Oshima Ramen

★★★☆☆
  • 7400 E Hampden Ave

    Denver, CO 80231

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  • 720-482-0264

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We decided to try this place after it was featured in 5280 Mag and it is NOT GOOD. It is VERY VERY dirty. So dirty that after a few bites of my food I got too grossed out to even finish. I ordered the chicken noodle bowl and my friend's comment was "how do they even get chicken to look like that?". It is WAY overpriced too. It is just gross, the food is gross, the establishment is gross, just GROSS. We ended up leaving after about 3 bites and going somewhere else for dinner.
I hate to write such a bad review for a family owned business but hopefully they will make improvements and figure out a way to succeed. I wish zero stars was an option.

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★☆☆☆☆

We decided to try this place after it was featured in 5280 Mag and it is NOT GOOD. It is VERY VERY dirty. So dirty that after a few bites of my food I got too grossed out to even finish. I ordered the chicken noodle bowl and my friend's comment was "how do they even get chicken to look like that?". It is WAY overpriced too. It is just gross, the food is gross, the establishment is gross, just GROSS. We ended up leaving after about 3 bites and going somewhere else for dinner.
I hate to write such a bad review for a family owned business but hopefully they will make improvements and figure out a way to succeed. I wish zero stars was an option.

Pros: none

Cons: Everything

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Great, great, authentic ramen. Reminds us of what we called "truck stop" ramen in Japan, meaning where even the truck drivers would stop on their routes for a great bowl of ramen. Not an elegant atmosphere, though the posters decorated by happy patrons are a kick. I do admit the chahan and gyoza are a bit oily for me, but still tasty.

5
★★★★★

Great, great, authentic ramen. Reminds us of what we called "truck stop" ramen in Japan, meaning where even the truck drivers would stop on their routes for a great bowl of ramen. Not an elegant atmosphere, though the posters decorated by happy patrons are a kick. I do admit the chahan and gyoza are a bit oily for me, but still tasty.

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I don't know how authentic the ramen is but I think it's way over priced for ramen noodles and the service is aweful! I was barely aknowledged when I entered and I felt like was intruding. The food was tasty but I won't go back.

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★★☆☆☆

I don't know how authentic the ramen is but I think it's way over priced for ramen noodles and the service is aweful! I was barely aknowledged when I entered and I felt like was intruding. The food was tasty but I won't go back.

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I've never tasted such a culturally exquisite dish before I first had a bowl of ramen from oshima's. The perfect taste of Japanese culture in a bowl of grilled meat, ramen noodles, eggs, bamboo shoots, and a plethora of vegetables. Too bad there's only one.

5
★★★★★

I've never tasted such a culturally exquisite dish before I first had a bowl of ramen from oshima's. The perfect taste of Japanese culture in a bowl of grilled meat, ramen noodles, eggs, bamboo shoots, and a plethora of vegetables. Too bad there's only one.

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This is a cute little place that has amazing Asian noodles!! The shoppe itself is small but full of great aromas and food. The decor is great! They have white boards all over that people have written on. The chicken noodles are delicious!

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★★★★☆

This is a cute little place that has amazing Asian noodles!! The shoppe itself is small but full of great aromas and food. The decor is great! They have white boards all over that people have written on. The chicken noodles are delicious!

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I've never tasted real ramen before I came to Oshima. The soups were so tasty and fresh. The also offered me an authentic asian soda beverage that became one of my favorite drinks. I come here to dine with my friends a couple times a year.

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★★★★☆

I've never tasted real ramen before I came to Oshima. The soups were so tasty and fresh. The also offered me an authentic asian soda beverage that became one of my favorite drinks. I come here to dine with my friends a couple times a year.

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Let me start off by saying the food is actually okay at Oshima. Not great, but good enough that I have gone back more than once. Also, the very existence of a ramen joint in the denver area is meaningful and worthwhile (even if it slightly misses the mark).

