Winter may be gone, but a great bowl of ramen is never a bad idea no matter the season. The gospel of ramen became mainstream across the country in the last decade, particularly after the rise of David Chang's Momofuku. In Denver, the popularity of ramen began with Bones, increased with Uncle, and was solidified with Osaka Ramen, Tokio, and Katsu Ramen.
Mile High City restaurants and ramen-yas (small eateries serving primarily ramen) are creating some beautiful iterations of the Japanese noodle soup dish. From the most traditional, time-tested versions to the more inventive approaches, ramen fans are sure to be matched with their perfect bowl of ramen in Denver.
Note: Restaurants featured are listed in alphabetical order, highlighting specific bowls of ramen from local kitchens. If we missed your favorite ramen dish, let us know by sending a message via the Eater tipline.Read More