If I was to rate it against what would have been an ok experience in Japan then it would be a 2 star rating. But for what I would accept in Denmark it is ok, but nothing special.
I sat myself up at the counter with view of the dishes being made, a part of your normal Japanese small ramen shop experience.
I had orderd the Tonkutso ramen, a normal heavy dish. The look was fine, the chatsu pork was thinly sliced, to have it heat up by the broth. But often this also takes away the flowers of the slices and only give a little texture more than giving a lush piece where the flowers would sing through.
The broth was fine, not deep layered but had a fine base taste to it, not as thick as I would have liked it, seemed a little bit underdeveloped for a Tonkutso broth.
Getting down to the noodles, it was a mixed pleasure, a couple of bites I got the spaghetti taste and feel, unfortunately. But then other times it was ok, but should never think spaghetti when eating ramen. The amount however was fine, nice amount to the broth, and they even have the kaedama option if you finish off with more broth to go and want a little extra noodles.
The egg was the highlight, perfect.
So yes the experience was ok, the price still a bit high, but not that I wouldn't say stay away if you are in a hurry.
GooglePlace - March 2017
Papa Ramen gave me and my brother an excellent experience!
My brother is a renowned chief so he is not easily impressed, but he was. We never thought we would catch such a lovely meal on a nice restaurant in Copenhagen, so cheap. We only paid 120 D. kr. for their flagship dish and it was superb and very fulfilling! The meat was tender, the taste was rich and it was clearly made with a lot of love and expertise!
The place is cozy and the staff great!
We give our highest recommendation to Papa Ramen!
GooglePlace - August 2016