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Mural Painting for
- RAMEN CUBISM -

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Ramen Cubism is no speakeasy, though its location makes it seem like so. Despite taking the basement space of a commercial building sandwiched between Stanley Street and Wellington Street on the stretch near Lan Kwai Fong, the new ramen shop is far from difficult to spot.

A single-file beeline stretching from the only brightly-lit space situated halfway down the dimmed alleyway will point you towards Ramen Cubism, and you’ll notice the brightly coloured graffiti mural on the wall, painted by Russian artist Sergei Rozhnov. Inside, the animated chefs presenting and serving ramen gave the brand a lively, energetic vibe, while the predominant wood finish interiors evoke a naturally cozy ambiance that comes to define ramen eateries.