I gave Oshima two stars simply because it goes so far out of its way to claim authenticity, but falls woefully short. Although the shoyu and miso soup bases are average, the noodles themselves--the supposed stars of the show--are just lame. Ramen noodles are supposed to be yellow, curly and firm, like a bad blonde's perm job. Oshima's noodles are white, straight, thin and soggy, like my grandma's hair just out of the shower (damn you, Oshima, for that visual!). Also, while egg is often included, a pelo-style egg soaked in sugar and five spice powder is just not japanese.

Similarly, the gyoza are definitely tasty but are not really gyoza (prepared the way they are in ramen shops in Japan). Gyoza may come stuck together, but they do not have a unibody construction with a shared wrapper for multiple pieces. And speaking of the wrapper, they are supposed to be thin and melt in your mouth--Oshima's are thick and just plain chewy. Luckily, they do get the part right about the bottom being slightly charred and crispy.

The previous poster who claims to have lived briefly in Japan either is stretching the truth, or doesn't know food well enough to have paid attention (sorry, dude). I'll admit that I have only spent a few weeks in Japan, but I am a hard-core foodie/cook and ramen fan, and I ended almost every drunken night in a ramen joint taking mental notes. Also, I took my Japanese girlfriend here over Christmas (who grew up in Yokohoma, but lived as a young adult in Tokyo), and she was horrified. The noodle shops in LA and San Francisco have no problem re-creating Japanese ramen shops. I'm glad Oshima has tried to do it in Denver, but they need to try a little harder to get it right.

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★★☆☆☆

Let me start off by saying the food is actually okay at Oshima. Not great, but good enough that I have gone back more than once. Also, the very existence of a ramen joint in the denver area is meaningful and worthwhile (even if it slightly misses the mark).

I gave Oshima two stars simply because it goes so far out of its way to claim authenticity, but falls woefully short. Although the shoyu and miso soup bases are average, the noodles themselves--the supposed stars of the show--are just lame. Ramen noodles are supposed to be yellow, curly and firm, like a bad blonde's perm job. Oshima's noodles are white, straight, thin and soggy, like my grandma's hair just out of the shower (damn you, Oshima, for that visual!). Also, while egg is often included, a pelo-style egg soaked in sugar and five spice powder is just not japanese.

Similarly, the gyoza are definitely tasty but are not really gyoza (prepared the way they are in ramen shops in Japan). Gyoza may come stuck together, but they do not have a unibody construction with a shared wrapper for multiple pieces. And speaking of the wrapper, they are supposed to be thin and melt in your mouth--Oshima's are thick and just plain chewy. Luckily, they do get the part right about the bottom being slightly charred and crispy.

The previous poster who claims to have lived briefly in Japan either is stretching the truth, or doesn't know food well enough to have paid attention (sorry, dude). I'll admit that I have only spent a few weeks in Japan, but I am a hard-core foodie/cook and ramen fan, and I ended almost every drunken night in a ramen joint taking mental notes. Also, I took my Japanese girlfriend here over Christmas (who grew up in Yokohoma, but lived as a young adult in Tokyo), and she was horrified. The noodle shops in LA and San Francisco have no problem re-creating Japanese ramen shops. I'm glad Oshima has tried to do it in Denver, but they need to try a little harder to get it right.

Pros: it's a ramen noodle shop in Denver!

Cons: the ramen isn't very ramen-like

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Very homey cafe, and good noodles at a good price. Most of the Japanese people in town, including my wife, aren't fans. But of course, they're used to ramen restaurants in Japan. For Denver, it's pretty much the only ramen you're going to get, except for the 17-cent packages at Safeway.

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★★★☆☆

Very homey cafe, and good noodles at a good price. Most of the Japanese people in town, including my wife, aren't fans. But of course, they're used to ramen restaurants in Japan. For Denver, it's pretty much the only ramen you're going to get, except for the 17-cent packages at Safeway.

