The Austin Chronicle: A Guide to Austin Ramen
February 16, 2017 Press
JINYA Ramen Bar: This Tokyo-born and LA-bred ramen chain opened its first Austin location in the Domain last fall. Choose from six different varieties of tonkotsu, four types of chicken-based ramen, and two different bowls made with veggie broth. Specialty bowls include the Jinya Tonkotsu Black (which comes with garlic chips, garlic oil, and fried onion), wonton chicken ramen (served with wonton, spinach, and green onion), and Sprouting Up Ramen (which gets its name from both crispy brussels Sprouts and spicy bean sprouts). Or customize your own bowl with toppings like pork soboro, chicken chashu, bok choy, broccoli, and more.