You will find a solid bowl of classic Hakata style ramen at Shin Shin.
Enjoy a fine bowl of Hakata style ramen in a theater like setting.
One of my favorite bowls of ramen on this last visit to Japan.
If you are in Osaka craving ramen find this place and don't skip the gyoza either.
One of my last meals while in Taipei was Jia Xing which is known for their fish ball soup.
I was excited to get to Taiwan because its culture fully embraces a soup as one of its signature dishes.
The first few times to Hong Kong I missed Mak's Noodle but didn't want to this time.
Soba Noodles Tsuta is the first ramen shop to claim a Michelin star.
This place. It's ramen like this one that got me hooked.
This bowl drives home that old saying: "It is the simple things".
Akihabara is where you will find electronic goods, pachinko mazes, maid cafes, cosplayers and a delicious bowl of shio ramen.
If you have worked your way through the NOLA culinary oeuvre of beignets, po boys, gumbo and cajun food give Pho Tau Bay a try.
Cơm Tấm Ninh Kiều sits right off the 4 line in the Bronx. It serves up Vietnamese fare including the popular American menu item pho.
Had a craving for wontons so I went on a mission to find a bowl that might fill the void Hong Kong left.
Now, it is a bit of a hike to get there if you are staying in downtown Singapore but it was worth the trek.