Pros: Good food, good price, nice homey atmosphere

Cons: Not good ramen compared to Japan, but hey, this is Denver

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I guess the owner/manager couldn't succeed in Japan so he came here to open lousy ramen restaurant that caters to clueless gringos? I'm here to tell you that ramen shouldn't taste that bad as Oshimas!! If you have a chance can you go to Japan someday. If that's out of your budget, then just go to Downtown LA ( Japan Town) or any of ramen joints in So. Cal. You will know the difference immediately. If you still disagree, do you see any Japanese customers go to Oshima ramen??

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★☆☆☆☆

I guess the owner/manager couldn't succeed in Japan so he came here to open lousy ramen restaurant that caters to clueless gringos? I'm here to tell you that ramen shouldn't taste that bad as Oshimas!! If you have a chance can you go to Japan someday. If that's out of your budget, then just go to Downtown LA ( Japan Town) or any of ramen joints in So. Cal. You will know the difference immediately. If you still disagree, do you see any Japanese customers go to Oshima ramen??

Pros: None. Your own cooked ramen tastes better than Oshimas!

Cons: Too many things to list.

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This place is perfect. The only reason anyone should go here is to taste the food. The noodles are like nothing I have ever tasted. So full of flavor, and stretchy, which makes them perfect for wrapping up the broth. I eat here at least once a week and it is one of my favorite places to eat in Denver.

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★★★★★

This place is perfect. The only reason anyone should go here is to taste the food. The noodles are like nothing I have ever tasted. So full of flavor, and stretchy, which makes them perfect for wrapping up the broth. I eat here at least once a week and it is one of my favorite places to eat in Denver.

Pros: Best Japanese Resturant in the USA

Cons: Should be located Downtown or next to DU

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I used to live in Japan for a while so I was really excited to find this place. I have been going there for the last few years and the food has always been great.

It isn't the cleanest place in the world but it is not as bad as some of these reviews would make you think. The gyoza that people are complaining about is actually really good. I just think it is differnet than the stuff people are used to. It is not the same stuff you get at some fancy asian chain restaurant, it is the real stuff like you would get in Japan.

If you like authentic asian food give it a try.

2
★★★★★

I used to live in Japan for a while so I was really excited to find this place. I have been going there for the last few years and the food has always been great.

It isn't the cleanest place in the world but it is not as bad as some of these reviews would make you think. The gyoza that people are complaining about is actually really good. I just think it is differnet than the stuff people are used to. It is not the same stuff you get at some fancy asian chain restaurant, it is the real stuff like you would get in Japan.

If you like authentic asian food give it a try.

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What is up with all the "dirty restaurant!" reviews? I haven't been to Oshima in a couple of years, since moving to Boulder, but I remember it as a terrific place to get a bowl of ramen and I really miss going there. I think some of these people must've been expecting a fancy restaurant or something. Look, Oshima is a little hole-in-the-wall noodle bar. But it has tasty, authentic ramen, and is clean enough. Highly recommended, and don't worry about these "dirty" reviews. Just don't expect anything fancy.

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★★★★☆

What is up with all the "dirty restaurant!" reviews? I haven't been to Oshima in a couple of years, since moving to Boulder, but I remember it as a terrific place to get a bowl of ramen and I really miss going there. I think some of these people must've been expecting a fancy restaurant or something. Look, Oshima is a little hole-in-the-wall noodle bar. But it has tasty, authentic ramen, and is clean enough. Highly recommended, and don't worry about these "dirty" reviews. Just don't expect anything fancy.

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I was embarrassed by the filth...everything is coated with a layer of grease/grime.
A better meal can be savored at any of the Vietnamese Pho restaurants popping
up all around the Metro area...

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★☆☆☆☆

I was embarrassed by the filth...everything is coated with a layer of grease/grime.
A better meal can be savored at any of the Vietnamese Pho restaurants popping
up all around the Metro area...

