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Ramo, a major part of Kentish Town's Filipino mini-empire from the same people as Panadera, is a comfortable Filipino-influenced ramen spot best known for its oxtail kare kare ramen—a championship winner as the menu notes. The peanut-based broth, inspired by Filipino street food, is thick and luscious, and combined with soft oxtail, a fudgy orange egg, shiitake mushrooms, and some chewy wheat noodles, will give you a warm, contented feeling. There’s a seafood option, a vegan mushroom and walnut ramen, plus other brothy noodles alongside karaage and other small plates as well.

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