Steaming, delicious bowls of Ramen are some of the most comforting food, and Austin offers some of the best Ramen spots that are sure to satisfy your cravings. Take a look at 8 different Ramen restaurants in Austin that are truly the best of the best.
Who doesn’t love some good Japanese soul food? Ramen Tatsu-Ya is located on 6th Street and welcomes all guests.
This ramen shop is considered an original classic in Austin. There’s an abundance of different choices to choose from. They have the Tonkotsu original, which is a good option for new people to the Ramen world.
The shop also produces a lighter chicken shoyu broth (called the Ol’ Skool) and veggie ramen made from soy and mushroom broth.
From the abundance of topping options to the delicious broth, the Ramen Tatsu-Ya is an amazing choice to check out.
For a lighter taken on ramen, Daruma Ramen is another great classic choice to check out. What is unique about this joint is that they specialize in whole chicken broth ramen made with eggless tapioca-based ramen noodles. All of our stock and bases are freshly made every day from scratch to ensure you will get a tasty meal. The menu is also very simple yet delicious. They offer four varieties of Ramen based off your cravings : Shio, Shoyu, Miso, and Vegetable (which is vegan).
Michi Ramen is a fun experience that is great to come with friends! The chefs make sure to make this an interactive experience that guests will remember.
Order by first picking your choice of Ramen, broth, then add whatever toppings of your choosing. There are tons of different options to choose from which is great for all.
There are also three different locations that guests can choose from (north, south, and one behind Hold in the Wall on Campus).
Haru seeks to bring spring into the food and service by instilling the energy and revitalization atmosphere of spring into the food.
This eatery also serves a daily happy hour with great specials to choose from.
The chefs at Look Noodles give the Ramen dish the respect it deserves. They offer delicious hibachi grill entrees, classic ramen, teppanyaki stir-fried entrees, and Mochi ice cream for dessert.
What’s special about the Japanese ramen noodles is that the tonkatsu ramen originated in Fukuoka on the island of Kyushu.
Depending on the type of soup one chooses, it’s based in a creamy miso broth with ramen noodles, Ajitama egg, menma, corn, scallions, and nori.
Another great spot is Komé. The ramen is known for being a little different than other places with fun toppings to spice up the Ramen such as spinach and leaves.
Although they specialize in ramen, they also serve other meals such as sushi and other sides. Some sides off of the menu are the seaweed salad, edamame, the sashimi sampler, and more!
This Tokyo-born and L.A.-bred ramen chain is a fan favorite in the town of Austin.
Specialty bowls include the Jinya Tonkotsu Black (which comes with garlic chips, garlic oil, and fried onion), Wonton Chicken Ramen (served with wonton, spinach, and green onion), and Sprouting Up Ramen (which gets its name from both crispy brussels sprouts and spicy bean sprouts).
Or if you want to customize your own bowl with toppings, there are plenty to choose from–chicken chashu, pork soboro, bok choy, broccoli, and more.
The moment this restaurant opened its doors, they immediately began drawing long lines from crowds all over.
Koriente strives to offer delicious Asian-inspired dishes that are healthy, affordable, and quick. For those on any sort of diet or health kick, this is the place for you.
Koriente doesn’t fake being healthy, they simply are healthy and delicious. The restaurant doesn’t add MSG to dishes and minimizes the amount of oil, sugar, and salt content.
Ramen in Austin
Feeling hungry yet? We know we are! These Ramen restaurants in Austin s will take you one step closer to satisfy those cravings!
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