Where to Eat Ramen in Dallas
Looking for the best ramen in Dallas? Keep reading to discover our favorite places!
Lately we’ve been craving ramen something fierce! Maybe it’s because we’re doing Whole30 this January or just the shear fact that ramen done well is absolutely delicious and totally crave worthy!
First off we have Wabi House conveniently located on the bustling lower Greenville avenue. Recently we went to lunch at Wabi house and were impressed by not only the atmosphere but also the awesome lunch specials.
What to order:
- Shisito peppers (if you like spicy which we do!)
- Crispy curried chickpeas (didn’t try but sound delish!)
- Veggie Ramen (so filling and healthy)
- Tonkotsu Ramen
- Green Tea
TEN Ramen has been on our list of Dallas restaurants for a while and we finally had the opportunity to try it after a wonderful meet and great with Apothic Wines. Shoutout to that team because they’re awesome! Now back to TEN Ramen. TEN Ramen comes from the brain and creative genius behind Tei-An. They offer a variety of house made ramen & other Japanese dishes.
Tucked away in the newly built Sylvan Thirty complex it’s a small hole in the wall type place that’s incredibly cozy. You won’t find any tables inside just a counter to eat your delicious ramen on. You order from a tablet and wait in anticipation for your ramen. Also, as a side note, your ramen should be consumed within 5-10 minutes! P.S. There are no to-go orders…
What to order:
- The LOBSTER Ramen!!!!!!!! It’s made up of roasted lobster tossed in chile oil and togarashi spice combined with a miso broth fortified by sake and mirin. To add to this decadent dish they top it off with delicate sweet crab. It’s FANTASTIC!
TEI-AN is one of our favorite places for a celebratory night out and/or a special date night. I think it’s one of the most romantic restaurants in Dallas. The service is incredible, the food consistent, elevated and delightful every time and the interior is gorgeous. When stepping into TEI-AN I feel like I’m transported somewhere else and slip into a state of ‘zenness’.
TEI-AN specializes in Japanese soba noodles (and is the mastermind behind TEN Ramen) and therefore since it’s about our favorite ramen in Dallas I HAD to include TEI-AN on this list. Their noodles are made by hand from deliciously nutty and nutritious buckwheat flour. You can order these delightful noodles hot or cold. Cold comes with an assortment of dipping sauces and when you’ve finished your noodles your server pours hot water over them resulting in a delicious broth – elevating your dining experience yet again!
Also, did I mention there’s a secret rooftop bar? Ask your server about it next time you’re there!
*TEI-AN Photo cred: Excesstx
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Where’s your go to spot in Dallas for ramen? Let us know in the comments below!
Emily & Barbie