Ramen on your mind? Here are 3 of Huntsville’s top spots to satisfy your cravings

oshi poke bowl and sushi ramen
You have to try the delicious chicken ramen. (Oshi Poke Bowl and Sushi / Facebook)

How do you like your ramen? Whether you like fried or steamed shrimp, spicy miso, or vegetarian choices, Huntsville has a wide selection of tasty flavors.

We’ve compiled a short list of the city’s favorite places to get a bowl of the famous Japanese dish. Don’t feel intimidated by the more adventurous names, these spots have plenty of easy-going options for those who might be new to the ramen scene.

1. Aki Japanese Cuisine

Aki Japanese Restaurant ramen
(Aki Japanese Cuisine’s Website)

Aki has several different flavors to choose from, including a tasty vegetarian option. Some of their highlights include the Tokyo Chicken, Paitan, and the Hot & Sour Ramen. If you’d like to start off simpler, try the Miso or Beef Ramen.

2. Kamado Ramen

Kamado Ramen
Grab some boba next door at Kung Fu Tea while you’re at it. (Kamado Ramen / Facebook)

As their name implies, ramen is this location’s specialty. Luckily, you have two locations to choose from, one at MidCity across from REI, and one at Stovehouse in between Parm & Pepper and Oh Crêpe! They’re serving flavors like Kimchi Ramen and their own take on Vegetable Ramen with spinach, carrots, tofu, shiitake mushrooms, and steamed corn.

  • Locations: MidCity and Stovehouse
  • Hours: Sunday 12-9PM, Monday-Thursday 11AM-3PM, 4-9PM, Friday 11AM-3PM, 4-10PM, Saturday 11AM-10PM (MidCity), Sunday 12-8PM, Monday-Thursday 11AM-9PM, Friday-Saturday 11AM-10PM (Stovehouse)
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3. Oshi Poke Bowl + Sushi

oshi poke bowl & sushi
It’s hard to miss those twinkling lights strung outside. (Curtis Venetta / Hville Blast)

Oshi Poke Bowl & Sushi is sure to catch your eye as you enter Downtown Huntsville on Jefferson Street. If you’ve never had a chance to go inside, though, we highly recommend it. If you’re craving seafood, you can try their Fried or Steamed Shrimp Ramen, a recipe we couldn’t find at the other two spots on this list.

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