Detroit Ramen Restaurant Is One Of The Best In The Country
In a recent feature by Time Out that highlights the best places for Ramen in the country, a Detroit restaurant was named. Though ramen has many traditional components to be expected in the meal, certain establishments are expanding how the bowl is cooked.
“Chefs are putting their spin on it, creating their own mash-up versions with everything from coconut curry broth to toppings like matzo balls or cheese,” The Food Network explains. As a result, there are some very unique ramen concoctions popping up in restaurants all over the country.
Presently, it is fair to say there are ramen options for everyone. Whether you are a vegetarian or prefer your bowl with a hearty protein, you are sure to find something that you’ll like. Furthermore, certain ramen specialty restaurants even allow you to build your own bowl. Regardless, one item that is imperative to amazing ramen is the noodles. The Detroit restaurant that was recognized for serving some of the best ramen in the country offers 12 different variations.
Johnny Noodle King
Located at 2601 W. Fort Street, Johnny Noodle King is open seven days per week. Before you get to your main noodle order, you can dig into one of their snack items. These include bacon fried rice, Lobster Rangoon, and mochi.
Then, on to the main event. Each of the 12 ramen bowls offers an entirely different mouth-watering experience. The New Seul and the Chicken Ramen are the most traditional recipes. However, there are also items like the Smoked Butter Noodles, with no broth. If you want to add spice, there’s the Red Curry bowl or the Burnt Garlic Miso. Lastly, if this all seems too much for your taste buds, the “Dorm Room” may be your best option. That allows you to choose any broth and add in any noodle option.
Speaking of add-ons, there are also over 40 items you can add to your bowl of ramen. In addition, Johnny Noodle King also allows you to make a night of it while at their establishment. Every Monday through Friday, there’s a happy hour from 3pm-6pm. The Johnny Noodle King drink menu is extensive, with roughly 30 different choices.