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Homemade Japanese noodles

Homemade Japanese noodles

Although originally from China, ramen noodles have become an iconic Japanese dish that Americans everywhere have grown to love. Packs of instant ramen can be found in every grocery store, and nearly everyone can appreciate the undeniable convenience and satisfaction brought to you by a pack of Maruchan instant ramen.

But, if your favorite ramen dish is called “chicken flavor,” it’s time to expand your horizons from your nearest grocery store and over to Grace Noodle.

Husband and wife Gaw Phaw and Ma Lay opened Grace Noodle at 1823 E. Main St. in 2014 after working at traditional noodle shops in Japan for more than 10 years. The noodles are made fresh every day, and the menu includes a variety of authentic ramen dishes - none of which resemble your instant chicken (or beef) flavor. Cold noodle, fried noodle and rice plates also are available along with assorted dessert and smoothie options.

A meal at Grace Noodle will change the way you think about ramen, and you might even be tempted to swear off instant ramen forever. To learn more about Grace Noodle, visit online.

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