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DFW's 10 Best Bowls Of Ramen

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Though perhaps not as developed as many other major cities, DFW does have a ramen scene. From traditional tonkotsu broth prepared by one of the city's best Japanese chefs to Texas-inspired ramen topped with smoked brisket, these 10 restaurants serve up the area's best bowls. After trying them all, don't be surprised if those greasy packets of instant noodles no longer satisfy your cravings.

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Getting a bowl of ramen at Tei-An is perhaps the best way to afford dining at this elegant Japanese eatery.

Ten Ramen

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This West Dallas ramen joint boasts a full, authentic ramen menu. Chef Teiichi Sakurai wants to mimic traditional Japanese ramen joints as closely as possible, so that means you cannot take the ramen out or sit while slurping — it's sit at the bar or nothing.

Ichiro Ramen Shop

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Ichiro is the newest spot on this map, having just opened last October. This ramen spot has simple decor and simply delicious ramen — the Spicy Tonkatsu is a crowd favorite.
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Ramen Hakata

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This cozy Addison spot has an open kitchen to watch the pro chefs perfect your noodles. Try the garlicky Chashu Miso Ramen.
Ramen Hakata

Wabi House

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This Lowest Greenville joint has a full ramen menu but also has delicious non-ramen items like fried shiitakes with bone marrow butter.
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20 Feet Seafood Joint

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Though primarily known for it's hearty seafood, 20 Feet Seafood Joint also makes a mean pork belly ramen.

Kazy's Gourmet

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Kazy's Gormet is a go-to stop for chefs. Swing by to get all the supplies necessary for a fresh, homemade sushi dinner, and grab a bowl of their tonkotsu ramen while you're in.

Hanabi Ramen

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Hanabi has homes in Fort Worth and Carrolton. They recently added a veggie ramen to the menu, so feel free to bring your meat-free friends here.
Hanabi Ramen & Izakaya

Monta Ramen

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This Vegas export is know for it's variety in broths — try a bowl with the slightly odd looking "kuro" ramen with black garlic oil.

Woodshed Smokehouse

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Believe it or not, this Fort Worth smokehouse has one of the most tasty ramen choices in DFW. Tim Love has crafted a delicious bowl of ramen with pulled pork, carrots, bell peppers, chiles, and a poached quail egg.
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Tei-An

Getting a bowl of ramen at Tei-An is perhaps the best way to afford dining at this elegant Japanese eatery.

Ten Ramen

This West Dallas ramen joint boasts a full, authentic ramen menu. Chef Teiichi Sakurai wants to mimic traditional Japanese ramen joints as closely as possible, so that means you cannot take the ramen out or sit while slurping — it's sit at the bar or nothing.

Ichiro Ramen Shop

Ichiro is the newest spot on this map, having just opened last October. This ramen spot has simple decor and simply delicious ramen — the Spicy Tonkatsu is a crowd favorite.
Ichiro Ramen Shop/Facebook

Ramen Hakata

This cozy Addison spot has an open kitchen to watch the pro chefs perfect your noodles. Try the garlicky Chashu Miso Ramen.
Ramen Hakata

Wabi House

This Lowest Greenville joint has a full ramen menu but also has delicious non-ramen items like fried shiitakes with bone marrow butter.
Wabi House/Facebook

20 Feet Seafood Joint

Though primarily known for it's hearty seafood, 20 Feet Seafood Joint also makes a mean pork belly ramen.

Kazy's Gourmet

Kazy's Gormet is a go-to stop for chefs. Swing by to get all the supplies necessary for a fresh, homemade sushi dinner, and grab a bowl of their tonkotsu ramen while you're in.

Hanabi Ramen

Hanabi has homes in Fort Worth and Carrolton. They recently added a veggie ramen to the menu, so feel free to bring your meat-free friends here.
Hanabi Ramen & Izakaya

Monta Ramen

This Vegas export is know for it's variety in broths — try a bowl with the slightly odd looking "kuro" ramen with black garlic oil.

Woodshed Smokehouse

Believe it or not, this Fort Worth smokehouse has one of the most tasty ramen choices in DFW. Tim Love has crafted a delicious bowl of ramen with pulled pork, carrots, bell peppers, chiles, and a poached quail egg.
Woodshed Smokehouse/Facebook

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