Noodles are one of the world’s longest foods, which is helpful when you need to fashion a lasso to wrangle even more noodles. Get tied up in oodles of flavor with this Groupon.
$26for a three-course Japanese dinner for two (up to $44)
- One shared appetizer (up to a $9 value)
- Two noodle entrees (up to a $30 value)
- One shared dessert (a $5 value)
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TAAN Noodles is a modern homage to traditional izakayas (sake bars) and ramen shops. The Adams-Morgan spot has found ways to present unexpected ingredients into the classic Japanese soup.
Hunting for the Perfect Ramen
Ramen is served at tens of thousands of eateries throughout the world, but there's something special about the version at TAAN Noodles. Part of the secret lies in chef Michael Than's signature spice blend. Aficionados are also drawn by Than's use of unique ingredients—garlic chips show up in a vegan ramen with soy-milk broth, for instance, and pickled cucumbers add an acidic tang to the duck-confit ramen with scallions.
Japan's Rice Wines & Aged Spirits
TAAN Noodles' sake list hits a range of flavor profiles, with bottles that range from dry to semi-sweet. There are a few specialty cocktails as well, such as the old-fashioned-like Dr. Sun Yat-sen, made from 12-year-aged Japanese whiskey, simple syrup, and aromatic bitters.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Veggie gyoza appetizer is on point... they charge extra if you ask your ramen be made spicy, but it's WORTH it if you really like it spicy..The vegan ramen is better...”
“Veggie gyoza appetizer is on point... they charge extra if you ask your ramen be made spicy, but it's WORTH it if you really like it spicy..The vegan ramen is better than the veggie and I'm a meateater all day!! Good spot!!”
“noodle was pretty good, close to autentic japanese noodle soup.service was great as well. I would def come back.”
“Great food and nice atmosphere. ”