Tag Archives: Ramen

8 Ramen Spots for the Perfect Nood Photo

Source: Washingtonian Food

Skip the chicken-flavor plastic packs for the real stuff. Daikaya / sunday lunch date @daikayadc / . . . #leica #bokeh #food #travelphotography #walkwithlocals #leica #foodporn #mydccool #usaprimeshot #goexplore #leicaq #daikaya #wanderlust #ramen #instatravel #washingtondc #igdc #candidfm #wonderfulplaces #acreativedc A post shared by Tae (@cosmotographer) on Jan 8, 2018 at 3:41am PST Bamboo (photo)shoots. Izakaya […]

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Irwin Street Market founder to open the Market at Center Park in March

Source: Atlanta Magazine

The Market at Center Park renderingBy Jake Rothschild Irwin Street Market and Jake’s Ice Creams founder Jake Rothschild is opening a tiny market in East Point. Called the Market at Center Park, it will feature 300 square feet of locally made goods, ranging from bread and pasta to chocolates and pies. Targeting a mid-March opening, the Market is a result of Rothchild’s food incubator, a program that works to develop local chefs and artisans and help them expand into the community. Many of the people participating in the Market have taught at Rothchild’s Cooking School at Irwin Street Market. Coconut custard ...

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There’s a Surprise Seafood Ramen Pop-Up at Little Fish

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

Little Fish is a tiny restaurant — 22 seats if you’re not counting the couple tables they sometimes throw outside when the weather is good. […]

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Neighborhood Ramen, Philly’s Hottest Instagram Pop-Up, Is Coming to Garage Fishtown

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

West Philly’s Neighborhood Ramen is the latest Insta-based pop-up to tantalize us with secret locations, extremely limited seatings, and beautiful shots of steaming bowls of brothy goodness. The […]

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Jinya Is Opening a Huge Ramen Restaurant on 14th Street Next Week

Source: Washingtonian Food

Jinya Ramen Bar, the Los Angeles-based franchise known for its Japanese noodle soups, is opening a massive location on 14th Street next Monday—the first in DC following an East Coast flagship in Fairfax’s Mosaic District, which debuted last year. With it comes a menu far more extensive than what a ramen shop might call to mind: […]

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You need to eat at the Jusgo Supermarket food court in Duluth

Source: Atlanta Magazine

The cold skin noodles from Xi’an Gourmet HousePhotograph by Jennifer Zyman I’ve never stopped and counted how many just Asian supermarkets there are in metro Atlanta, but I wager the number is larger than you think. And what’s so cool about them is that they don’t sell just groceries. Instead these mini-malls offer everything from a dramatic Korean visor that blocks out all the sun to slippers that sweep the floor as you walk to a toilet with an integrated bidet. But the best part, undoubtedly, is the food court. While I have my favorite Asian food courts around Atlanta (more ...

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The 5 Best Ramen Bowls Around DC

Source: Washingtonian Food

This comes from our 2017 Cheap Eats list, our guide to inexpensive ethnic dining in the region. Shio Ren’s Ramen nails its salt-accented Sapporo-style broth with the perfect proportion of umami to pork. 11403 Amherst Ave., Silver Spring; 301-933-3725. Shoyu Soy-sauce-scented ramens can taste one-note, but Haikan’s bowl is multilayered and nicely balanced, thanks to the chintan, a […]

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The 5 Best Ramen Bowls Around DC

Source: Washingtonian Food

Shio Ren’s Ramen nails its salt-accented Sapporo-style broth with the perfect proportion of umami to pork. 11403 Amherst Ave., Silver Spring; 301-933-3725. Shoyu Soy-sauce-scented ramens can taste one-note, but Haikan’s bowl is multilayered and nicely balanced, thanks to the chintan, a stock made from chicken, pork, and beef. 805 V St., NW; 202-299-1000. Tonkotsu The richness of […]

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Navigating New York’s New Wave of Asian Chain Restaurants

Source: Grub Street NY

A guide to the long lines, often-kooky concepts, and oodles of noodles.

Ikinari Steak
90 E. 10th St.

Low-budget beefsteak.

Established: Tokyo, 2013; over 100 branches in Japan.

Best known for: No seats: quick turnover (and presumably all that money saved on chair upkeep) equals discounted rib eyes, sirloins, …

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Popular ramen hotspot in Old Fourth Ward closes for the summer

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Interior of Nexto. / Photo credit: Caren West PR.

The modern and industrial Japanese restaurant, Nexto, is closing to the public for the summer.

The Old Fourth Ward restaurant from Concentrics Restaurants’, known for its ramen from executive chef Mihoko Obunai and its extensive beverage menu, has stopped all regular lunch and dinner service.

Instead, it is shifting be gears this summer to serve as a private event space for meetings, parties and other gatherings. In addition, its menu will extend beyond the Japanese-centric dishes of Nexto and will include dishes inspired by other Concentric Restaurants’ concepts.

As of now Nexto, which opened last ...

