Did someone say Ramen? To get you the definitive list of the top Ramen spots, we scoured the top review and restaurant sites incorporating millions of expert and diner reviews. Check out everything you need to know about the best Ramen spots in Capitol Hill below.
Finding the right spot to satisfy your Ramen craving shouldn't be a full-time job. We looked at Yelp and Google’s ratings for 4854 spots across Seattle, analyzed 1095134 restaurant reviews, and sifted through 1116 lists and articles from the likes of SeattleMet, Eater and Curiocity – applying our Feastfox magic to sift through results. Yes, we even looked at SeattleMet - 29 Seattle Japanese Restaurants That Won’t Let You Down, Eater - Top Japanese Restaurants in Seattle That Go Beyond Sushi and Ramen and Curiocity - 6 Of The Very Best Ramen Spots In Seattle to pull this list together. If it’s on the list, we’ve checked and verified that the restaurant is still open and will showcase any updated hours and services you need to be aware of. Restaurants can’t pay to show up on this list, so you can trust what you see and enjoy Seattle’s hidden gems. We don’t recommend restaurants lightly, these 10 are really something special.
See what Ramen costs, on average, in each neighborhood. First Hill offers pricier Ramen, and Capitol Hill the most affordable. Knowing the average price of 1 bowl ramen will help you know what to expect next time you dine out.
|Neighborhood||Ave. price for 1 bowl ramen||# Ramen restaurants|
|South Lake Union||$12||4|
To elevate your pork belly ramen experience, we recommend some Pinot Gris to go with your dish. This pairing works especially well because this white wine balances the broth’s saltiness by softening the intensity.
When considering what goes best with miso ramen, we recommend a glass of Doc's Draft Hard Cider, it truly complements the dish as it offsets the saltiness of the broth.
Experts suggest pairing a tonkutso ramen with a glass of Sake, a popular rice wine.
At the World Ramen Noodle Eating Championship, Tim 'Eater X' Janus ate the most ramen in modern history, finishing exactly 11 pounds of it.
In United States, ramen-lovers come together annually on April 4 to celebrate National Ramen Day.
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