7 Best Ramen Restaurants In Orlando, Florida

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More than the famous theme parks - Disney and Universal - Orlando has so many other exciting highlights to offer visitors. Formerly a ground dominated by citrus groves, cypress swamps, and ranches, this place has risen from its dust pretty quickly - under a century - and it’s now home to high-end entertainment facilities, hotels, malls, golf courses, restaurants, and much more. Its culinary scene is also evolving, with lots of local, Asian, and intercontinental restaurants, popping up along the brick-street districts and around the theme parks. And if you are more interested in savoring Japanese and other Asian delicacies, there are myriads of authentic, traditional options to choose from. From the highly rated Domu to the reputable JINYA Ramen Bar, find the best ramen restaurants in Orlando, Florida, below.

1. Domu

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First on this list, Domu, a slang translating to “a dream come true,” is the highest-rated ramen joint and restaurant in Orlando. It’s a high-end restaurant set at the East End Market and features a relaxing ambiance, small innovative plates, and a selection of cocktails from their bar. The food here, including the sumptuous, home-made kimchi, noodles, chicken wings, and more, are made with Japanese techniques to give you exceptional tastes. The whitewashed brick walls and 90s hip-hop soundtrack playing in the background adds to the overall ambiance, and their customer service is prompt and friendly. They even offer ice cream with delicious pan-Asian flavors.

Domu

Address: East End Market, 3201 Corrine Dr Suite 100, Orlando, FL 32803, United States

Website: Domu

Opening hours: Sat: 11am - 2:30pm, 5:30pm - 11pm; Sun: 11am - 2:30pm, 5:30pm - 10pm; Mon - Thu: 5:30pm - 10pm; Fri: 5:30pm - 11pm

2. Naroodle Noodle Shop

Spicy Miso Ramen @ September special @ Yatta ! Ramen @ Annecy-le-Vieux
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Naroodle Noodle Shop, set within a strip mall, is a fun place to eat, featuring ample seating, heartwarming decor, and a broad menu of Japanese delicacies. On stepping into this place, you will be carried away by the Naruto Manga-inspired decor, the calm music, and the beautiful artwork on display that’s for sale. Order anything from spicy miso ramen, barbecue, Ichiraku ramen, and be transported to a local restaurant in Japan. There is nothing not to love about Naroodle Noodle Shop.

Naroodle Noodle Shop

Address: 10034 University Blvd, Orlando, FL 32817, United States

Website: Naroodle Noodle Shop

Opening hours: Tue - Sat: 12pm - 9pm; Sun: 12pm - 8pm; Mon: 5pm - 9pm

3. The Ramen

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Located close to the Orange County Courthouse in the north of downtown, this upscale ramen eatery is dedicated to spoiling your palate. The interior decoration is minimalistic, with calm music playing in the background, and enough seating for your group outing. Although the food is pricier than other restaurants around, the bowls of flavorful ramen and exceptional service are worth it. Some of the top dishes on their menu include Tonkatsu ramen, Shoyu ramen, beef ramen, and gyoza. Also, note that the street parking available is limited.

The Ramen

Address: 486 N Orange Ave #8, Orlando, FL 32801, United States

Website: The Ramen

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 11:30am - 8pm (closed on Sun)

4. Susuru

Tokusei Miso Ramen
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If you find yourself around Disney Springs and you need a quick ramen fix, then be kind to yourself and locate this izakaya-themed spot, sitting within Vista Centre Shops plaza. Susuru, which translates to “slurp” in Japanese, is an excellent, open-concept pub with a spacious bar, sizable seating, and an extensive menu to choose from. Try out their miso hot ramen, Matcha Tiramisu, pork belly, and other great ramen varieties. Also, complement your dining experience with a selection of boba drinks and cocktails from the bar. The staff here is courteous and friendly, and there is ample parking and a restroom for your convenience.

Susuru

Address: 8548 Palm Pkwy, Orlando, FL 32836, United States

Website: Susuru

Opening hours: Fri - Sat: 5:30pm - 12am; Sun: 5:30pm - 10pm; Tue - Thu: 5:30pm - 11pm (closed on Mon)

5. JINYA Ramen Bar

JINYA Ramen Bar
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Stop by this much-loved ramen eatery, perched on the Thornton Park District in downtown, and savor richly made Japanese delicacies and topping at reasonable prices. The interior has limited seating, but it has a natural touch to it, with the tables and ceiling made with dark wood, and plants growing on the wall. JINYA Ramen Bar has a reputation of putting substantial efforts in their every cuisine, especially their signature bowl. The broth, made with authentic ingredients, vegetables, chicken, and pork bones, is slowly cooked for ten hours, while their noodles are aged for three days to maximize the flavor. And to give you the best dining experience ever, they feature lots of Japanese traditional toppings and tapas. You can also dine at their outdoor seating area.

JINYA Ramen Bar

Address: 8 N Summerlin Ave, Orlando, FL 32801, United States

Website: JINYA Ramen Bar

Opening hours: 11am - 10pm (daily)

6. Hanamizuki Japanese Restaurant

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If you are looking forward to enjoying the best ramen that this city has to offer, in a typical Japanese setting, then Hanamizuki Japanese Restaurant is your go-to place. The interior decoration is simple, with shades of green on the wall, and it has a terraced roof like a Japanese temple. This eatery is set in a shopping center, close to Orlando Eye, a tourist-concentrated region. Try the heavenly taste of the signature “The Hanamizuki Roll,” made with flying fish, egg, eel, salmon, decorated with sesame seeds, or the tasty Shio butter ramen. And with the shamisen music playing in the background, an actual Japanese culinary experience awaits you.

Hanamizuki Japanese Restaurant

Address: 8255 International Dr #136, Orlando, FL 32819, United States

Website: Hanamizuki Japanese Restaurant

Opening hours: Wed - Sat: 11:30am - 2pm, 5pm - 10:15pm; Sun & Tue: 5pm - 10:15pm (closed on Mon)

7. Soupa Saiyan

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Tired of having the Japanese noodles over again? Why not have other varieties of this Asian delicacy, including Laotian, Chinese, and Vietnamese options in this cute eatery, set in a strip mall, close to Universal Studios? Soupa Saiyan reflects the DBZ (a Japanese anime television series), with lots of anime on the walls and Dragon Ball merchandise like Funko Pops in the interior, which add to the tranquil and lovely ambiance. You can customize your bowl of ramen, or try anything from Zucchini Noodles, Vietnamese Pho, Udon Noodles, and Korean Spicy ramen noodles. The spot is small, but the experience is nothing like you’ve had before.

Soupa Saiyan

Address: 5689 Vineland Rd, Orlando, FL 32819, United States

Website: Soupa Saiyan

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 12pm - 9pm; Sun: 12pm - 8pm

Enjoy an authentic Japanese dining experience

Now you don’t have to worry about enjoying authentic Japanese and other Asian cuisines while living your best life, alone or with family, in this charming city. These ramen restaurants in Orlando, Florida, have got you covered, from their authentic menu, drinks, setting, and welcoming ambiance.

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