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The Absolute Best Ramen in New York

Source: Grub Street NY

It’s time to talk New York’s best ramen. Since the first craze of the 2000s, the city’s scene has expanded well beyond its original territory in the East Village and midtown — raising the stakes, introducing new styles, and increasing New Yorkers’ expectations. Here, the city’s five best …

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A Huge Ramen Restaurant Is Opening on 14th Street This Summer

Source: Washingtonian Food

Just when poke seems to be eclipsing the ramen trend, a 4,000-square-foot noodle shop plans to open on 14th Street (with poke). Jinya Ramen Bar, a Los Angeles-based chain that opened its first East Coast location in Fairfax’s Mosaic District last year, will debut its long-planned DC branch early this summer, though a precise opening date has […]

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Erik Bruner-Yang Will Celebrate Toki Underground’s Anniversary Amid Lawsuit With the Restaurant

Source: Washingtonian Food

When Toki Underground marks its sixth year in business on Sunday, there will be two celebrations: one at the H Street NE ramen restaurant, and another down the street from the former chef and partner who’s in a lawsuit with the restaurant. The dueling birthday parties, set for the same date around the same time, […]

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6 Atlanta soups to soothe what ails you

Source: Atlanta Magazine

With the months of this mild winter dwindling, it might not feel like soup season, but never doubt the ability of a warm bowl to provide instant comfort, whether you are looking to soothe a cold, your broken heart, or the lingering sting from that not-so-Super Bowl. Here are six of my year-round favorites. The chicken soup at Rincon Latino.Photograph by Jennifer Zyman. Chicken soup with rice at Rincon Latino The El Salvadorean treasure known for its pupusas (filled discs of masa) also has excellent chicken soup. The rich, golden broth is clearly fortified with lots of chicken pieces. Each ...

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6 Atlanta soups to soothe what ails you

Source: Atlanta Magazine

With the months of this mild winter dwindling, it might not feel like soup season, but never doubt the ability of a warm bowl to provide instant comfort, whether you are looking to soothe a cold, your broken heart, or the lingering sting from that not-so-Super Bowl. Here are six of my year-round favorites. The chicken soup at Rincon Latino.Photograph by Jennifer Zyman. Chicken soup with rice at Rincon Latino The El Salvadorean treasure known for its pupusas (filled discs of masa) also has excellent chicken soup. The rich, golden broth is clearly fortified with lots of chicken pieces. Each ...

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TenPenh 2.0 Opens in Tysons with Peking Duck Feasts, Three Styles of Ramen

Source: Washingtonian Food

Few restaurants make a splashy comeback after closing, but TenPenh is one of the lucky ones. The Asian eatery from chef Jeff Tunks originally opened in 2000 at Pennsylvania Avenue and 10th Street, Northwest (hence the name), and enjoyed an 11 year run with some notable hits—take the Chinese-style smoked lobster, which lives on at fellow Passion Food Hospitality restaurants. Now, five years after shuttering, TenPenh 2.0 is reborn in an elaborate, 200-seat space in Tysons Corner.

Why revive it?

“It was my favorite restaurant overall, food-wise” says Tunks.

Patrons will find Japanese, Korean, and Chinese influences on the menu, among ...

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Ramen Pop-Up at Taqueria Feliz

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

A Mexican bao bun? It’s happening this week in Manayunk.

Have you ever felt like your burrito needed more noodles? Or your ramen needed more tortilla chips? Neither have we, nonetheless we’re intrigued by the pop-up Taqueria Feliz has planned. The Manayunk Mexican restaurant is hosting a ramen pop-up. Mexican-Asian fusion might sound weird but we’re willing to give dishes like Ramen Poblano a try.

And the Main Street bar will also be well stocked with Sapporo Pilsner and Black Raspberry “Sake-Ritas.”

Check out the rest of the menu.

Miso Cucumber Salad
Habanero miso dressing, cucumber, cabbage, carrot, crispy shallot

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Ramen Pop-Up at Taqueria Feliz

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

A Mexican bao bun? It’s happening this week in Manayunk.

Have you ever felt like your burrito needed more noodles? Or your ramen needed more tortilla chips? Neither have we, nonetheless we’re intrigued by the pop-up Taqueria Feliz has planned. The Manayunk Mexican restaurant is hosting a ramen pop-up. Mexican-Asian fusion might sound weird but we’re willing to give dishes like Ramen Poblano a try.

And the Main Street bar will also be well stocked with Sapporo Pilsner and Black Raspberry “Sake-Ritas.”

Check out the rest of the menu.

Miso Cucumber Salad
Habanero miso dressing, cucumber, cabbage, carrot, crispy shallot

...

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Yet Again, a New Ramen Ad Is Better Than Anything on American TV

Source: Grub Street NY

If it wasn’t already clear, the best thing on television right is … Japanese ramen commercials. Behaving as if the world isn’t about to be set on fire, Cup Noodles — the No. 1 food of college students everywhere — released a new ad that features decked-out samurais …

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International Noodle Expert Wagamama Lands in New York This Week

Source: Grub Street NY

New York is — there’s no question about it — saturated with great ramen. But that hasn’t stopped city slurpers from itching for an outpost of London’s obsessed-over noodle chain Wagamama, especially since it landed in Boston nearly a decade ago. It enjoys an unusually sterling …

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12 Impressive New Noodle Dishes That Will at Least Make You Feel a Little Better

Source: Grub Street NY

Winter is right around the corner, both literally and metaphorically, which means: It is noodle season. New York’s ramen obsession hasn’t abated yet, and new shops continue to open, while some of the city’s top spots introduce new and often very creative bowls. But there’s a good chance you’re going …

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