Ramen Station, the restaurant from the team behind several other Atlanta restaurants, is finally open in Grant Park.
The eatery opened its doors yesterday in Larkin on Memorial at 519 Memorial Drive SE in Grant Park.
The menu features several starters including steamed buns, skewers, musubi and potato croquettes; five different kinds of ramen with additional optional toppings and a salmon poke bowl. Several items are vegetarian-friendly.
The restaurant is from Michael Lo and George Yu of the Korean Wives Hospitality Group, which also owns the newly-opened Korean spot Son of a Bear (which replaced Double Dragon in Oakhurst), Taiyo Ramen in Decatur , Suzy Siu’s Baos at Krog Street Market, and Noona Steakhouse & Oyster Bar in Duluth.
Ramen Station is the latest concept to open in Paces Properties development Larkin on Memorial, which is also home to Firepit Pizza Tavern, Full Commission, Grant Park Market and the forthcoming Robert Phalen restaurant Woodward & Park.
Scroll down to see the menu for Ramen Station:
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