True to its name, many of the dishes at Aloha Ramen are tinged with island flair, courtesy of chef and owner Lorenzo Rangel’s Hawaiian-Japanese roots. Inside the orange-walled shop, noodle-lovers slurp up crocks of shoyu-based Kalua with cabbage and its namesake smoky pork, or spicy sesame tan tan noodles finished with a crispy pork katsu cutlet—the perfect soul-warming antidote to Seattle’s notoriously rainy climes.
|Venue name:||Aloha Ramen|
3004 NE 127th St
|Cross street:||at 30th Ave NE|