Daikaya, Ramen shop, Coming to Vacant Lot at 705 6th Street NW

by Prince Of Petworth September 22, 2011 at 3:42 am 16 Comments

This is gonna be freaking awesome. From a liquor license application:

“This is a tavern that has a ramen shop on the ground level. Diners will be able to order bowls with a variety of fresh toppings. The second level will serve as a bar & restaurant with a Japanese menu.

Sunday through Thursday 11 am – 3 am Friday and Saturday 11 am – 4 am”

Washingtonian has some good details:

“On the ground level, there’ll be a ramen shop inspired by those in Sapporo, one of the Japanese cities famous for the dish. Utagawa will serve three styles of the broth-based soup: miso, soy-sauce-anchored shoyu, and shio or salt—which has a pale color and more-delicate flavor.

Another traditional touch: The ramen shop will be meant for slurping noodles not sipping drinks. “Eating ramen isn’t a very social thing,” says Utagawa. “You look at your bowl and eat, otherwise the noodles get soggy.” For socializing, diners can head upstairs to the izakaya, which will serve as both bar and restaurant.”

Daikaya will be located right next to the super popular Graffiato at 705 6th St, NW.


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