High Five Ramen
Doporučuje 15 místních · Odhadovaná cena 2 z/ze 4 ·
Tiny, hidden ramen spot in an underground space beneath Green Street Smoked Meats in the West Loop. Have a drink at the bar upstairs while you wait for a table!
This place opens at 6pm but the line starts forming outside the door at 5pm—not kidding! 3 types of ramen: full spice, half spice, and miso. The half spice had my nose running. And the pork belly...
This ramen place will probably scare you off with a "3 hour wait" claim, but usually 3 hours mean 1.5 hours. You can check out a bar nearby for a drink and then come back!
I'm a sucker for hidden gems and this ramen spot passes every check on my list of defining super cool & different. What's so different about it? The restaurant shares a space with two other joints (a coffee shop and a bar/restaurant) and the main entrance is from inside Green Street Smoked Meats…
Go early or be prepared to wait for a few hours, though it's worth every minute. The upstairs venue has a bar with great cocktails while you wait.
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