In celebration of this perfect comfort food, we are featuring an array of ramen-themed delights one might find here at Momo.
|Colorful ramen bowls by Danica are large enough |
for even the most decadent bowl of noodles.
|Wonderfully talented local designer Stasia Burrington’s |
“Ramen Girl” pins are beyond adorable.
|100% cotton kitchen towels feature |
12 different doodles of delectable ramen bowls.
|The eternally popular Ramen Shark tee from SumoFish.|
|Wear your ramen on something other than your shirt! |
Ramen tabbisocks to keep your tootsies warm.
No blog post about food would be complete without some dining suggestions! Here are some of our favorite places you can find ramen right here in the International District:
•As much as we refrain from cluing people in to our secret den of deliciousness, we can't help ourselves. Tsukushinbo serves ramen as their lunch special on Fridays. Their broth simmers for days before being deemed worthy.
•Fu Lin’s China-meets-Japan offering is affordable and hearty! Definitely add a side of gyoza.
•Next door neighbor Kaname specializes in two types of ramen: shio and miso tonkatsu. Pair with a cocktail made by Momo's very own Leland for a terrific dinner.
•Samurai Noodles is a neighborhood go-to. Added bonus: there are a variety of add-ons you can request for your soup.