Guam Japanese (Ramen Noodles) Restaurants

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Uncle Sim’s Ramen

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Phone: (671) 646-4567





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The President (Nippon)

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Phone: 646-2222





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Fuji Ichiban

Fuji Ichiban Guam
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Phone: Tumon I - (671) 647-4555
Tumon II - (671) 646-4477





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Sakura Noodle House

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Phone: (671) 646-5349





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Ramen Shisen Restaurant


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Phone: (671) 646-7228





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Doraku Restaurant


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Phone: 646-4649





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Bistro-Tei Yokozuna

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Phone: (671) 649-8366





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Aji Ichi

Aji Ichi Guam
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Phone: Upper Tumon - (671) 646-6414
Tumon - (671) 646-6444






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Best Japanese (Ramen Noodles) Restaurants in Guam. Guam Japanese (Ramen Noodles) Restaurants. guam travel, Craving for some Japanese Ramen Noodles but don’t know where to go? Check out hotguam.com and you’ll see the top rated Guam Japanese Food: Ramen Noodles Restaurants on the island. Speaking for myself, my all time Japanese Ramen Restaurant on Guam is Fuji Ichiban. I always order the tonkatsu ramen with side of their famous fried rice and karage chicken. If you don’t know what kind of ramen to get, here are some tips. There are four categories for Ramen soup: Shio, Tonkotsu, Shoyu, and Miso. Shio Ramen Soup also means salt, is the lightest ramen, a pale, clear, yellowish broth made from plenty of salt and any combination of chicken, vegetables, fish, and seaweed. Tonkotsu which is my personal favorite, is a thick broth made by boiling pork bones, fat, and collagen over high heat for hours on end, suffusing the broth with a hearty pork flavor and a creamy consistency that rivals milk or melted butter or gravy. Shoyu which also means soy sauce, is typically a brown and clear color broth, based on a chicken and vegetable (or sometimes fish or beef) stock with plenty of soy sauce added for a soup that’s tangy, salty, and savory yet still fairly light on the palate. Last but not least, Miso, this ramen tends to have a robust, tangy flavor, so it stands up to a variety flavorful toppings: spicy bean paste or tōbanjan butter and corn, leeks, onions, bean sprouts, ground pork, cabbage, sesame seeds, white pepper, and chopped garlic are common. Noodles are typically thick, curly, and slightly chewy. It is often topped with sweetcorn and butter. Personally, Tonkatsu is the best one hands down! Guam Japanese (Ramen Noodles) | z 10:46 pm | Wednesday, November 19, 2008 | HotGuam-Food | 22:46 | http://food.hotguam.com/aji-ichi | 2008, November 19, Wednesday | guam vacation, 22:46 | Wednesday, November 19th, 2008 | 10:46 pm
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