Utah: Do You LOVE Ramen? You Gotta Try BIG Flavor Slurpin’!
I LOVE making ramen at home. But sometimes you just need to go out and have some pros to do it for you. I am tellin' you what, Slurpin' Ramen hits the spot.
When you try any new place, don't be scared to ask a ton of questions. You know what you like so make sure you ask all of the right questions to make sure you get something you are gonna like. Look up reviews online and check out all of the options that might interest you.
If I know I am planning on going I like to search the menu online and really check it all out.
I read the menu thoroughly and made selections based on my wallet and my taste buds. (Taste buds usually win.) I ordered Chicken broth, chicken, black garlic oil, bean sprouts, 1 boiled egg and bamboo shoots.
The flavor was AMAZING. So rich and the depth of flavor was simmered for hours. Definitely worth paying for. ♥
My husband ordered Vegan broth with whole fried garlic, kale noodles, black mushroom, green onion, bean sprouts soft tofu, corn and 1 boiled egg. His had a lot of veggies in it that you didn't have to order separately because it had no meat. He loved his as well.
It was a Thursday night with no wait, the service was great and we didn't have to wait long for our food. So if you love some ramen this is a great place to go!
Slurpin' Ramen Bar Located at 245 Red Cliffs Dr #12, St George, Utah @ The Promenade at Red Cliffs
Cafe Zupas 1410 E St George Blvd. St George, Utah
They say that they already had that combo on their secret menu. But then they wouldn't tell me what was on their secret menu.
So..... I'm pretty sure they didn't know either. So if someone could fill me in, that would be awesome.
Also always get enough soup to take home and eat the next day and this pairing with these chips is fantastic.
Moving on to somewhat endless possibilities......
First off, if you haven't tried the turkey that looks like a roast with potatoes and carrots, it is outstanding!
Second just try it and don't tell me it's gross before you try it. (Like my co-host DJ does. ALL. THE. TIME.)
The Summer Salad has goat cheese, dried apricots and a lemon basil vinaigrette. My husband swears by this one. I like them separate but hey whatever floats your boat.