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Dirty, dirty, dirty! I hate to think of what our food was prepared on! One worker (sitting at a table in the front of the restaurant) was prepping the gyoza with her bare hands while eating. I have been to restaurants all over the world and this is the most unsanitary by far. Can someone get this place inspected?

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★☆☆☆☆

Dirty, dirty, dirty! I hate to think of what our food was prepared on! One worker (sitting at a table in the front of the restaurant) was prepping the gyoza with her bare hands while eating. I have been to restaurants all over the world and this is the most unsanitary by far. Can someone get this place inspected?

Pros: Fast service

Cons: filth everywhere!

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My girlfriend and I took a chance and tried this place yesterday - it is FILTHY and I don't know how it passes health inspections. The tables, counters, condiment jars, pretty much everything were sticky. The register area was disgustingly grimy. Unfortunately, my girlfriend lost her lunch within 30 minutes of eating. The other reviewers that describe how dirty this place is are 100% accurate. I don't care if some think it's cleaner than places in Japan; we're not in Japan and we have health standards for a reason - to avoid experiences like my girlfriend's! I actually emailed the department of health to look into this place, something I have never done before. Also, the gyoza was the absolute worst I have ever eaten. I do NOT recommend anyone eating here. There are other Asian restaurants nearby that are MUCH better and cleaner.

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★☆☆☆☆

My girlfriend and I took a chance and tried this place yesterday - it is FILTHY and I don't know how it passes health inspections. The tables, counters, condiment jars, pretty much everything were sticky. The register area was disgustingly grimy. Unfortunately, my girlfriend lost her lunch within 30 minutes of eating. The other reviewers that describe how dirty this place is are 100% accurate. I don't care if some think it's cleaner than places in Japan; we're not in Japan and we have health standards for a reason - to avoid experiences like my girlfriend's! I actually emailed the department of health to look into this place, something I have never done before. Also, the gyoza was the absolute worst I have ever eaten. I do NOT recommend anyone eating here. There are other Asian restaurants nearby that are MUCH better and cleaner.

Pros: fast service

Cons: disgustingly filthy

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If you want authentic japanese ramen go to Oshima Ramen. I found the food to pretty good aand at a very good price. Yes it is a little dirty, but if you were a world traveler you would have seen dirty places then Oshima Ramen. Some people are way over the top.

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★★★★☆

If you want authentic japanese ramen go to Oshima Ramen. I found the food to pretty good aand at a very good price. Yes it is a little dirty, but if you were a world traveler you would have seen dirty places then Oshima Ramen. Some people are way over the top.

Pros: Good Food

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As someone who has lived in Japan, I can attest that this is authentic tasting ramen. But that said, the ramen they serve here is more like what you?d get in an a low-key noodle shop in an industrial part of town versus the higher quality you?d get downtown (I almost fainted the first time I had kurobuta or ?black pig? ramen in a popular shop in central Osaka?it?s one of the best things I?ve ever eaten in my life). I agree with the other reviewers that the place is pretty dirty, but no dirtier than some places I?ve eaten in in Japan...I didn?t get sick from my meal of original miso ramen and gyoza. The noodles were cooked perfectly, but the broth and the pork lacked flavor. The ?big? Kirin (beer) are a plus, however. This place needs to turn on some (or get some) AC!

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★★★☆☆

As someone who has lived in Japan, I can attest that this is authentic tasting ramen. But that said, the ramen they serve here is more like what you?d get in an a low-key noodle shop in an industrial part of town versus the higher quality you?d get downtown (I almost fainted the first time I had kurobuta or ?black pig? ramen in a popular shop in central Osaka?it?s one of the best things I?ve ever eaten in my life). I agree with the other reviewers that the place is pretty dirty, but no dirtier than some places I?ve eaten in in Japan...I didn?t get sick from my meal of original miso ramen and gyoza. The noodles were cooked perfectly, but the broth and the pork lacked flavor. The ?big? Kirin (beer) are a plus, however. This place needs to turn on some (or get some) AC!

