People stood in line outside ‘world’s best’ ramen restaurant for 10 days


This is the price to pay for “world’s best.”

Famed Japanese ramen joint Ichiran, crowned the world’s best by Forbes in 2016, recently opened a new overseas outlet in Taipei, Taiwan.

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People were so excited about it that there was a line outside the door for 10 days straight, according to Hong Kong-based news outlet EJ Insight.

Most patrons had to wait up to an hour and 40 minutes, with up to 200 ramen enthusiasts waiting in line at a time.

The 10-day line beat Ichiran’s own record of eight days, which occurred in Hong Kong, when it opened an outlet there. Read more…

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