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3 couple met here for dinner with no clue, luckily our server Virek was very helpful and explained the menu and answered all of our questions. We got there right before happy hour was over so we put in an order of Bao and Balls....More
The Korean fried chicken was outstanding. The Wonton ramen was OK. Unfortunately, the Wonton was all pork without a hint of shrimp. May be the chef forgot to put in the shrimp. The Pork belly ramen was average, with only one small, thin slice of...More
Heard a lot about Xinji, so thought we'd give it a try on a Tuesday night. Located in Ohio City, the noodle bar is in a converted older building, so it has the charm of exposed brick walls and high ceilings, but that "industrial" atmosphere...More
A nice surprise on the West Side! I ducked in here with some friends and was really impressed.
Had the spicy miso ramen and spicy pork dumplings with a pot of tea. Service was prompt and efficient. Both dishes were filling and tasty.
Stopped in on a Friday night. Service was great. The food even better. We had the Korean Fried Chicken appetizer, awesome. My entree was the Unagi Rice Bowl, I truly enjoyed it... Will definitely go again!
This is an inexpensive and quick place to have dinner. It has a full bar. The menu, though not very extensive, has enough offerings for any taste. The Kimchi balls were good, with the Kimchi (cheese) one was our favorite. The pork and chicken did...More
This is my second visit because I didn't want to assume something that nay not be true, but it was true. First the good and kind if good news: the food. I had the miso and chicken wings. The miso was beautiful. The broth flavorful...More
We were surprised to see a restaurant based on ramen noodles, which we associated with the cheap salty instant noodles. But a review in the local newsweekly convinced us to try it. We were glad that we did! The noodles were thick and chewy, and...More