Pros: Authentic ramen

Cons: Lacking strong flavors, dirty, needs AC

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After hearing rave reviews of this place, I was really disappointed. I'm not a snob about restaurant atmosphere, but it is incredibly, distractingly dirty. And the food was not good enough to make up for it. The ramen was just ok, and nothing about it tastes fresh - in fact the meat added in was gross processed mush. And the gyoza is awful - the menu says you get 5 but you really end up with a mushed flattened mass with no flavor.

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★☆☆☆☆

After hearing rave reviews of this place, I was really disappointed. I'm not a snob about restaurant atmosphere, but it is incredibly, distractingly dirty. And the food was not good enough to make up for it. The ramen was just ok, and nothing about it tastes fresh - in fact the meat added in was gross processed mush. And the gyoza is awful - the menu says you get 5 but you really end up with a mushed flattened mass with no flavor.

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My husband and I tried this restaurant after reading very good reviews in a local magazine. The first thing I noticed as we walked in the door was it was very small and extremely filthy. Despite how noticeably filthy it was, we still sat down and ordered because of the reviews it had received. There are two people running the place, which I assume is the owner and his daughter or granddaughter. We were handed two glasses of water, and I noticed right away that the glasses were dirty. I was starting to question whether or not to leave, but my husband wanted to be polite and stay. We both ordered and within less than 10 minutes we received our food. The food looked good and it tasted good (I guess), but honestly I couldn't get past how filthy the place was to really enjoy what I was eating. My husband and I both agreed that we will not go back nor will we recommend this place to anyone!!

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★☆☆☆☆

My husband and I tried this restaurant after reading very good reviews in a local magazine. The first thing I noticed as we walked in the door was it was very small and extremely filthy. Despite how noticeably filthy it was, we still sat down and ordered because of the reviews it had received. There are two people running the place, which I assume is the owner and his daughter or granddaughter. We were handed two glasses of water, and I noticed right away that the glasses were dirty. I was starting to question whether or not to leave, but my husband wanted to be polite and stay. We both ordered and within less than 10 minutes we received our food. The food looked good and it tasted good (I guess), but honestly I couldn't get past how filthy the place was to really enjoy what I was eating. My husband and I both agreed that we will not go back nor will we recommend this place to anyone!!

Pros: Food could be good, but too unclean

Cons: Very filthy restaurant

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I could not agree with the previous two reviews more. As a world traveler and adventurous eater, I have been wanting to eat at this restaurant for months... As soon as I walked in, I was put off by the grime and dust everywhere. There was dust falling off the lights onto the tables. The glasses were filthy. The man making the soup was cleaning dirty dishes with the same bare hands that he used to make the soup. When we paid for our sub-par meals, the cash register and calculator were black from all of the grime. Again, the cook in charge took our money, touched the filthy register, and went straight back to working with food - with his BARE hands. I have eaten from street vendors in Mexico and Africa and found them to be 100 times more sanitary than this place. Other than that - the food wasn't even good! However, it could be that I felt so nauseous from looking around the restaurant that I couldn't bear the food.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I could not agree with the previous two reviews more. As a world traveler and adventurous eater, I have been wanting to eat at this restaurant for months... As soon as I walked in, I was put off by the grime and dust everywhere. There was dust falling off the lights onto the tables. The glasses were filthy. The man making the soup was cleaning dirty dishes with the same bare hands that he used to make the soup. When we paid for our sub-par meals, the cash register and calculator were black from all of the grime. Again, the cook in charge took our money, touched the filthy register, and went straight back to working with food - with his BARE hands. I have eaten from street vendors in Mexico and Africa and found them to be 100 times more sanitary than this place. Other than that - the food wasn't even good! However, it could be that I felt so nauseous from looking around the restaurant that I couldn't bear the food.

