A reader who wishes to remain anonymous tipped us off to a sign for a Ramen restaurant appearing on the building at 2009 Highland Ave, the former home of Rumplins (another noodle based restaurant.) Our source says that Ramen Inochi is a completely new concept and is supposed to open in March. A notice of intent to sell alcoholic beverages is posted in the window. The deadline to protest the selling of alcohol is February 11. More to come.
Need a steaming bowl of curly noodles in broth? Ramen is turning up on restaurant menus more and more these days, and Lydia House in Germantown, 1101 Lydia St., is the latest to add a made-from-scratch version to their menu. Continue reading Lydia House to add ramen at dinner
It’s been a busy month for Griffin Paulin and Dustin Staggers, who, no sooner than they had opened the NOLA-inspired Cajun restaurant Roux, announced plans to open a noodle and dumpling shop at 2009 Highland Ave., in the space recently vacated by Baby D’s Bagels and Deli.
Just as they did a lickety-split renovation of the former La Gallo Rosso to house Roux, they did a fast turn-around on the Highland Ave. space, and have opened Rumplings last weekend. Continue reading Ramen fans rejoice: Rumplings is now serving