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Posted by Tracy C. on 10/16/2009
Nothing warms you up and makes your tummy and body thank you like a bowl of hearty ramen. This place obviously can't compare to the ramen in Japan, but we are stuck in Boston where Ramen supply is low, this place helps feed the cravings. Ever since I moved into the neighborhood, I've visited many times and tried the house ramen, miso ramen, spicy miso ramen, sesame ramen and the vegetable gyoza. My favorite so far is the spicy miso ramen. The soup is thick and super flavorful, the meat is stir-fried in this awesome spicy sauce and the bean sprout and bamboo shoots makes the perfect balance. The noodle quality is average but there really isn't many places in Boston where you can find real ramen noodles. A lot of people complain about chicken soup + pork = gross, but honestly, that's how all the ramen is made, sometimes there's chicken, pork, beef, fish...etc in the stock and the most traditional meat topping is pork slices. If you want authentic this is what you get, else go for the vege ramen--according to my vegetarian friends it's very good as well.
Posted by Jared on 03/31/2007
My first ever ramen bar, the only downsides were the only meat available is pork and the ramen was a bit greasy.