Pros: easy parking

Cons: dirty restaurant, rude servers, bad food

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Undeniably the best ramen in the central US. However, please clean the restaurant. I was completely distracted from the tasty food by the grease and grime build-up all over. Also, gyouza is so much better when served fresh, not reheated in the microwave.

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★★★☆☆

Undeniably the best ramen in the central US. However, please clean the restaurant. I was completely distracted from the tasty food by the grease and grime build-up all over. Also, gyouza is so much better when served fresh, not reheated in the microwave.

Pros: Authentic ramen

Cons: Condition of the restaurant

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Ramen is not freeze dried and packaged in a bag. At least not real Ramen. Real Ramen is big long noodles fresh made, lots of vegetables, spices, and if your lucky a nice brown egg, whole.

There are a few dozen good places in San Francisco, but only one such place here. Get the idea of sushi and tonkatsu outta your head, my intrepid traveller. Kokoro it ain't.

We're talking soup, lots of it, either miso (bean curd) or water/soy sauce based.Either way, its great. Try the signature house dish first, and follow it up with gyoza. Even the yakisoba is good.

Please don't expect any fru fru ambience, it's more like a Tsukiji neighborhood alleyway joint for lunch timers on the go. You're eating right at the kitchen, and there's no time for Benihana knifeplay antics.

You can expect to spend $7-10 per person per meal, but pretty much each serving is huge.

Helpful notes:
Come hungry, and use your chopsticks and ramen spoon in tandem. When you're done, put your dishes back up on the counter's top. Leave a tip, and if you've never had it before, try a Ramune soda just once, but make sure the server opens it for you.

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★★★★★

Ramen is not freeze dried and packaged in a bag. At least not real Ramen. Real Ramen is big long noodles fresh made, lots of vegetables, spices, and if your lucky a nice brown egg, whole.

There are a few dozen good places in San Francisco, but only one such place here. Get the idea of sushi and tonkatsu outta your head, my intrepid traveller. Kokoro it ain't.

We're talking soup, lots of it, either miso (bean curd) or water/soy sauce based.Either way, its great. Try the signature house dish first, and follow it up with gyoza. Even the yakisoba is good.

Please don't expect any fru fru ambience, it's more like a Tsukiji neighborhood alleyway joint for lunch timers on the go. You're eating right at the kitchen, and there's no time for Benihana knifeplay antics.

You can expect to spend $7-10 per person per meal, but pretty much each serving is huge.

Helpful notes:
Come hungry, and use your chopsticks and ramen spoon in tandem. When you're done, put your dishes back up on the counter's top. Leave a tip, and if you've never had it before, try a Ramune soda just once, but make sure the server opens it for you.

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After living in Japan for a year, I have searched all of Denver for the most authentic Japanese restaraunts. Oshima Ramen is like stepping into any urban ramen house in Okinawa or mainland Japan. The food is amazing, the smells, sounds, and environment is great! For those who read this review and go to Oshima Ramen you may be suprised by what I am saying. Just trust that the food will WOW you. Here is a tip. . .watch Lost in Translation and head to Oshima Ramen and you will have a great time!

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★★★★★

After living in Japan for a year, I have searched all of Denver for the most authentic Japanese restaraunts. Oshima Ramen is like stepping into any urban ramen house in Okinawa or mainland Japan. The food is amazing, the smells, sounds, and environment is great! For those who read this review and go to Oshima Ramen you may be suprised by what I am saying. Just trust that the food will WOW you. Here is a tip. . .watch Lost in Translation and head to Oshima Ramen and you will have a great time!

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Who would have thought fresh Ramen noodles would taste so good (and different from the instant dried kind!). One of my favorite lunch spots. The gyoza's are amazing, the best I've had anywhere actually. They are a little pricey for Ramen noodles but I've been back several times and it's always been consistantly good (and that's saying a lot). Give it a try, it's good stuff on a cold day.

