These Ramen Dishes In the Boston Area Will Warm Your Soul

Here are some of the best hidden ramen dishes in the Boston area.

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The Hell Ramen from Kakkoii Sushi and Ramen has a spicy edge that sneaks up on you (and gets even hotter).
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The Heaven Ramen from Kakkoii Sushi and Ramen in Malden, Mass. includes a mild meat broth, slightly fatty roast pork, marinated soft-boiled egg, corn, onion, bok choy and bamboo shoots.
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The chicken katsu and miso ramen is a wonderful choice at Daikanyama in Lexington, Mass.
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The Gankara Miso Ramen from Ganko Ittetsu Ramen in Brookline, Mass. is similar to their miso ramen, but spicier.
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The TanTan Ramen at Ganko Ittetsu in Brookline, Mass. comes with ground pork, onion, pickled veggies, scallions, sauteed cabbage, cilantro, corn and wakame seaweed, all in a savory and creamy sesame broth.
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The miso ramen from Ganko Ittetsu Ramen in Brookline, Mass. is mild and comes with sliced pork, scallions, corn, sesame seeds and ginger.
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The Tan Tan Ramen from Chiharu in Brookline, Mass.
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The spicy miso ramen from Sapporo Ramen in Cambridge, Mass. features spicy ground pork in a sweet miso broth that also has a bit of heat.
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The TanTan Men Ramen from Sapporo Ramen has spicy ground pork and a miso soup with a nutty and slightly sour taste.
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The hot-and-sour ramen from Sapporo Ramen is reminiscent of the hot-and-sour soup you might get at a Chinese restaurant, but with ramen noodles..
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The Three-Day Pork Ramen from Dumpling Daughter in Weston, Mass. comes with pork belly, fresh noodles, a soft egg, and assorted veggies in a fatty pork broth.
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