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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