clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Battle of the Bowls: Ramen Throw Down Results

See which bowl of ramen reigned supreme at Denver's Ramen Throw Down on Sunday.

Commemorative trophy bowls for Throw Down winners.
Commemorative trophy bowls for Throw Down winners.
Facebook

Lower48 Kitchen may have shuttered at 2020 Lawrence St., but that doesn't mean the space is completely defunct. A variety of eclectic cooking events is scheduled to take place in the now-open space, like the Ramen Throw Down that transpired over the weekend.

The Throw Down on Sunday invited local Denver chefs and ramen experts to bring their A games in the battle for the best bowl. Among the featured chefs were Tommy Lee of Uncle, Jeff Osaka of Osaka Ramen, Ryan Gorby of Cho77, Yamaguchi Katsuhisa of Sushi Den and Wasabi, Klaus Krebs of Isle of Capri Casino, and Eric Robbins of Uncorked Kitchen. Uncle's Tommy Lee took the winning spot for "Best Bowl" and Yamaguchi Katsuhisa was awarded "People's Choice."

Tommy Lee's ramen

Ryan Gorby's ramen.

The event sold out quickly, and ramen enthusiasts' tickets benefited Work Options for Women (WOW).

Lower 48

2020 Lawrence St Unit A, Denver, CO 80205 303 942 0262 Visit Website

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater Denver newsletter

The freshest news from the local food world