Been on a hunt to find a good ramen place here in Denver and I cant find one for a long time. Then the magic of instagram tags direct me to the right place. Found a instagram user called @bestfooddenver that has pictures of Ramen. I looked into best food denver account and found the a pic of ramen. Another internet magic, got the location based on picture tag and found a place called Uncle that is just 10 minutes away from my house.
Since I've been craving for this ramen, we drove to Uncle last Sunday but i didn't do a better research in their restaurant hours, the place is closed every Sunday. So we end up in the bar next to it called Highland Tap and bar (ill do a separate blog review about this bar).
I can't wait to try the ramen place we drove back yesterday right after our dentist appointment. So here's my review about Uncle :)
I sneak and took a pic of their menu :)
Love how the chopsticks are easily accessible but the condiment beside the chopstick has no label so i didn't even bother to try it. I'm guessing its spicy sauce or sriracha or something like that.
Overall, i love how authentic the ramen taste like. Feels like im back in the philippines, eating at china town :) i surely enjoyed the flavor of the ramen. The chicken is delish too, crispy outside and moist inside. Alyza enjoyed her kids ramen with kale veggies. Alyza let me and tony taste her ramen and it was really good. Great broth and the noodles are al dente!
The only negative thing i can say is the food is pricey for Ramen. $14 for a bowl. $7 for appetizer. ($$$$ out of $$$$$ price review for this place) but to think about the flavor and quality of food , i guess the $$$$ spent is worth it!!!
We are definitely going back soon. Maybe this weekend! I'll do follow up blog post about this place and this time i will bring my shark (canon 6d camera) and try their famous steamed buns pork belly!
Do you have any ramen place recommendation in Denver or in your side of town? Leave me a message below and we will try your suggestion too :)
*spent our own $ to experience this family activity. this post is not sponsored by Uncle. All opinion are my own*