Speakeasy Ramen in Springfield, Ohio is the place to go when you’re craving a bowl of hot, steamy, spicy, slurpy goodness. The Buckeye State isn’t exactly known for its global cuisine (though we do have one of the best international markets in the country), but some truly amazing exceptions prove it’s all about quality over quantity. Speakeasy Ramen near me is a colorful hole-in-the-wall restaurant that offers some of the best soup in Ohio.

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Speakeasy Ramen in Springfield, Ohio offers more information on the website. Have you been to this delicious eatery?  If so, do you agree it’s some of the best ramen in Ohio… and possibly the world? Please share your comments below.

Handcraft your own Ramen with a recipe from “Ramen Noodles Cookbook: The Top 50 delicious Ramen Recipes to Cook at Home,” on the Barnes & Noble website. And while you’re in Springfield, you might want to coordinate this visit with a trip to the Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market which takes place nine times a year.

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What are some of the best places to find Ramen in Ohio?

  • Xinji Noodle Bar (Cleveland): The Asian comfort food at this Cleveland eatery is memorable from Kimchee Balls and Won Tons to the main event of brothy, robust flavored Ramen. With add-ons and many heat levels from which to choose, every bite is interesting here.
  • Ninja City Kitchen (Cleveland, Shaker Heights): Founded in 2014 by two Asian-American friends, you'll find American pub food along with the Asian cuisine you expect. In addition, the cocktail and beer selections are vast and you'll even find some comic books lying around.
  • Zundo Ramen & Donburi (Cincinnati): This Japanese ramen eatery offers authentic homemade Ramen noodles and a fantastic sake bar. The Miso Ramen, made with miso paste, pork broth, roast pork, a soft-boiled egg, bamboo, and green onion is perfectly crafted in its simplicity. One of the donburi options, the Una Don, is exotic with broiled barbecue and freshwater eel (unagi) over rice.

 

What are some of the best Japanese restaurants in Ohio?

  • Watami Revolving Sushi Bar (Parma): This conveyor-belt sushi restaurant has a revolving sushi bar of traditional Japanese recipes. It's a great place to discover what type of sushi you like best along with about 100 items, including tempura, ramen, and udon. The food is without artificial sweeteners, preservatives, or coloring.
  • Kintaro (Brooklyn, Cleveland, Willow Creek, Fairview Park, Akron): You'll find all of the classic Japanese dishes at this all-you-can-eat buffet, including sushi, tempura, teriyaki, Hibachi, soups, and appetizers. The hot pot experience is unique as the simmering stew is cooked at your table with fresh ingredients dropped in right in front of you.