Win £200 to spend at Tonkotsu

We can hardly believe it, but popular London ramen bar, Tonkotsu, has been in Brighton for a whole two years now. So it’s time for some celebrations, for them and you.

As we’re such big fans of their signature hearty bowls of noodles and famous plump gyoza, to celebrate their birthday and spread some noodle love, we’ve teamed up with them to offer a pretty stupendous prize of £200 to spend at any of their restaurants.

We know, try to ramen calm (we never said there would no appalling puns to get through before you could enter).


One thing the Tonkotsu team pride themselves on is making their noodles fresh every day (three different types!) using mid-century machines imported from Tokyo. And at the Brighton site they make sure you know their mantra from the moment you walk in the door, with a neon light installation that says ‘If you don’t make your own noodles, you’re just a soup shop’. Oh and the noodles are GOOD. As are the cocktails and the gyoza and, to be honest, pretty much everything we’ve tried there to date.


So if you fancy a slap-up meal or two there yourself, all you need to do is pop your details below and miso-n accomplished.

And here’s our favourite ramen-related joke for you, just as a little thank you for reading to the end:

The ramen couldn’t wait any longer. So, it asked the boiling water, “Udon?” You’re welcome.

Good luck and happy eating!


Terms & Conditions

The competition is only open to UK residents over the age of 18. It closes on 28th July at midday. Entries received after this will not be counted. One winner will be chosen at random after the closing date. 

The winner will receive a £200 voucher. This will be sent as a digital gift voucher that can be redeemed at any Tonkotsu restaurant, excluding Selfridges, and is valid for one calendar year from the date of receipt. There is no cash alternative.

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