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Restaurant Of The Week 1
Dated: October 22 2018
I wanted to start a small article line about local restaurants in the Treasure Valley each week that I have tried. I love to try new foods and locations and so I will bring that information to you so that you can maybe try somewhere new and who know, maybe it will become your favorite place to get some food.
This week, we tried Island Sushi and Ramen off of Fairview Ave in Boise. It is a small restaurant and I almost missed it driving there. However when you walk in, it is a very clean and professional looking location, while still maintaining the whole in the wall attitude that you know makes the best food. And the food! It did not disappoint. We started it off with Sake, salad, and some pot-stickers and then both my wife and I decided to try their ramen. I recommend getting the Spicy Miso Ramen as it has enough kick to make your eyes run, while also causing you to wolf down the entire bowl. Their Tankotsu ramen, which is what my wife got, was also amazing.
Sake and salads to start the meal off
Spicy Miso Ramen. I got the Island Special with ham, shrimp, beef, and egg
Tankotsu Ramen and the very last pot-sticker
The restaurant was a little on the busy side while we were there on a Sunday evening, but they employees were friendly and the food was amazing, so we didn't mind waiting a little bit for our food. I hope you get out there and give them a chance to wow you with their amazing ramen...and Japanese food.
Their address is: 8716 W Fairview Ave, Boise, ID 83704
I have been involved in the real estate world since I bought my first home in 2014. I am an Idaho native and was born and raised in Middleton, Idaho. I graduated and moved to Boise in 2010 and have be....
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