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Silverlake Ramen



$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight Dinner

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For some folks, broth is the most important part of ramen. For others, it's the noodles. For a select few, perhaps it's the bamboo shoots. However, if you're prioritizing pork, Silverlake Ramen in Kirkland is the only answer. Instead of thin, rubbery slices, the braised belly here is served in the form of long bars that practically disintegrate on each bite. As for which type of ramen to order, you're in good hands with the garlic truffle ramen, loaded with a creamy, truffle oil-slicked broth and kale. Head to this Totem Lake spot if you're exhausted after a day of shopping and you simply require soup—otherwise, there's no need to go out of your way.

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