Several years ago, back in my college dorm days, Ramen was pretty much a staple. You could almost always guarantee there would be a pack of Ramen in every college student care package. Eventually, I grew tired of the salty two-minute meal. I actually became very nauseous to the smell of it. Before long I couldn’t even bear to look at it for many years.
Fast forward 20 years, you’ll find me searching for my new favorite Ramen spot. I’ve grown to absolutely love the ramen culture. I’ve even attended a Ramen Fest, which was amazing!
A couple of weeks ago, I was looking for a random spot to check out that was nearby. My trusty Yelp app directed me to Ramen Station. Upon entering, my daughter and I were warmly greeted by a very nice young lady. She was very helpful in answering any questions, as well as suggesting additional menu items.
I ordered the VEGETABLE SHOYU, ramen with dashi broth, mushrooms, local seasonal vegetables, and shoyu tamago egg. My daughter ordered the CHICKEN SHIO, ramen with dashi (chicken broth), tender chicken breast, sea salts, vegetables, and a shoyu tamago egg. We also ordered an order of edamame.
Our food came out fairly quickly. The edamame was perfectly steamed and salted. I could have eaten two more bowls of that edamame. My VEGETABLE SHOYU Ramen was very flavorful and seasoned nicely, as was my daughter’s. We will definitely be back again!
The Ramen Station offers six different ramen bowls as well as an assortment of buns, rice bowls, poke bowls, and Japanese small bites.
519 Memorial Dr. SE
Atlanta, GA 30312
Sunday – Thursday 11:30am-9pm
Friday – Saturday 11:30am-10pm