Maybe it’s the shrinking daylight hours or the intermittent downpours over the last few days, but Seattle’s ready for ramen. Whether ordering takeout — many restaurants offer to-go ramen kits — or braving the weather to huddle over a bowl of hot pork broth and silky noodles, diners have plenty of options in the city, from food truck Midnite Ramen’s Abashiri Kani Miso Ramen with crab-flavored broth to Ooink’s garlicky Kotteri Ramen with noodles made with local spring water. Here’s our guide to some of the best ramen restaurants in Seattle, listed from north to south.
All restaurants listed offer takeout and indoor dining. As of October 25, King County will require proof of vaccination for everyone ages 12+ at indoor establishments, restaurants, and bars. Studies indicate there is a lower exposure risk when eating outdoors, and the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines. Please visit King County’s COVID website for resources and current information.Read More