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Is Absolute Noodle Worth a Visit? Absolutely.

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What’s the hotter trend in D.C. right now, ramen or “fried chicken and donuts”? And when will some daring restaurateur open an eatery that combines all three? In Penn Quarter, Daikaya has been generating buzz for its ramen bar and izakaya. One street over on […]

Party in a Bowl: Ramen at Daikaya

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Much has changed in the week and a half since I ate at Daikaya.  The weather has nudged warmer (sort of), and the restaurant has since opened its second-floor izakaya. I’m guessing what’s stayed the same are the lines queuing up for a taste of […]

The Simplicity of Homemade Ramen

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We may be hitting the last few weeks of ramen season — a steaming bowl will be much less appealing once the weather warms up — so get your ramen fix now.  (That goes for pho and Chinese hot pot, too.) Inspired by my recent […]

Winter is No Match for Sakuramen

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The restorative and soothing properties of soup cannot be overstated, particularly on a cold, winter night.  Soup warms you from the inside — something layers of clothing can’t do. And on the most basic level it’s comforting, harkening back to when you were sick as […]