Momosan is a restaurant in Wynwood that does ramen and other Japanese dishes. The ramen here is definitely the main attraction, and options include tonkotsu, spicy vegan miso, and gyukotsu, which comes with a prehistoric-looking braised beef rib that sticks out of the bowl like a flag. There are other good things on the menu too, like chef’s choice carpaccio seared with hot oil, grilled butabara (pork belly) skewers, and buri bap mixed tableside in a cast iron bowl. The restaurant has an open wall facing the street, so you can do some Wynwood people-watching even if you’re sitting inside. This place isn’t too fancy, but still nice enough to bring a date and fun enough to start the night off with some sake and ramen.
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