Ramen at Umaido Review


Bowl of Ramen


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It’s already in my tummy.  And it was delicious.

After years of eating the Ramen noodle college diet, I’ve steered clear of it.  There is only so much cheap Ramen a Southern, Asian girl can handle.  I love noodles.  I love pasta.  I love food.  But Ramen had worn out its welcome about a thousand packs ago.  However, Umaido Restaurant made me change my mind.  I’ve seen the History Channel special of how Ramen began in China and later exported to Japan, where the art was perfected and consumed as a still thriving gourmet industry.  Overseas, http://vhealthportal.com/product-category/womens-health/, these Ramen shops make their own dough, hand crafted to perfection.  Vegetables and meat are mixed into a hearty broth that transforms the American concept of Ramen from Fast Food to Fine Dining.  It’s no easy task.  Umaido is a little window into the Asian market of Ramen noodles.  It’s done well and delicious.

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