Are you craving a hot, steaming bowl of comfort food? Then you’re in luck because Seattle has no shortage of amazing ramen spots to get your fix. From traditional classics to the tastiest vegetarian and vegan options, here are the best places to grab ramen in Seattle.

Betsutenjin


This small spot specializes in Hakata-style tonkotsu ramen. That means an incredibly rich pork broth, served with thin noodles and some chashu for good measure. Of course, if you ever get sick of that (you won’t), you could try their special offerings instead, like miso prawn ramen.

Hours: Monday-Sunday, 5:30 PM – 2:00 AM
Where: 954 E Union Street #102

Menya Musashi

This International Japan-based chain is known for its tsukemen-style ramen. So if you’re a noodle lover, Menya is a great option. Plus they have both ramen kits and ready-to-eat ramen. And we love options.

Hours: Monday-Sunday, 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM
Where: 1510 Belmont Ave

Yoroshiku

A full-service izakaya that serves up a variety of ramen, ranging from spicy miso to vegan options. Make sure you try the Fisherman Ramen, which includes clams, octopus, sockeye salmon, and scallops. And their new Lemongrass Pork Shoyu ramen is also worth a try.

Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 11:30 AM – 2 PM and 4:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Where: 1911 N 45th St

Ooink

This delicious spot specializes in tonkotsu ramen, so the pork bone broth is the star of the show. We personally love the classic shoyu ramen, but those seeking heat can get the spicy ramen instead and choose a spice level of 1 to 4. Don’t say we didn’t warn you about just how hot things can get, though.

Hours: Hours vary by location
Where: 1416 Harvard Avenue and 3630 Stone Way North

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Kizuki Ramen and Izakaya

You’ve probably heard of Kizuki before, it’s a favorite of Capitol Hill ramen diners. They offer 12 different kinds of ramen as well as an izakaya menu. So if you’re looking for variety and reliable flavors, this a great spot to check out.

Hours: Hours vary by location
Where: Multiple locations in Seattle

Rondo


Rondo happens to have a full menu full of amazing Japanese fare. And on top of that, they have some pretty tasty ramen. You can choose from options like classic shoyu or spicy hellz ramen. So we recommend ordering an array of items because you won’t be disappointed.

Hours: Monday, Wednesday-Sunday 11:30 AM – 9 PM
Where: 224 Broadway East

Arashi

A staple spot that started in Tukwila and since expanded to the Ballard area, thank goodness. We really like the flavour profile of the Black Garlic ramen, but like every other spot on this list, you can order anything and walk away happy.

Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM
Where: 5401 20th Avenue NW

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka

This is the first free-standing outpost in America from the legendary Japanese chain. We’re going, to be honest, the Kara Miso ramen here is second to none when it comes to mixing heat with incredible flavour. But you also have 11 different ramens to choose from and you can’t go wrong with any of them.

Hours: Hours vary by location
Where: Multiple locations in Seattle

Nuna Ramen

If you are vegetarian or vegan, Nuna should be your go-to. Plus they include locally sourced ingredients in their menu and also do have some options for carnivores. So if you’re looking for a wide range of options, Nuna has you covered.

Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 AM – 3 PM and 5 PM – 9 PM, Friday 11 AM – 3 PM and 5 PM – 10 PM, Saturday 11 AM – 10 PM, closed Sunday
Where: 501 N 36th St

Ramen Danbo

 

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A straightforward outpost in Capitol Hill. Not only is the classic miso ramen an absolute treat, the extra scallions, sesame oil and sesame seeds in the negi-goma is something else too. Grab some of the chashu pork donburi on the side too, you won’t regret it.

Hours: Daily 11 AM – 11 PM
Where: 1222 E Pine Street

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