September 2019 by Zaida Bermudez
amazing food! amazing service! I did have to reserve the night before though because it’s always packed! Our waiter was very kind to us and our energetic toddler. I will be coming back!
September 2019 by Will Grams
One of the best ramen places in town! They have great lunch deals and the food is awesome!
September 2019 by Iryna Tsukanova
I loved this ramen! It was super super good!! That was the best ramen I’ve ever had! Their fried corn is delicious too!
September 2019 by Michael Me
We love wabi house. Probably go here at least once a month as we live a 10 minute walk away. Great ramen and service. Can get busy on the weekends. This would absolutely be a five star review if there long list of appetizers included gyozas... Such a critical menu item for us. We would honestly go here notably more as well if they had them. Highly recommended overall.
September 2019 by Mariah Fredregill
So amazing. Love the broth for the ramen. Reasonably priced ramen. The eggs are perfect.
August 2019 by A Marie
The place had a chill/relaxing environment. We had bought the tonkatsu ramen and it had a really good creamy taste. It surrounded by other sites to visit. Would recommend to go at least see the place.
August 2019 by Muctaru Mujtabah
Five star all around. It was by far the best ramen place I've ever been to. The food looked a tasted delicious. The service was exceptional and they exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend Wabi House!
August 2019 by Freda F.
First time here. Had the Karaage and the fried corn fritters ($6 each). They were just ok. I wouldnt order again and would suggest saving your calories for the main courses. Tried the spicy miso...it was all that!! Delish...worthy of 6 stars! Place is quaint...both inside n outside seating. Parking is across the street and free.
August 2019 by Ethan W.
Good noodles, solid broth, great price point. Get the tonkotsu broth. The location is super convenient to walk around and hang out for a date in Lower Greenville. The audience it caters to is not primarily of an Asian background, and it shows in the dishes. We still go often enough.
August 2019 by Sunny K.
I can easily give this place 5 stars because every ramen I've tried there was good, and if you go during lunch, it's only $8!!! This is my go to ramen place whenever I'm in downtown Dallas.
August 2019 by Grace P.
Wabi House made me believe in ramen again. What I mean is that, for a while, I was ramen-ed out and tired of overly salty broth and limp noodles. Each ramen variety I've had at Wabi House has been incredibly delicious, although my favorite is the Dry Garlic Ramen, which is broth-less. The noodles they use in the Dry Garlic version are thicker and super chewy, and serve as a perfect vehicle for their dashi butter. There's a ton of chopped, roasted garlic on top of the noodles, as well as a poached egg (that needs to be stirred into the noodles), a thick slice of chashu, and slivers of green onions and cucumbers. The house salad is my favorite salad anywhere, full of perfect kale, arugula, grape tomatoes, grated beets, julienned carrots and cucumbers, and these crunchy toasted rice puffs. The dressing has soy and yuzu and isn't overly sweet. Sweet corn fritters are my guilty pleasure... they're crispy on the outside, full of fresh corn on the inside, and topped with spicy mayo. Go here and share lots of dishes!
August 2019 by Yolanda Wright
service was excellent. food was amazing!! will definitely be back
July 2019 by Rebecca Belle Maples
The absolute best service, Mindy was a peach!
July 2019 by Andrea J.
I should first start with a disclaimer that j don't eat pork. So basically that gives me 1 option at Wabi House for ramen, which is a bummer. Yes, I understand that ramen is traditionally pork based but I've had good ramen that does not use pork. The veggie ramen here is good, but not anything exciting. I know a lot of people that love Wabi house though so I gave it an extra star for my friends that are fans.
July 2019 by Kendall R.
I LOVE WABI HOUSE!!!!!!!!! I come here at least twice per month. The spicy ramen is INCREDIBLE!!! I've tried a bunch of appetizers and they're pretty good but nothing comes close to the spicy miso ramen. SO GOOD AND SO AFFORABLE!!!!! I crave the spicy miso ramen all of the time.
July 2019 by Tylee S.
3.5 stars, but rounding up... I do think this place is a bit overhyped... We got the karage (which came with spicy watermelon), shoyu ramen and spicy miso. The karage was pretty good and came in a decent portion for just $5, watermelon tasted weird but was a nice summer touch! It also came with a shisito pepper so A for presentation. The service was speedy and pretty efficient, not overly friendly and not rude. I didn't like the shoyu broth at all as it was too sweet, so I asked for a side of the tonkotsu broth to dip it in which was disappointing as well. The egg was perfectly cooked and pretty delicious and noodles were chewy and plentiful. I don't know if I'd return soon since there are many other ramen places in Dallas but I am curious about the hamachi appetizer... so someday!
July 2019 by Alfonso George
Tried this place before with a friend and I am addicted ever since. I enjoy the fantastic ambience and delightful food and beverages. Keep it up.
July 2019 by Marek Koenig
Overall the ramen here is pretty good, but either they had an off night or the quality is doing down a little bit. The service was generally quick as usual, but things started to go downhill after the server didn’t make sure our appetizers were being made. I really wanted to try the fried corn fritters. The ramen itself seemed like it was missing the fried garlic oil on the top, it adds so much delicious flavor. Also took the server quite a while to pick up our credit card.
July 2019 by Darlene R.
