Yes, it’s a bit “nipply” out. We get it. And there’s no better way to warm that body and soul by slurping down a stellar bowl of hot ramen. Here’s a quick list of some ramen spots sure to get that body temperature turned up and turned out.
Ramen Sora does Ramen well. It’s the main focus of this noodle eatery with an addition to add a few sides to your ramen if you’d like or some extra toppings – like extra butter or spicy meat. Uhhhh, yes. 4490 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102 www.ramensoralv.com 702.685.1011
Jinya Ramen Bar
Jinya Ramen Bar hails from California, but Vegas locals are crying tears of joy that they can now taste the traditional “Tonkotsu” style ramen from Jinya. Jinya also serves up small tapas and fully customizable options for your bowl of ramen, if you’re really about that noodle life. 4860 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103 www.jinya-ramenbar.com 702.868.8877
Monta is the one that started it all in Vegas. They serve “Kurume” style ramen with the broth being made from selected pork bones and the unique soy sauce from Japan with thin, unrisen noodles. The space is small so be prepared to wait because it’s the truth. 5030 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89146 www.montaramen.com 702.367.4600
If ramen is your thing or if you’re a “Noodle Newb”, Fukumimi is the spot to try. Ramen connoisseurs and locals say this is one the best bowls of ramen in town. The spicy miso ramen and the kaarage chicken, which is Japanese-style fried chicken are must gets. 4860 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89119 702.631.2933
Ramen Tatsu dishes up 9 different types of ramen and they’re all great along with small plates and sides. Their Habanero ramen is killer as well as their “Tsukemen”, which is a dipping soup where the noodles and broth are served separately. Eat your heart out. 3400 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89146 702.629.7777
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