Wabi House in Lower Greenville is hands down my favorite ramen place in Dallas. They have one vegetarian ramen dish and it is good.
The veggie ramen consists of noodles, enoki and shiitake mushrooms, snap peas, bok choy, corn, scallion, bamboo shoots and mayu oil. I always like the veggies that come with any ramen bowl but what really needs to be on point is the broth. I love their broth. It has a great earth-y flavor to it and is seasoned perfectly. I like to add an egg on top because I love the flavor of a nice, runny yolk mixed in with the broth.
For the meat lovers out there, my boyfriend really likes the Spicy Miso which has minced pork, bamboo shoots, scallion, chili strips and poached egg. He recommends adding the chashu because (and I quote) “it melts in your mouth.” I still remember the first time we went to Wabi House and seeing his reaction after having a bite of the chashu. Instant win.
Also, for an appetizer I would highly recommend their spicy edamame. I’ve had spicy edamame at plenty of places but Wabi House does it the best in my opinion. It’s seriously so addicting. They actually make a spice mixture/paste that they coat the edamame with; it’s not just soy sauce and Sriracha like I’ve had at other places. They also do an amazing sweet corn fritter (not pictured) that has a great balance of sweet and spicy flavors.
Definitely check this out if you are in the Dallas area and are a fan of ramen!