Legitimately the hardest ramen place name to remember, however the ramen we had was excellent and was a memorable dish indeed. This place gets a ton of mixed reviews, however I really enjoyed the experience and when comparing it other ramen establishments, yes the dishes are more expensive but yes you also get a large, comfortable space where you can sit for awhile and not feel like you’re rushed off your feet. The food tastes authentic and the staff are friendly.
I’ve been here twice with two sets of friends and all parties have been pretty impressed with one who recently returned from Japan praising the broth, as it had tasted like the ones he had over there. Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen seems markedly more quieter these days which is sad but it is easy to grab a table and there’s some nice low seating which feels fun. I had the Ikkkoryu original Tonkotsu on my last visit and I really enjoyed the broth and you can also get bonus additional noodles as well. Compared to the craziness of Little Ramen or Hakata, it makes for a nicer overall experience for a group.