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Fukuro Noodle Bar

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What people say

"For a taste of Japanese ramen in Buenos Aires, Fukuro Noodle is the go-to spot. The ambiance is lively and resembling the bars of Japan. This is a nice casual date spot or a good place to meet a friend. The ramen is delicious and affordable! It does get pretty busy during prime dining hours, so keep that in mind."
"This place was super busy when I went. I liked the lively vibe, but I didn't love my ramen. The broth tasted strange. It's also mostly bar seating, so you'll be sitting pretty close to other people. "
"Super tasty ramen with lots of spice (if you ask for it) and incredible bao in the heart of Palermo."

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