April 2019 by MJUskovich
This is one of the best places to get Ramen in Dallas. Try the dry garlic ramen and you will thank me later.
March 2019 by blumphotography
First thing you need to know...Their signature ramen, Tsukemen, is ONLY available after 5pm. It's worth the wait.Secondly, you'll want to try all the starters, but this trip I opted for the corn fritters... They were incredible!
March 2019 by Shell N.
Finally, got to try Wabi House after hearing so much about it from my friends. I was excited to try their karage since it was recommended by a few people. The restaurant has a cool vibe, we went on a Sunday afternoon for lunch and it was chill, service was decent although I felt our waitress was rushing us. We didn't even finish our ramen yet and she puts our check down. Our whole table thought it was odd but we continued eating. But about the food, I had the shoyu ramen and thought it was pretty good, it didn't really stand out to me in a bad way. I was looking forward to the karage but thought it was dry and was disappointed there. But honestly, most karage I've had is dry so maybe I should just stop ordering karage. The mushroom bone marrow sounded really interesting and could be really good but I thought it was okay, my sister really liked it. The pigs ear, we all agreed was the best thing on the table. It was fried and battered prefectly, had the best crunch and the dipping sauce was also very complementing. Overall, the food is pretty good and plenty of things to try.
March 2019 by Jimmy Y.
I have tried this place already four times. lunch ramen price is really cheap. nice atmosphere, nice food. good price!! love it.
March 2019 by A. Hill
Was in the area for dog sitting so I came by myself on a Saturday night (a bit early). Sat at the bar, everyone was very friendly even though they were pretty busy. Had the tonkatsu and it was delicious. Definitely want to visit again and bring my husband. It does seem to get crowded so best to go early.
March 2019 by Angelynn Saunders
Great food, but the Gluten-free option is just soup with NO noodles. The cooks and servers were awesome in adding extra vegetables to my order of vegetarian ramen. Hopefully rice noodles or the equivalent will find their way to Wabi House.
March 2019 by Jen Pippin
Phenomenal staff ~ super friendly, from the Hostess to the Wait Staff and Manager who stopped by our table to check on us. The food was incredibly fresh-tasting, and the Spicy Miso was actually spicy. So many places call dishes spicy, when they aren't even close. The prices are also completely reasonable and the portions hearty. I am only the occasional visitor to Dallas, but next time I'm here, I will be back for sure!
March 2019 by Debra White
The spicy Wabi House here is delicious! Flavorful broth, yummy noodles, tender pork, and you have the option of getting a mini-bowl instead of the large that way you have space left over for some rice balls or buns (we went chicken Kuznets).It isn't cheap so don't come expecting a great value or anything. You're paying midtown/penn station/tourist prices. But food wise, it is very tasty.
March 2019 by Jonathan Moss
Went here a month ago. Food and vibe was great. Service was bad. The ramen and appetizers were tasty and had a district taste to them. Our waiter had no enthusiasm whatsoever. He was rude in the sense that he didn’t really care to be there. I would give this place 5 stars if it wasn’t for the waiter.
March 2019 by Funky Knuckles
The enigmatic flavors of Portuguese elbow cream combined with the ethereal atmosphere of a nascar arena make this a delightful spot to reflect on your own failures. My glass of water was served instantly when I was seated and included 16 ice cubes and a black straw for transferring the liquid from the cup to my mouth. The food here is outstanding and my only complaint is that my pony tail got stuck in the escalator when I was having a knife fight with the leprechaun.
March 2019 by Addison Barajas
ramen and the scene at this spot is very good. It's so appetizing. Really nothing but good experiences here. Atmosphere is like a restaurant in Fort Worth I loved.
March 2019 by Ektaa P.
My go to! Love the spicy miso and karage!!! The staff is super nice, and the ambiance is immaculate!
March 2019 by J P
I ate at Wabi House twice last week, my first and second visits. The first time was lunch, with a friend. The atmosphere was subdued, and we quickly found a seat. Service was speedy and helpful. We were there for the ramen, and it did not disappoint. I would also note that at lunch ramen bowls are $3 off, so I was able to get a bowl of ramen and split an appetizer for under $10 (before tip).For lunch, I tried the dry garlic ramen--no broth, but silky noodles with great taste, including the egg and additions. For the appetizer, we shared the chicken karage, deep fried chicken nuggets with a flavorful aioli. The pressed watermelon, there as a garnish, was a fun surprise.I took my spouse back to Wabi House for a late dinner on a Saturday night. The place was hopping--we ran into a couple of local yogis with whom we practice. The wait was about 30 minutes, but we sat immediately at two open seats at a banquette at the back. We started with the raw hamachi, in a spicy chili sauce, 5-6 tasty pieces. My wife then devoured the beets and brussels. The pan-fried brussels were topped with crispy threads of red beets--a great mix of taste and textures. I tried the shoyu ramen, going with two eggs instead of chashu. It was a nice spicy broth, and beautifully prepared. We finished with some hot sake. At $45 pre-tip, it was a great meal in a fun environment. We will return. NOTE: While parking can be problematic on Greenville, Wabi House does have its own parking spaces across the street.
March 2019 by Isaiah Solomon
Excellent spot for tasty ramen. food was so delicious. certainly worth a return trip. prices are reasonable i would say.
February 2019 by Elizabeth Li
First time coming here. Celebrated a friends birthday. They messed up the reservation of 10 people and split us on two booths. The service was extremely slow and servers seemed very uncoordinated as we had to order appetizers and drinks three times. The lighting is quite dark and the atmosphere very noisy, and server was quiet. The food was pretty good. Soft boiled egg was done very nicely and soup flavor is very tasty. The noodles have a good texture as well as other toppings. Would have been 5 stars if service wasn't so slow and uncoordinated.
