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Discover The Most Authentic Ramen in Fayetteville

A Japanese favorite, ramen is a tasty soup with noodles, shredded meats, vegetables, and broth. The first restaurant in the United States to serve this Japanese dish opened in Los Angeles in 1976. Today, ramen is served at eateries across the country, including many restaurants right by Legacy at Cross Creek. That means that residents can enjoy the best ramen in Fayetteville whenever they want. Plus, many of these local spots offer customers the option to dine in or order takeout. Read on to explore three great ramen restaurants near our apartments in Fayetteville:

Gohan Bistro

The chefs at Gohan Bistro bring authentic ramen right here to Fayetteville. For dinner, sample the pork belly ramen. It has green onions, corn sprouts, and freshly minced garlic. If you don’t eat meat, no problem. This local spot also offers plenty of delicious vegetarian options. Be sure to round out your meal with a passion fruit tea and cheesecake tempura for dessert.

Bento Jubako & Sushi

With a 4.5-star rating on TripAdvisor, Bento Jubako & Sushi is one of the most popular restaurants in town. Indeed, customers love the hearty portions. Even better, all of their dishes are pretty affordable. Ramen choices include shrimp, veggie, and tenderloin steak.

Sushi Court

Known as the “best Japanese restaurant in town,” Sushi Court welcomes diners from near and far. Using fresh and seasonal ingredients, the chefs create delicious bowls of ramen, as well as specialty sushi rolls. If you’re looking for something unique, try the cheese ramen. This new dish features cheese, egg, green onions, and a fish cake.

Before checking out the tastiest ramen in Fayetteville, you can enjoy a fun afternoon on horseback. Several local stables offer lessons as well as trail rides. To learn more about Legacy at Cross Creek, please contact us. Our friendly team would love to take you on a tour of our Fayetteville apartments, so you can see firsthand all that we have to offer.

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