Tokumaru

Tallinn

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Everybody dining

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Japanese

Genuine Japanese Sapporo Ramen and Sushi Restaurant in Estonia

The name of the restaurant - Tokumaru - essentially means "the circle of good things". In Japanese, toku means "good trait" and maru means "circle" or "harmony". The prerequisites of a good job are good staff and harmony. A good restaurant creates harmony between food, chefs, waitpersons and customers - this is our aim.

The little Japanese grocery MoMo has been open for nearly four years in Kadriorg Tallinn. It is a highly esteemed among connoisseurs of Japanese cuisine not only for its wide range of products but also for the invaluable gastronomic advice that one can receive. During lunchtime you may enjoy genuine Japanese dishes on the spot or as takeaway. MoMo has spread from Kadriorg to the city center as we opened the ramen and sushi restaurant Tokumaru in August 2014. Tokumaru is the first restaurant in Estonia which offers genuine Sapporo style ramen.

Tokumaru offers widely known sushi as well as other exciting Japanese dishes. Our great gastronomic masterpiece is ramen – a popular Japanese noodle soup. We prepare our noodles fresh, just as we cook the broth, following the traditional family recipes of the Tokumaru’s Japanese chef Daigo Takagi.

Opening hours 
Mo-Thu 11-22, Fri-Sat, 11-23, Sun 11-20

Address
Solaris Shopping Center, 
Estonia pst 9, Tallinn

Chef

Daigo Takagi

Good taste has no borders

Daigo Takagi, who hails from Japan but has lived in Estonia for many years. Daigo recommends to try our Spicy Miso Ramen (Akamiso) since it is made by Daigo Takagi`s traditional family recipe. His hometown Sapporo is well-known for Miso ramen in Japan. Daigo reveals the secret for teriyaki sauce golden ratio: Soy sauce 1 : Mirin 1 : Sake 1. If one likes sweeter sauce, add sugar 0.5.

Which two ingredients would you take with to a deserted island? Why?

Soy Sauce and Miso


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Address
Solaris Shopping Center, 
Estonia pst 9, Tallinn