I lived 3 years in Japan, and when I went into Kome, I felt "natsukashii" (nostalgic). This is the first restaurant I've been in that reminded me of Japan's ramen-ya's. The place has more than ramen, but that's what I've fixated on trying in the cooler months. I believe they only serve ramen at lunch, so make sure to give it a go. They did miso ramen; rich broth, flavorful ingredients. Perfection. I'd requested this once in another restaurant years back and had been asked if I lived in Nagoya or somewhere. I had, but I didn't know that this was a more localized form of serving ramen in certain Japanese regions. Now I know where I can get my fix in Austin.
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