Wasabi is one of the few Japanese owned Japanese restaurants in Chicago so I had some high hopes for a good bowl of ramen. This tiny casual spot fills up in a flash and does not take reservations. Get here by 5:30 if you don’t want to wait on a Saturday. Also, BYOB.
In addition to ramen the menu offers a variety of sushi and small plates such as seaweed salad, pork buns, grilled skewers and tempura. The Tonkotsu ramen has a 40+ cooking process made with kurobuta pork from small farms in Iowa. I really wish they served a ramen flight because I wanted to try each kind. We decided on:
3 thoughts on “Enjoying A Bowl Of Ramen At Wasabi – Logan Square, Chicago”
I love this place! Wish I lived closer so I could go more often (like every day)!
I would too! Especially in the winter.