Our Thoughts on Jinya Ramen Takeout

In the mood for some noodz?  Then you’re gonna love our latest post.  We recently had the pleasure of getting Jinya Ramen to go, and we’re pumped to tell you all about it.  They’re currently open for patio dining, but we got curbside takeout instead because we wanted to see how everything would taste after a 30 minute car ride.

jinya ramen buns

We started lunch off with an order of their pork gyoza & salad, crispy chicken and Jinya buns.  The dumplings were the best out of the bunch so if you’re looking to kick your meal off with an app, this is the move.

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jinya ramen chicken

Now, if we’re being honest – and we’re always honest with you guys – their apps weren’t especially great, but their ramen was solid.

jinya ramen dumplings

We got their JINYA tonkotsu black, and they did an awesome job packing it all up for us.  This is apparently their most popular ramen, and after trying it firsthand, it’s easy to see why.  Think pork chashu, kikurage, green onion, nori, garlic chips, garlic oil, fried onion, spicy sauce, a seasoned egg, and thin noodles in a delicious pork broth.

jinya ramen black

Everything came separately so assembly was a breeze.  All we had to do was warm up the broth before throwing in noodz and adding toppings.  The soup was rich and flavorful, and the noodles were perfectly cooked.

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We were pleased that the textures were still all there, and the accompanying spicy sauce did wonders for the soup.  If you’re craving ramen, we can recommend Jinya with confidence.  Now is it the best ramen we’ve ever had?  No, but it’s a solid option that’ll hit the spot.

tonkotsu ramen

Located on 910 Prose Street at Pike & Rose, this Jinya is open daily from 11AM-10PM.  For those of you interested, they have happy hour from 4-7PM daily with small plates priced from $2.50 to $5.  They don’t advertise curbside pickup, but if you call and ask nicely, they’ll do it for you as long as they aren’t slammed.

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Alright friends, that’s it for today.  We hope you enjoyed reading our latest post!  Let us know what you thought by leaving a comment below, and stay tuned for delish new content coming your way. For more on MD noms, make sure you guys browse this tab.  Until next time, friends!


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