There are 338 ramen spots in Seattle. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.
Seattle has no shortage of ramen, and it’s all prepared authentically and deliciously. When you’re looking for a steaming bowl to tuck into, these are your spots.
Aloha Ramen has a wide variety of unique and classic ramen, so there’s always something new to try. This family-run spot offers over 20 different variations of ramen, as well as other traditional bites. Complement your dishes with a Japanese beer and you’ll have yourself an incredible culinary adventure.
We Love Their: Garlic Fried Rice, Tan Tan Ramen
3004 NE 127th St
Tsukushinbo’s ramen is locally famous despite the fact that they only serve it once a week. The soy-based broth is meticulously prepared over the course of four days and packed full of incredible flavor. They serve it 11:45am to 2:00pm every Friday, and you’re going to want to get to Tsukushinbo early if you want a chance at ramen this spectacular.
We Love Their: Friday Lunch
515 S Main St
KUKAI RAMEN IZAKAYA
Cooking their broth for over 10 hours and packing each ramen variety with tons of delicious and fresh ingredients, Kukai Ramen & Izakaya goes above and beyond. With outdoor seating, a full bar, and a chic and trendy environment, they provide an experience that goes beyond some of the best ramen in Seattle.
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