you that their soup broth is really thick and can only be achieved after long hours of simmering pork bones and meat. Plus, if you would like to have something cheap in Sydney, don't give this a miss! 

Gumshara Ramen

211/25-29 Dixon St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia

Read about my Sydney Blue Mountain tour.
Read about my Sydney Bondi Beach experience.
Don't miss the famous Gumshara Ramen in Sydney!
And grab some fresh Seafood from Sydney Fish Market.
And also a quick Aussie packing list that may help!

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  1. Hi Celine! Not sure if my previous comment went through, but I love the garlic tonkotsu shown here, which had me drooling in front of my computer! I love the vibrancy and livelihood of Sydney's Chinatown, definitely a place I want to visit (hello massive food court that reminds me of little stalls in Thailand!) Thanks for sharing this post hun I hope you have a great day! xo~ Lena

  2. I haven't been to Sydney, but after seeing these picture I want to visit just to eat here. Majorly drooling now!

    Mimi & Chichi


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