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★★★★☆

Who would have thought fresh Ramen noodles would taste so good (and different from the instant dried kind!). One of my favorite lunch spots. The gyoza's are amazing, the best I've had anywhere actually. They are a little pricey for Ramen noodles but I've been back several times and it's always been consistantly good (and that's saying a lot). Give it a try, it's good stuff on a cold day.

Pros: Delicious Food, Quick, Gyoza's are amazing

Cons: , Ambience

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It might be silly for me to admit, but the movie Tampopo, had me searching for a Ramen restaurant in Denver. What a find Oshima Ramen turned out to be.! Important note: my first bowl of Ramen (Chasiu with soy broth) was a disappointment. I attribute this to years of overly salty, packaged ramen tainting my notion of what this soup should be. Eager to try again, I ordered the Spicy Ramen and am now officially addicted. Discard any notions of what you think ramen should be, and you will be pleasantly suprised. Granted the prices are a little steep for a bowl of soup, but the ingredients are high quality and the portions are large. The service is tacitly friendly. Don't be intimidated by trying something new.

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★★★★☆

It might be silly for me to admit, but the movie Tampopo, had me searching for a Ramen restaurant in Denver. What a find Oshima Ramen turned out to be.! Important note: my first bowl of Ramen (Chasiu with soy broth) was a disappointment. I attribute this to years of overly salty, packaged ramen tainting my notion of what this soup should be. Eager to try again, I ordered the Spicy Ramen and am now officially addicted. Discard any notions of what you think ramen should be, and you will be pleasantly suprised. Granted the prices are a little steep for a bowl of soup, but the ingredients are high quality and the portions are large. The service is tacitly friendly. Don't be intimidated by trying something new.

Pros: Something Different, High Quality, Good Service

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I love Oshima Ramen! We've been going there for only a year now, but I swear, it's addictive. My favorite is the Chashiu, with extra pieces of the tasty pork. my boyfriend is a seaffd lover and he raves abpout the Kaisen, with mussels and other fish. Oshima ramen is great.

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★★★★★

I love Oshima Ramen! We've been going there for only a year now, but I swear, it's addictive. My favorite is the Chashiu, with extra pieces of the tasty pork. my boyfriend is a seaffd lover and he raves abpout the Kaisen, with mussels and other fish. Oshima ramen is great.

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A little bit of a drive for me but it offers a unique experience in Dever. An authentic Japanese soup house! All the serve at this small strip mall place is Ramen noodle soup. Get the idea of cup-o-noodles out of your head! This is ramen noodle soup the way it shoud be. The noodles are made fresh daily and served in several kinds of soup. The soups are made from flavorful broths and flavored with different ingredients, including a miso version. My favorite comes with slices of sashiu pork, a boiled egg, and bean sprouts. In the summer they offer a ramen noodle salad. Portions are huge. Also, a special bonus is the gyoza. Here they are small and plump, pan fried and have a sort of chewey/crunch quality that is unique from other gyoza I've had. I could get addicted to them if I came here too often!

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★★★★☆

A little bit of a drive for me but it offers a unique experience in Dever. An authentic Japanese soup house! All the serve at this small strip mall place is Ramen noodle soup. Get the idea of cup-o-noodles out of your head! This is ramen noodle soup the way it shoud be. The noodles are made fresh daily and served in several kinds of soup. The soups are made from flavorful broths and flavored with different ingredients, including a miso version. My favorite comes with slices of sashiu pork, a boiled egg, and bean sprouts. In the summer they offer a ramen noodle salad. Portions are huge. Also, a special bonus is the gyoza. Here they are small and plump, pan fried and have a sort of chewey/crunch quality that is unique from other gyoza I've had. I could get addicted to them if I came here too often!

Pros: inexpensive, simple and health, large portions

Cons: not much ambience, out of the way

 

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