Raving about Ramen? Us too! and these are the best Ramen bars in Castro Valley for your next tonkatsu fix. We scoured top sites and incorporated millions of critic and user reviews to find the best ramen in Castro Valley. Lose yourself in silky hand-pulled noodles and bowls of broth at the ramen restaurants on this list.
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A prawn laska can be tricky to find a white wine pairing for. We would suggest trying Riesling. It will pair nicely with the food and complete the meal thanks to its dry.
To elevate your pork belly ramen experience, we recommend some Pinot Gris to go with your dish. This pairing works especially well because this white wine balances the broth’s saltiness by softening the intensity.
Experts suggest pairing a shio ramen with a glass of Pilsner, a popular beer.
Are you a fan of ramen? The current record for eating the most ramen is 11 pounds! Do you love ramen enough to beat this record?
ramen noodle was first made in 1900s in the country of China.
2,996 pounds 1 ounce is the record for the biggest noodle soup. We hope people were hungry!
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