Ramen — the classically Asian dish — is trending all over the country, and Miami is no longer falling behind the trend. The typical ingredients in ramen are noodles, a salted broth, miso, soy, vegetables, and the chef’s pick of protein. Typically served warm, these bowls topped with eggs, pork or chicken are good no matter how high the mercury rises, and here are six ramen spots worth checking out.
Ichimi gives the ramen bowl an upgrade with its modern twist on Asian cuisine. The relaxed atmosphere makes it a perfect venue to enjoy homemade noodles in a variety broth flavors. Try the Tonkatsu ramen that comes with pork belly, a hanjuku egg, and bamboo shoots.
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Momi serves Japanese wheat flour noodles made daily in its popular bone marrow broth. Nestled away in Brickell, the restaurant only serves 19 people at time, causing for demand to exceed supply plenty of nights. Cash only.
Moshi Moshi serves ramen with a side of party. This spot hosts famous sake bomb parties and offers more than 30 sakes to “enhance” its four different types of ramen that range from pork-filled to vegetarian.
Shokudo brings together Asian comfort food with unique drinks. Its signature dish is the roast pork ramen that is served with garlic pork, corn, scallions, and spinach butter.
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It wouldn’t be Miami without some seafood ramen, and K Ramen Burger Beer doesn’t disappoint. Its decadent lobster-filled ramen is swimming in a spicy sauce and served with a perfectly poached egg.
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Housed inside Brickell watering hole Baby Jane, Japanese import Shimuja serves up a variety of ramen bowls in a surprising setting. Opt for the restaurant favorite Tonkotsu ramen made with an almost creamy like pork broth.