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Your Ramen Round-up: 5 Ramen Spots You’ll Love A Bowl Lot!

There’s nothing better than a piping hot bowl of noodles when you’re in the mood for some savory carbs, and these spots have some of the best ramen in Atlanta! Keep reading for our recommendations on where to get your slurp on today.

 

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1. JINYA

Slow simmered broths, heaping portions of perfectly cooked noodles, and a spicy vegan option that’s got a soy based broth that’s off-the-charts good make us come back to Jinya time and time again. Their spicy chicken ramen is their best seller, but you can’t go wrong with any of the 13 flavor combinations on the menu. Feeling extra hungry? Get an extra portion of noodles and take your broth to go. Be sure to also sample their other offerings, like their truffle oil fried brussel sprouts and their pork JINYA bun!

 

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2. Tanaka Express

There’s a new lunch spot at Emory Point serving up some truly excellent noodles! They’ve got all the classics, from tonkotsu to even cold, brothless ramen. You’ll be wonton their WonTon Chicken Ramen all the time, which tastes like pure comfort and is made with wontons, spinach, green onion, and fried onions over thin noodles. The best item on the menu, however, might be their karaage don chicken–a type of Japanese fried chicken that we’re always craving. Slurp’s up!

 

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3. Wagaya

Find this cozy little spot in West Midtown and Emory. This place gets an “A” for its classic ramen dishes like red tonkotsu black and black tonkotsu ramen, but an “A+” overall for just being a super solid, affordable price for all things savory and Japanese. You’ll love their Ishiyaki Chashu Fried Rice that’s served piping hot in a stone bowl, and their tonkotsu, and their Treasure Box “Tamate Bako” that’s smoky perfection.

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4. Momonoki

Momonoki is a real treasure in Midtown. When it’s extra hot out, you can still get your ramen fix with their brothless ramen option.  Don’t miss out on their bakery either, the Momo Cafe, with beautiful Japanese-style treats like a strawberry matcha millefeuille and matcha cookies and brownies as well as Japanese influenced brunch offerings like matcha French Toast and karaage Fried Chicken and Waffles on the weekends. Really starving? Go for their XL ramen portion that’ll super satisfy any appetite.

 

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5. Lanzhou Ramen

This Buford Highway spot is the authentic and easy-on-the-budget meal you’ve been looking for. Lan Zhou doesn’t have the ramen bowls you’re used to, but their hand-pulled and knife cut ramen noodle dishes are all outstanding. The best part is getting to watch them make the noodles right in front of your eyes! Pro-tip: don’t skip out on their pan-fried dumplings either!

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