Announcing our unique selection of ramen specials!
- Now Serving Select Local Beers. Great Prices!
- Reviewed by Thrillist. Check out the "Putting the "oooo"s back into your noodles" article.
- Download our to go menu (PDF, 1.1MB) for convenient take out service.
The House of Ramen
223 SW Columbia Street
starting June 1, 2013
Mon to Fri:
Lunch: 11 am to 3 pm
Dinner: 5 pm to 9 pm
Sat: 12 pm to 9 pm
Tonkotsu is a pork based soup rich in flavor. Tonkotsu soup is originally developed in Kyushu (most southern part of Japan). Our Tonkotsu soup is well balanced with just right amount of thickness yet has a very complex flavor.
Shoyu is a soy source based soup. It has a brown and clear color broth, based on a chicken and vegetable stock with soy sauce. Shoyu soup is mostly common in Honsyu (main part of Japan). Our Shoyu soup is light with a very rich flavor.
Miso is a bean paste based soup (similar to miso soup). Miso soup is originally developed in Hokkaido (Northern Japan). Miso soup used in Ramen noodle is a thick, nutty, slightly sweet and very hearty soup. Our Miso soup is faithful to original miso flavor you may encounter in Hokkaido.
Tomato is a tomato and soy source based soup. Tomato Raman is inspired by Italian dishes. It has a very refreshing flavor which can be enhanced by adding a dash of Tabasco.