Ramen Dayo opens in Finnieston


Ramen Dayo has opened in Finnieston on the site that was fomerly Alchemilla.

Brainchild of former Tokyoite Paul Beveridge, who spent 12 years living in the city, Ramen Dayo has been gaining popularity since launching in 2016, with customers travelling far and wide to taste their rich ramen broth, which is prepared in its fully kitted out production kitchen in Kinning Park.

The new Argyle Street Ramen Dayo will be the fourth iteration of the restaurant, since opening as a traditional ‘yatai’ food cart back in 2016 in Gordon Street Lane. The restaurant has three floors, including a basement, which has been transformed into Izakaya style private rooms to accommodate larger parties, and upstairs it feels very much like you have just dropped into a Tokyo back street, with vintage signs and light boxes adorning the walls.

For this restaurant Paul has partnered with Fraser McIlwraith and Adam Strang of Dark Art Drinks, who have curated the drinks menu as well as supporting the venture.

Says Paul, “After 6 years, we’re delighted to have opened our 2nd venue in the heart of Finnieston. I’m excited for everyone to see the Izakaya private rooms we’ve created downstairs, and experience the Yokocho Alley vibes upstairs!

“Another important addition is the new cocktail menu and late night events. Music has always played an important part to us at Ramen Dayo, so it’s exciting to see our friends and fam coming through to play tunes on weekends.

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Tags: Dark Art Drinks, Paul Beveridge, Ramen Dayo