The Top 10 Ramen Places To Eat At In Phoenix

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There’s nothing like a big bowl of noodles that is endlessly customizable. No matter your tastes, ramen can be made just to your liking. From a plain bowl for the pickiest of eaters to a unique blend of ingredients most people wouldn’t think would go together, here are our top 10 places in Phoenix to eat ramen.

 

Hachi Ramen
Where: Tempe

This ramen restaurant has four basic bowls: tonkotsu, shoyu, miso, and a house bowl called the Hachi Special. They also offer sides like homemade karaage chicken, a flavorful miso broth, and melty slices of chashu pork belly.

 

Haiku Tokyo
Where: Gilbert

At San Tan Village Mall, this quick-serve eatery serves ramen plus Asian-fusion boba tea. You can get appetizers like seaweed salad and takosarada salad, and then choose from ramen flavors like shoyu, miso, and tonkotsu.

 

Cherryblossom Noodle Café
Where: Phoenix
With both ramen and non-Japanese food on the menu, Cherryblossom offers a unique blend of flavors to pick and choose from.

 

Hot Noodles Cold Sake
Where: Scottsdale
With a chef who spent time training in Japan, this restaurant has a great goma. 

 

Azusa Ramen
Where: Tempe
If you’re looking for a traditional ramen, this menu features tonkotsu, miso, shio, and vegetarian ramen to choose from.

 

OBON Sushi + Bar + Ramen
Where: Scottsdale
With traditional Japanese dishes with a Korean spin — like ramen — the menu features everything from tonkotsu black and veggie white to tonkots and chilled ramen. They also offer double protein or vegan options.
 

Origami Ramen Bar
Where: Ahwatukee
The ramen here features an ultra-rich and creamy chicken broth. You can also go beyond ramen with  Japanese rice bowls, handrolls, and appetizers like karaage. 

 

Ramen Hood
Where: Scottsdale
If you’re looking for customization of your ramen, this is the place to go. You pick a base (noodles, traditional or gluten-free), then a broth, then a protein (chicken, pork or tofu). And don’t forget the toppings, like soft-boiled eggs, bamboo and more.

 

Umami at Shady Park
Where: Tempe
This open air restaurant near ASU offers a build-your-own-bowl option for ramen, but also features house bowls like the Spicy Shoyu or the Miso Hungry.

 

Tampopo
Where: Tempe
This authentic Japanese ramen spot brings ultra-spicy, curry, miso, soy milk, and seafood to your bowl. There’s a selection of protein and toppings to choose from to complete your bowl. 

 

There you have it, there’s our top 10 ramen places to eat at in phoenix and around the valley! We hope you enjoyed our list here at AZ Local Business!

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