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- By ThrillistA Guide to DC's Best Ramen RestaurantsThere was a time when DC’s relationship with ramen was little more than college students, interns, and other budget-conscious diners boiling store-bought noodles. That all changed dramatically in 2011, when Toki Underground began offering Taiwanese-style ramen and drawing hour-long lines to its small H St. Northeast loft. The years that followed saw a surge in like-minded restaurants offering savory, steaming bowls of ramen topped with pork, vegetables, and even fried chicken. Many make their noodles in house, and a few even source them straight from Japan. Here are the most essential spots in the District for when you want to slurp down some A+ ramen.9 items
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