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The ramen options at Saba Convenience Store
6.2

Saba Convenience Store

Korean

Kensington

$$$$Perfect For:Cheap EatsQuick EatsLunch

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Saba Convenience Store is a ramen bar and grocery store on Kensington High Street. We wouldn't go out of our way to eat here, but it's a fun, photogenic spot to know about if you're in the area and searching for a lunch under £10. The main draw for the teens and TikTokers that come here is the robot arm that makes the crispy-coated Korean fried chicken. That, and the machines gushing out boiling water to cook your ramen. Obviously you could make this at home, it's just instant ramen after all. But selecting the packet from a rainbow wall of options, customising your toppings, and letting machines do all the work makes this a fun experience to try once. We'd still just stick with the crispy, juicy KFC—it's by far the best thing here.

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