Simply put, the best ramen in Hong Kong. Rich, creamy pork bone broth with a choice of flavours named after its color; black (squid ink), red (spicy miso) and green (pesto). Call us boring, but we prefer the original. Since this a proper ramen place, you can choose the texture of the noodles (soft or hard), the oiliness of the broth (light or rich), and any extra toppings. Drop in to slurp up a bowl, but avoid the lunch hour rush between 12pm and 2pm.
First time ramen eaters should go for the original, while the red ramen is perfect for spicy food lovers; don't forget to add a seasoned soft boiled egg.
Butao Ramen mentions around the internet
"The pork bone broth was delicious. I literally slurped, gulped it all in….It has this very strong, flavourful, fragrant milky soup broth. This is a pretty indulgent meal." ...Full review at Eat with Jess
"I'm happy to say that Butao brought it. They really took what is great about thick tonkotsu ramen and introduced it to Hong Kong. Creamy and rich." ...Full review at Ramen Adventures
"If you’re feeling a little adventurous and want to try something more innovative, Butao’s Italian influenced Green King with pesto, basil and Parmesan cheese may be of interest to you" ...Full review at That Food Cray