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Samurai Noodle

Map & Directions 606 5th Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98104
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206-624-9321
  • Japanese, Ramen
  • Sun-Thu 10am-8pm, Fri-Sat 10am-9pm
  • All Major Credit Cards, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, cash, ATM/Debit
  • Delivery, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Accepted
  • Garage, Lot Available

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Seattle Weekly's Description

An all-ramen restaurant with no plastic packets? Yup, Samurai Noodle does it all in-house, serving huge, redolent bowls of broth that took much longer than 90 seconds to concoct (but still make for cheap eats). The house specialty, tonkotsu ramen, rivals a bowl of gravy in its richness. Though the recipe is subject to a nondisclosure agreement with a Japanese ramen company, Samurai's chef simmers pork bones for hours, creating an oinky liquor with the color and creaminess of a good cafe au lait. There are other ramens at Samurai, including versions with chicken, soy, seasonal yuzu, and cold-fish broths, but none come so bundled with memories of Christmas dinner.

 
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  • Seattle Met on 11/09/11

    A clothes closet feels spacious by comparison, but this International District ramen-ya (along with its sibling on the Ave) is a near-perfect rendition of the tiny noodle shops of Japan.

  • Skipper E. on 05/07/10

    Get your noodles Samurai Style

  • Gil R. on 12/22/10

    Outstanding ramen, albeit quite pricey. "Armored" Shouryu bowl with pork was excellent. Add a Asahi beer for a drink, and you've got a great way to unwind your work day! :)

  • David M. on 07/05/10

    Nine buck ramen, yea its worth it. Tiny place but service is fast.

  • Jane H. on 08/05/11

    The Tonkatsu is #1 here for a reason. That pork broth is so rich and delicious. For a change order the Miso Ramen and fish cake.

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