Ramen to Bíiru Østerbro


We are a Japenese ramen concept situated in the heart of Østerbro, just a stones throw from Trianglen, on Nordrefrihavnsgade, with both in- and outdoor seating, as well as take away. Like our other locations on Nørrebro and Vesterbro, we do not take seat reservations.

Ramen to Biiru Østerbro offers 15 different ramens, both classic Japanese as well as Ramen To Biiru originals and including two that are exclusive to our Østerbro location. There are also 4 vegetarian (vegan) options. We have 6 different craft beers on tap as well as vending machine stocked full of fun and rare craft beers, we also have Japanese soft drinks. Additionally, we have a (small) games center, great for both adults and kids!

Come by, print your food and beers tickets at the machine and then find or wait for available seating. When you have found seating you simply place your order at the counter with your printed tickets, and it will be brought to your seat.

Opening Hours
MON-THU: 17.00—21.00
FRI—SUN: 12.00—21.00
Note: Kitchen closes everyday 30 mins before closing time

Find us

step by step


- Print your Ramen ticket

- Print your beer ticket

- Go order with your printed tickets at the counter and get back your ticket number and drinks.

- Find / wait for an available seat - if your company are not here then let others get a seat first.

- Wait for your number to be shouted out, wave at us and we will come down with your food.

*Please don’t hold seats during rush hour

*While you wait for a seat feel free to order drinks.

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Authentic Ramen

by Mikkeller & Uki

Japanese ramen is roughly 400-year​s​ o​ld. From food stalls in Yokohama's Chinatown, ramen spread to the rest of Japan. In those days, Chinese lamian (pulled noodles) was adapted to suit Japanese preferences and called Chuka Soba (Chinese noodles).

A simple bowl of Chuka Soba (​egg noodles in a broth made from chicken stock seasoned with soy sauce),​became popular for its taste, reasonable price and fast service. Thus the Japanese soul food, ramen, was born.

Our goal and objective, like so many before us, is to spre​a​d the warmth and lovely spirit of ramen to all of you.

In the nature of evolution, we hope to flourish and create our own unique style and taste that will suit ours and future generations to come. Our minds are never resting and we are always working on new recipes.

We will kick it off with chicken based broth like the first some 400-years ago with a bit of everyday fun from modern Japan and its fast-​food culture in combination with similarly unique and high-quality craft beer, enjoy!