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Sakuramen – Ramen Shop – Close to Opening in Adams Morgan

by Prince Of Petworth April 17, 2012 at 10:22 pm 8 Comments

Thanks to a reader for sending the heads up about the new signage and help wanted sign that just went up for Sakuramen. Back in Jan. 2012 I mentioned that a new Ramen shop might be coming to the former Jumbo Slices and Kabob space at 2441 18th St, NW in Adams Morgan. Looks like it’s the real deal and close to opening. Their website says:

We’re just a couple guys who are passionate about ramen, which we feel is the ultimate comfort food, inspiring childhood memories of sharing with family and friends. Our sole focus is to create the best ramen on the planet, without using artificial flavorings of any kind, sourced from pure bone broth coupled with the freshest ingredients available.

We do NOT favor any particular style or cultural influence when it comes to our ramen dishes. With an unbridled approach to culinary creativity, we strive to deliver to you, our Customer, a unique dining experience that highlights a fusion of diverse flavors from across the globe. From ramen houses in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Seoul, to Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York, we are pleased to see that others love ramen as much as we do… and so we are especially proud to open our doors in Washington DC, in the heart of a city we love to call home.

You can see some photos of their ramen here. Stay tuned.

  • D

    Yes! What a score for the neighborhood. I’m drooling all over the ramen photos from their menu. http://www.sakuramen.net/menu.html

    • indc

      Indeed! This is delicious news. And thank god it’s not another jumbo-slice vomitron.

  • Anonymous

    Woah! 2 ramen shops within walking distance of my house. Never thought this could happen! Brilliant!

    • Annonny

      Where’s the other ramen shop in Adams Morgan?

      • 15th St. NW Resident

        There isn’t a second one in Adams Morgan. I believe s/he was referring to the one in Columbia Heights in the DC Mall (which used to be Senor Chicken I think).

      • Anonymous

        Not in Adam’s Morgan, in Columbia Heights – It’s called People’s Noodle Bar (Formerly Senor Chicken) :)

  • Annonny

    Also, does anybody understand how the Santeria shop above the new ramen restaurant stays in business? The inside of that place is seriously creepy and I never see anyone coming or going from there.

  • Anonymous

    This is very exciting.


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