There’s nothing quite as comforting as a bowl of ramen. It keeps you warm in the cold winter months (like June), while a couple variations let you enjoy it even when the weather heats up: tsukemen, where you dip cold ramen noodles in broth, or hiyashi chuka, which is cold noodles served with toppings. Everyone has their favorite types of broth, tare (flavoring), noodles, and toppings, and ramen restaurants (and variations) abound in the Seattle area.
That said, a truly great bowl of ramen isn’t always easy to find. Here’s our list of nine restaurants that are consistently some of the best places to these Japanese noodles.
Know of a spot that should be on our radar? Send us a tip by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. As usual, this list is not ranked; it’s organized geographically.Read More