February 2019 by Heather Lopez
One of my preferred spots for quality ramen. staff is always nice even when they have a full house. staff treated us so nice. the place has a nice atmosphere.
February 2019 by Georgia Walpool Johnson
Great service, atmosphere, and the food was all fantastic! I will be going back!
February 2019 by Marina S.
We came across Wabi House when looking online for something to eat in Lower Greenville. I've had ramen before and love it but, this was my boyfriend and his parents first time. We arrived at about 7:00ish on a Saturday and had a 30 min wait, so we went elsewhere in LG and drank a bit. They then sent us a text when the table was ready. There were 2 hosts, both very friendly. Tristan (one of the two hosts) was amazing - he remembered my boyfriend and greeted him by his name as soon as we came in, acknowledged us by name the rest of the night, and made sure (server aside) that we had everything we needed. To start: We tried the Takoyaki. Don't be fooled now, it says fried octopus balls but, they're not literal balls of an octopus, HAHA! They're octopus in a ball form, fried. Ramen: We all got something different, from Spicy Miso to the Veggie. I had the Shoyu because spicy is a little hard for me. The noodles were a little bland overall but the soup was fantastic and so was everything additional in it (bamboo shoots, marinated egg, etc.) Vibe: it has a mix of contemporary / industrial vibes and aesthetic. There are a mix of tables and booths, as well as a bar area. They also have an outdoor area that the bar feeds in to, right as you come in the entrance. Good social scene!
February 2019 by Berri A.
I have come here an affinity for their hama raya. It's amazingly delicate and the flavor just eviscerates on the palette The cucumber appetizer with the pepper threads is excellent. A suggestion, --- please slice the cucumbers thinner. It would make for a better mouth feel and elegant presentation. The house salad has an chewy, crunchy mouth feel. Also pleasant for a lunch meal or to share. Try the veggie ramen. Yes I am a carnivore but this fills the soul without being heavy. They do not appear to have delivery at this time. Hopefully that will be in the near future. The only reason for the three stars is they are very pricey. Last, you may want to Uber, Lyft, or WOW, walk. Parking always at a premium on Greenville Avenue.
February 2019 by Stacey McVicar
Everything is amazing! My husband and I eat here all of the time! We have so many favorite apps but our favorite at the moment are the chicken meatballs. We always get the salad to share which is refreshing and excellent. I always get the garlic ramen with a boiled egg instead of poached and add minced pork because it’s awesome... and add a side of the tsukemon broth (if it’s after 5pm). My husband gets the spicy miso and we go back again and again and again. We’ve been three times in one week before.
February 2019 by Delaney Spencer
ramen and the feeling at this place is excellent. Cool location to meet with coworkers. The service was sociable and attentive. The bill was appropriate.
February 2019 by Kashyap J.
Though sounds cliched, the wait is worth it all. Shoyu we ordered was piping hot and spicy. Wonderful people sent a bowl of broth our way to dilute it down and it was utterly flavorful. If one wants to get out of bed and have a dinner with the favorite person on particularly rainy day, this is one of the places one should go to!
February 2019 by kiawathafrench
Spicy Miso Ramen. Out of this world De-Licious. This spicy, slightly salty, silky, rich, porky, succulent, savory broth covered perfectly cooked ramen noodles (not under or over cooked) was just what I was craving on this cold wet day. Let me tell ya, it blew my mind with how DELICIOUS it was. The place was packed when I got here and I know why. I will be back. Thank you for phenomenal food.
February 2019 by Will F.
One of my favorite places in town. I've tried every ramen option on the menu, and while all are great, the standouts are the tsukemen and the tonkotsu. Tsukemen is only available for dinner, because the pork belly infused broth takes all afternoon to make. And it is worth the wait. The ramen is $8 during lunch five days a week as well, and that is an absolute steal.
February 2019 by Brigitte K.
Miso ramen and spicy edamame were top notch and extra spicy. Soup tasted like actual broth Still my favorite place for ramen so far. I keep coming back to this location and bringing friends to try with me! Miso ramen and karaage are my go tos!
January 2019 by Tammy Brown
Ramen soup is delicious. Also the Brussel sprouts and beets small plate is awesome!
January 2019 by Jamie Y.
Great place to get your Japanese ramen fix! We went during lunch time, and the restaurant was packed with people. Ordered spicy miso ramen, dry garlic and karaage. Everything tasted great! Also for lunch, all ramen dishes are $8. I would totally come back to try other things on the menu.
January 2019 by Allie N.
I really enjoy coming to Wabi House. The ramen is pretty on par with the ramen I've had in Japan (honestly it's just all in the recipe) and it's tasted the best in my opinion in the DFW area. That being said, there's always a line, which makes it a bit difficult to come without a reservation. I think the rush also slows down service a little bit, the host stand especially. Overall the food is tasty and the ambience is fun and casual, definitely a stop for the ramen lover in Dallas!
January 2019 by Kim P.
Cute and cozy! Obviously a local favorite and I can see why. We walked in for Saturday lunch and it wasn't too busy. We decided to sit outside on their patio area because of the nice weather. Spicy Miso - $12 I really like how much depth the broth had and thicker wavy noodles. Takoyaki - $4 I order this at every restaurant that serves it. I'd have to say it was pretty tasty here. The batter was fluffy with a texture of creaminess inside, as expected. Crispy Pork Ears - $5 These were good, but I like mine extra crispy! The bonito aioli was a nice touch of added favor, very mild. All in all, I'd come back to try their other ramens. Our service was a tad slow probably because we were sitting in the patio and not the main dining area. If you're craving some good flavorful ramen, I'd try them out!
January 2019 by Jack H
Get the karaage to start with!