Interesting cafeteria style setup, ramen was a little over absorbed but still good. Broth was very good.
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Went there and had a miso ramen and Kimuchi. Ramen noodle was a little over absorbed soup but it was ok. Other lots of choices like curry rice, katsudon and yakisoba. Price is reasonable and the place were packed after 12:15.
Nagomi is our favorite ramen shop in the US. So, it's a bit funky and cafeteria style, but the same restaurant in a better strip mall would have to charge more for their food. It feels like you're back in Japan in a local mom...More
I lived in Japan for a while, and dining in Nagomi was a great experience, it was a completely traditional Japanese food, service is weird since it is kind of self service (similar to Japan too), ramen is so good and curry-pork delicious. Definitely this...More
There are a variety of dishes but their tastes are never impressive, except Nagoya Ramen. They are generally overpriced.
I had to review Nagomi now that I've eaten there twice. The restaurant is set up like a cafeteria, and luckily you get to see a picture of everything before you order it. Most things also have an English description under the picture. Their fried...More
Interesting that they put a bigger sign that says 'FOOD" instead of their name Nagomi. We ordered some tempura meals, fried noodles topped with vegetables, fried cuttlefish on a stick. We thought the price is a bit high where most of the meals are around...More
Japan is known for precision in their art, food, and culture, and it shows in this restaurant. I ordered the Tonkotsu Ramen. It was beautifully presented in a large ramen bowl. The ingredients were well-proportioned. There was a whole egg which was hard-boiled but soft...More
I lived in Japan for many years, and after returning to the States I had never found good ramen, at least not in the Detroit area. The restaurant is not easy to find, but once you do, you won't be disappointed. It is a simple,...More