Saturday, February 8, 2020

Jinya Ramen Bar

One item on my bucket list and one that Alex has asked about several times is to eat at a ramen restaurant.  Houston has a ton of different types of cuisines, so we looked up one nearby that got good reviews and chose to eat lunch at Jinya Ramen Bar.  It's a chain with many different locations.  The location we ate at was located at 3201 Louisiana Street, Suite 105 in Midtown.  Their website is:

Parking nearby on the street was all full, so we parked in the adjacent parking garage, which was free.  For seating, they have long tables where you will sit next to people you don't know. However, it didn't feel too crowded or awkward, which I appreciated.
Cherry Blossom - Cherry vodka, grenadine
Jinya Bun - steamed bun stuffed with slow-braised pork chashu,
cucumber, and baby mixed greens served with JINYA’s original
bun sauce and Kewpie mayonnaise
Josiah's plate - Crispy Chicken - juicy fried chicken thigh with our
original garlic pepper served with mixed baby greens and
JINYA’s original ponzu sauce
Shrimp Wonton Ramen - pork and shrimp broth: shrimp & chicken wonton,
green onion, kikurage »served with thick noodles
Alex's Kids Meal - chicken ramen with spinach and corn, chicken chashu rice,
crispy chicken, french fries, orange, candy and vanilla ice cream
I was so proud of Alex for trying new dishes and he even ate with chopsticks!  We left feeling very satisfied and would put it on our repeat list for sure.

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