Rhode Island has a plethora of options when it comes to noodle restaurants, from ramen to traditional Asian dishes like Pad Thai and pho. Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, and noodles from around the globe make up just some of what the Ocean State has to offer. So bring your chopsticks as we explore the 10 best noodle places in Rhode Island.
This minimalist Japanese spot offers rice bowls and noodle soups, as well as large selection of sake and whiskey. With a ramen bar featuring long-simmered broths, soju, bamboo shoots, pork belly, and house-made chili oil, Ken’s is a tasty ramen joint in downtown in Providence. Plus, don't miss miso, spicy tuna, and more in this traditional family-owned Japanese-style ramen joint.
This small hole-in-the-wall restaurant specializes in Vietnamese noodle soups and other classic dishes. You will find specials like Beef noodle soup, vermicelli, stir-fried noodle dishes, and more. Plus, you’ll love the traditional dishes like Pho Xao Pad Thai with stir-fried rice noodles chicken, beef tenderloin, or pork, bean sprouts, scallions, and roasted peanuts. Moreover, find sushi, mouth-watering appetizers, and more at Pho Horn’s.
Offering classic Korean dishes and a warm family-friendly environment, you will find authentic dishes like kimchi stew on vermicelli noodles. A graduate of Johnson and Whales University, Yosub Yoon is a young, imaginative chef not afraid to take chances, and, in addition to traditional dishes, Mokban offers dishes like Mokban Ramen with beef bone broth, flour noodles, and a unique Mokban twist.
This all-in-one vegetarian joint serving seasonal dishes and offers a vegan bakery and a juice bar. Also featuring locally sourced veggies and handcrafted cocktails and regional beers, you will find light and delicious dishes like “Curly Ramen,” with a miso broth, noodles, and veg, as well as innovative dishes like General Tso’s tacos.
This casual counter service dive serves traditional Korean and Japanese favorites and features outdoor seating. Find traditional hot-stone bibimbap, seafood pancakes, short rib barbecue, as well as noodle dishes like fried noodle rolls and jap chae with sweet potato noodles stir-fried in sesame oil and a mixed veggie topping.
This warm and inviting cafe serving tapas, seafood, and ramen, seafood in a laid back and casual setting. Meaning laugh in Japanese, you will find a whole menu dedicated to ramen that will bring a smile to your face. We are talking 30 Hour Ramen, a pork knuckle, scallop, shrimp, and squid soup, miso ramen, and more.
This spacious sushi joint also features traditional Korean dishes, like Pad Thai and more. Plus, you will find over 60 designer sushi rolls at this family-owned and operated restaurant. Noodles for dishes are all homemade here, bringing an authenticity to dishes hard to find elsewhere. Enjoy classic noodle dishes like Ja-Jang-Myun, Jam-Bong, and Samsun Jam-Bong.
When a place advertises BYOB, it usually means 1) seating will be on the rustic side, and 2) the focus will be on the food. At Noodle Revolution, you can expect to find globally-Inspired noodle dishes from around the world, including wok-fried noodles, pho, ramen, pasta, noodle soups, dumplings, and more.
This family-owned hole-in-the-wall provides ramen and traditional Japanese small dishes, along with a large sake selection. Find eclectic and delicious noodle dishes like spicy pork katsu ramen with wontons ramen in spicy red curry broth and pork katsu on the side. Most dishes allow you to choose between “hot” or “fire” levels of spice.
This sushi and traditional Japanese cuisine spot serves classic Asia-fusion dishes with a modern and artful flair. From creative sushi rolls. From fresh sushi rolls to noodle dishes, this is Asia fare for the whole family. Get dishes like spicy basil, crispy Pad Thai, yaki udon, pad kee-mow, and more.