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Taiyo Ramen made it on the Food Network’s 28 Top Spots for Ramen list

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Taiyo Ramen made it on the Food Network’s 28 Top Spots for Ramen list

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The Food Network recently recognized Decatur’s own Taiyo Ramen in their list of the 28 Top Spots for Ramen across the U.S.

“Taiyo serves dishes inspired by Asian street food, made with local and seasonal ingredients,” according to a recent press release. “Their version of ramen is the Korean ‘ramyun,’ made with roasted pork from Heritage Farms Cheshire pork, noodles from the Sun Noodle factory, a poached egg and an ‘overnight broth’ that is spiced up with kimchi and poached garlic.”

Taiyo opened in 2016 after owner Michael Lo re-branded his previous restaurant, Makan.

Food Network says, “Taiyo, in the Atlanta suburb of Decatur, serves dishes inspired by Asian street food, made with local and seasonal ingredients.”

The article appears to contain outdated information, Lo said, noting that one of the dishes listed in it is Korean Ramyun, which Taiyo no longer carries.

To read the full article from Food Network, click here.

Interested in checking out the hype around it? Taiyo Ramen is located at 130 Clairemont Avenue in Decatur.

To find out more about Taiyo Ramen or to view the full menu, check out their website by clicking here.

Editor’s note: It is unclear when the Food Network article was originally published. It does not have a date. Lo believes the article was most recently updated to include Taiyo around October 2018. Visit Taiyo’s website for the most up to date information about menu items. 

 

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