- $15 for $30 worth of Japanese food for two or more
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For some, the word "ramen" evokes thoughts of instant noodles packaged in colorful plastic. Not the case at Mizumi Ramen, where diners slurp flavorful bowls of ramen that bear little resemblance to those cheap noodles popular around college dorms.
Here, ramen is nothing short of a work of art. Chefs simmer bones for hours to make thick tonkotsu broth, then toss in Japanese-style noodles and additions such as roasted pork, nori, and bamboo shoots. Pair the sumptuous soup with sides such as gyoza dumplings, or opt instead for a teriyaki chicken bowl.