Ate lunch here ($8 for most of their ramen during lunch hours!!) and this was mind-blowing! The brussel sprouts with fried beets, cashews and dashi butter was phenomenal!! The dashi butter was not too salty and coated the brussel sprouts and nuts beautifully. Who ever heard of shaved and fried beets? Fantastic! I would go back and have two orders of this again!!! The dry garlic ramen is so tasty (umami), and not dry at all (lol). I ordered a side of broth, but did not need it after all. The decor is eclectic but low-Keyes. This place is highly recommend!!!
July 2019 by Jinyoung P.
I returned to Wabi House tonight and tried the Tonkotsu as it is, and I had a much better experience than my previous one. The broth is great and this time I could actually enjoy it without the spoonfuls of bitter pepper flakes getting in the way (seriously, do not do the "dragon style"). I love how the chasiu is seared and also how it's not sweet. Noodles were nice and firm. The egg is actually a true soft boiled egg, with great texture. The marinade for the egg was a tad too sweet for my liking but it was subtle enough and not overpowering. I am so glad I came back to give Wabi House another try. After tonight, it's my favorite ramen spot in Dallas.
July 2019 by Farhan R.
Contender for some of the best ramen in DFW. We split the Karaage appetizer and I got the shoyu broth ramen. Both were excellent! The fried chicken appetizer was crispy, but also very tender and the sauce paired excellently with it. The ramen had an excellent broth that was deep in flavor without being overly salted. The noodles were a tad undercooked when it first came out, but letting it sit in the ramen a little longer took care of that problem. The place is a little small, so be prepared to wait a bit on a weekend night! We only had to wait a little while for two on a Friday at 9pm, but I'm sure it'll be a decent wait for a bigger party at a more prime time.
July 2019 by Perry Calton
Set down before lunch and had the best fried pork ears ever!
July 2019 by Daniela Hogan
Ramen, so tasty. Good place to hang and eat some good food. The service was sociable and attentive. The bill was decent. Food and atmosphere reminds me of Atlanta.
July 2019 by Mia D.
Omg mouth watering ramen!!!! I had the miso spicy w char-chu (spelling???) and it was delicious! It was pretty spicy which I loved and the char-chu was perfect portion of fat and meat! The egg was a very soft boil kind. You touch it and it'll dissolve into your broth. It was really fun watching and poking it We also got the chicken karage as app and it came w spicy watermelon chunks and a red aioli sauce. It was sooo good! Service was on point as well. It was so busy but never felt rushed. I hated the parking lot as it was small and full. Had to drive around hunting for a spot which is a big pet peeve of mine but for this ramen it was worth it! My favorite ramen in all of Texas
July 2019 by Phillip Y.
I came here with a small party on a Saturday at 6pm! We made a reservation about a week before, but when we came in it was only about half full, so the reservation may not have been necessary. OVERALL: Disclaimer: I am mildly obsessed with ramen and recently came back from a trip to Japan, so I probably have unreasonably high ramen standards. That being said, I was disappointed with my experience here. While the karaage was good, I wasn't a big fan of the ramen. The search for amazing Dallas ramen continues! FOOD: We started out with crispy pork ears and karaage (Japanese fried chicken) as appetizers. The crispy pork ears were not very good; they were prepared like french fries but were considerably tougher, and the natural flavor of the pork ear was smothered by the oil/seasoning on the "pork fries". On the other hand, I did enjoy the karaage; it was moist, light, and had an interesting peppery taste that I really liked. For my main, I ordered a spicy miso ramen. I found the broth one-dimensional and tasting mostly of salt and spice, without a lot of the miso flavor that I love in miso ramen. I also would have preferred traditional cha-shu in the ramen instead of ground meat. I did try some of my friend's tonkatsu broth as well, which I liked a bit more. AMBIANCE/SERVICE: Chic, casual, gastropubby vibe. Service was excellent, and our waitress was attentive and friendly! OTHER: There's parking available in several nearby parking lots!
July 2019 by Avery Beasley
Ramen... super yummy. I've had nothing but enjoyable experiences here and plan to keep visiting. It has a good atmosphere.
June 2019 by Shelly Pyakurel
The wait was not too long, even at the busiest hour. Service was good and very fast. The food tasted great, I highly recommend and will be coming back!
June 2019 by Lindsey Hudson
This place has phenomenal ramen. Best I've had in Dallas. Lovely atmosphere and very nice staff.
June 2019 by Yuki I.
The first time we visited, there was over an hour long wait, so we decided to come back with a reservation next time. So when we did return with a reservation, we were seated immediately, and service was quick! I had heard great things about Wabi, so I had high expectations. We ordered takoyaki, karaage, and ramen. The ramen was delicious! However, I was disappointed with the takoyaki, as it was COVERED in the mayo sauce. I couldn't even taste much of the takoyaki anymore, as the sauce was overwhelming. Basically, I would come back for the ramen, but not for much else. PS - Parking can be a little tough here, as there is limited parking designated for Wabi House, and the Lower Greenville area gets crowded in the evenings!
May 2019 by Mohammed Shalabi
I love this place SOOO much. I recommend trying their scallops and cucumber salad for the appetizers. Overall their noodle soups are all good. The prices are also very reasonable.