From the basic and humble dining room, EurAsia Ramen might seem like a basic fast casual operation, but there’s a short and simple menu of solidly-executed sushi, poke bowls, bento boxes, and ramen. There are around a dozen different options for ramen, with little to no opportunities for customization, making everything feel very intentional and composed. They also use two types of noodles (straight and curly), which certainly means this place takes their ramen seriously. Our favorite bowls are the “Back 2 Basic” ramen with a delicate and light chicken broth, and the richer black tonkotsu signature ramen with black garlic oil. The spicy chicken ramen with a creamy broth and tender grilled chicken is good, too. There are two locations of EurAsia Ramen, one in Cedar Park, and the other in Allandale on Burnet Road. You can also get some of the ramen at their sushi-leaning sister restaurant, EurAsia Sushi Bar & Seafood, in Oak Hill, too.