Ryus Noodle Bar

This is one of three competing noodle restaurants in Baldwin Village. Their menu is minimal and clear, with beautiful photography. I haven’t been to a lot of ramen restaurants, but ordering was kinda different. Each ramen comes with a special sauce and there are six to choose from. They recommend that you add the special sauce after you’ve eaten half of the ramen. It allows you experience a different flavour of your noodles! Interesting!

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Ryus Noodle Bar
Ryus Noodle Bar
Tsukemen | $11.25

I ordered Tsukemen Ramen, it’s a different way of eating ramen, you dip it in a sauce instead of having broth in the same bowl as your noodles. I guess this method is not for the lazy. It was delicious though!

Shio Ramen
Shio Ramen | $9.50

Sally ordered Shio ramen with garlic and shallot oil sauce. The broth was quite fishy, but the noodles were still good.

The waiters were friendly and nice. Seating wasn’t too cramped, considering the amount of space they had. I enjoyed my experience here!

Ryus Noodle Bar
Ryus Noodle Bar

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