Ippudo Ramen craving's once again ヽ(°◇° )ノ

If you follow me long enough you guys should know that i enjoy eating ramen! Since Sydney CBD Westfield's has a new Japanese restaurant called Ippudo which their signature dishes are their ramen's.  
Ippudo is a refreshing modern taste with a few Japanese interior. 
Ippudo Sydney Ratings:

Located in the heart of the city, Sydney's Westfield, on level 5 which is their food court level. 
Westfield Sydney, 
Level 5, Shop 5021, 
188 Pitt Street, 
Sydney, Australia, 2000

Menu: ★★
They offer quite a lot of different ramen dishes. There are also a few rice dishes as well as dessert too.

Cost: ★★
The prices can be a bit expensive but definitely worth to try out the ramens.

Service: ★★★★★
Wonderful service, like always Japanese restaurants will always have their staff greet the customers when they enter!

Overall: ★★★
Highly recommend this place for all ramen lovers!! You will definitely find a ramen that you'll enjoy!

So here i ordered their ippudo gyoza, a bowl of ramen and their eel rice. 
Karaka Ratings:

Taste: ★★★★
The soup was really clear and crisp. There was also a chilli paste inside to melt into the soup it was absolute wonderful as it gave the soup a little impact. The pork was super tender so it melted into my mouth. The ramen noodles was also very refreshing.

Price: ★★☆☆
I can't remember the exact price but the ramen was about AUD$17 or so.

Overall: ★★★★
Highly recommend if you are able to eat a bit/ a lot of chilli!!

Ippudo Gyoza Ratings:

Taste: ★★★☆☆
The gyozaa skin was really crispy and thin whereas the meat was super juicy and tender. It  was quite delicious but i prefer Ichiban Boshi's gyoza's more.

Price: ★★☆☆
The price was about $9

Overall: ★★☆☆
I would recommend their gyoza if you are a fan of them! They also have another gyoza too. 

Hot Stone Unagi Rice Ratings:

Taste: ★
The eel was really nice as it was super soft but the rice was very average in general as there wasn't enough eel to eat with the amount of rice given, so i was slightly disappointed. 

Price: ★★☆☆
This cost about AUD$10.

Overall: ★★
I do not recommend this dish at all, not really worth the price.

Blue Mountain Ratings:

Taste: ★★★★☆
The green tea ice-cream is made from the green tea powder mixed with milk so it becomes more crystalized. Other than that the anko (red bean paste) and fruits went really nice with the ice-cream.

Price: ★★☆☆
This was also about AUD$10.

Overall: ★★★★
I love green tea so i bought this as my crave for green tea but i won't say this is the best parfait that i have eaten. 

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