Ramen Koo is a sushi bar and Japanese curry spot, offering ramen and more.
Ramen Koo specializes in ramen, as well as serving rice bowls and sushi. According to the business’ Facebook page, “Ramen Koo is both a traditional and progressive ramen restaurant based on professional experience of 10 years in Japan.” On the menu, expect to see items like tonkotsu ramen, chicken miso ramen and chicken and pork miso ramen. Gluten-free noodles and vegan ramen are also available. Check out the menu here.
Ramen Koo’s current Yelp rating of 4.5 stars out of 22 reviews indicates positive attention from users.
Yelper Jaron H., who reviewed Ramen Koo on June 8, wrote, “[The] ramen was good. Noodles, broth, toppings — all on point. Sushi was nice as well. But the chicken was the best part. Meat falls off the bone and is maximum tasty.”
Rhonda W. noted, “[The] broth was incredible. Noodles were perfect. Firmer than I’ve had but I loved it and the noodles were small. The chashu was amazing. [The] only negatives were they didn’t have black garlic oil and the serving was small.”
Ramen Koo is open from 11 a.m.–9:30 p.m. on weekdays and 8 p.m.–2:30 a.m. on Saturday. (It’s closed on Sunday.)
Krab Queenz serves up fried and boiled seafood dishes. From fish and chips to shrimp po’boy to seafood by the pound, this spot hopes to satisfy your Southern comfort food cravings.
Yelper Vah M., who reviewed Krab Queenz on Aug. 4, wrote, “Great place, definitely needs improvement, but I always believe that human interaction seals the deal. This place has amazing energy based on service.”
Yelper Miss J. noted, “The flavor of the food was good, but It is a little pricey… The plates did have enough food to be shared. My shrimp was a little bit over cooked, but the flavor and good size of the crab legs made up for it. “
Krab Queenz is open from noon–9 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday and noon–10 p.m. on Friday-Sunday. (It’s closed on Wednesday and Thursday.)