Miami, FL 33131
Miami New Times's Description
A Japanese noodle house, Momi Ramen keeps it simple, serving three types of ramen (tonkotsu, miso, and shoyu) with two topping choices: braised pork belly or gyoza. It’s open 24 hours and bowls are in the $14-16 range.
Tips from foursquare
Ramen is made fresh daily. Pork belly ramen is the best choice so far. It's a nice, little cozy place that makes you feel like you're in a restaurant in the suburb of Japan.
The gyoza here is insanely good!
Cash only. Big table outside for you & your friends. Fresh ingredients, nothing frozen. Over 30 kinds of sake. Expensive, but worth every dollar. Did I mention to bring cash?
Average pricing for a great bowl of ramen. Portions great and the noodle:soup ratio is perfect. Try the Hou Hou Shou sake, tastes like pear sparkling water. YUM!
Handmade noodles, complex flavors, and big portions more than justify the price.
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