Reader: Best Ramen is 25 Cents at the Supermarket

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Denver is rolling in ramen these days, with new eateries all over town. And today Jeff Osaka will officially open the doors of Osaka Ramen, his long-awaited noodle bar at 2601 Walnut Street in RiNo. Says a relieved Dale:


And Logan is tired of reading about all the new restaurants in Denver:

Quit tagging me in all these wonderful food articles and posts when I have to eat dorm food!!!

But according to Scott, the dorm might be just the place to cook up real ramen:

25 cents at the supermarket... Add your own spice and vegetables...Boom!

What do you think of all the ramen joints now open in Denver? What's your favorite?

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