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New Ramen House opens doors at State Road 200 location

The new Ramen House has opened its doors at their new location along SR 200.

Ramen House opened its new location at 2710 SW College Road
Ramen House opened its new location at 2710 SW College Road

Located at 2710 SW College Road, the new restaurant sits in the same plaza as Metro PCS and Smoothie King.

The restaurant is decorated with bamboo furniture and fixtures, as well as Japanese-themed paintings. 

The beef ramen is one of the many ramen flavors available at Ramen House.

The restaurant specializes in ramen, and offers a fast casual approach to the Japanese favorite. Among the ramen options are miso, chicken, beef and tonkotsu, a special pork ramen with creamy broth.

In addition to a variety of traditional ramens, a bevy of different appetizers fill out the food options, including Gyoza (potstickers) and shrimp tempura.

Gyoza (potstickers) at Ramen House in Ocala.

Shrimp tempura is one of the many appetizer options at Ramen House in Ocala.

The restaurant also has an extensive drink menu that features bubble (boba) tea, a Taiwanese tea-based drink that can only be found at a couple other places in Ocala, including The Bubble Bar downtown. 

Ramen House features an extensive menu of bubble tea options.

Although dine-in options aren’t yet available, all of the restaurants extensive menu is available for take-out.

Ramen House is open 6 days a week, Tuesday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Have you tried Ramen House? If you do, let them know we sent you and let us know how you liked it!

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