Tamashi Ramen, Houston

Wasn’t feeling good last week so decided to cheer me self up with Ramen. My coworker recommended Tamashi Ramen over at Silber Road near the office near I-10 and I-610. This place is one of my friend’s “certified” delicious food. I’ve tried this place before when the place just opened, but have no idea what I had last time. Only remembered that it was good. The coworker recommended the Tamashi-men, which has shrimp based broth, shrimp skewer and soft boiled egg. It was pretty good. The noodle was just like how I preferred it, cooked halfway. As our sides, we added a crunchy roll and takoyaki. Which was equally good. Think it was around $20-25.

Crunchy roll


I came back to Tamashi ramen, this time with some other friends


This time I tried the Spicy Tonkotsu (豚骨). It was quite nice, however my gastric problem came up (not the Ramen’s fault. I had a late meal that day). If you’re not much of a seafood fan, the Tonkotsu might fit you.


However, the highlight of our evening was the Curry Tsukemen.  Its a dipping Noodle and according to the website “the broth made of 9 spices & herbs with coconut milk. Topped with soft boiled-egg, fried kani, green onion, chashu, cabbage and fish cake.” It was so delicious. THIS is my new fave ramen at Tamashi.

Looking at the website, seems my first ramen here was the Miso ramen. The restaurant offers ordering online where you could either pick up the order or get it delivered. If you happen to be in the area. I noticed that they have a new branch on the corner of Kirby and West Holcome Boulevard.

Address: 1106 Silber Rd, Ste D1, Houston, TX 77055
Tel (832) 519-9572
Monday – Thursday 11:00 – 21:30
Friday 11:00 – 22:00
Saturday 12:00 – 22:00
SUnday 12:00 – 21:00
Website: https://www.tamashiramensushi.com/

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