Like many American children ramen was my first taste of Asia, unfortunately like most American children it was Maruchan brand; basically the processed cheese of ramen. This bowl however is about as far from Maruchan as Chiang Mai is from the US.
At Ninja Ramen you’re greeted with irasshaimase and leave to the sound of gochisosama deshita. In between you’ll hear the sound of slurped noodles and sighs of relief. These are the marks of a place you want to eat ramen at.
A small bowl will run you about 60-90 baht and a large 100-140 depending on the soup base (this is a large tonkatsu with an added egg and slice of fried chashu, 170 baht)
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