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    Posted November 29, 2012 by
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    100 places to eat like a local

    Welcome to Hell's Kitchen, Tabata Ramen!

     

    Hey guys! A new ramen restaurant has recently opened for all ramen and Japanese food lovers at Hell's Kitchen! Let us welcome, Tabata Ramen! I was extremely excited when I saw the restaurant open for the first time; I'm head over heels for ramen. I had to go over and try the food. It's a pretty, small restaurant but it has a nice feel to it. As you walk in, you are greeted by a lovely waiter/waitress who directs you to your table. The restaurant contains an open kitchen/ bar for the customers who want to see the food being cooked. I sat down and ordered expecting to wait 30 minutes for the food, but it was served pretty fast. I'm glad I didn't have to wait that long for I was extremely hungry for some ramen. As I took the chopsticks and slurped on my noodles, my face brightened up. The broth was delicious and the noodles were nicely done. My friend and I ordered a variety of ramen and rice and everything was fantastic! In the end, my tummy was very satisfied. After that, I was scared to get the check. I closed my eyes and told my friend to look at it first. When I heard my friend snicker, I had to open my eyes. I looked at the check and I was really surprised; it wasn't expensive at all. The price was very reasonable. I left extremely satisfied; with the friendly service, the delicious food, and the amazing price. I would be more than happy to return and next time, i'll remember to bring more of friends along with me.

    This iReport is part of an assignment that we created with Travel + Leisure:  100 places to eat like a local
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