Miso Good Ramen brings Japan to Santa Rosa
When you’re craving Japanese comfort food with modern influences, make your way to the new Miso Good Ramen restaurant in Santa Rosa, in central Sonoma County.
Working with fresh, seasonal ingredients, the chefs create sushi, small plates like Sunomono salad (cucumber, shrimp, octopus, seaweed, and rice vinegar) or Gyoza Dumplings (chicken and ground pork, fried or steamed), and big, beautiful bowls of ramen. A Japanese staple, ramen varies from region to region (like American barbecue), but typically consists of some combination of meat, vegetables, noodles, egg, and broth, in a bowl.
Miso Good Ramen offers a selection of ramen, including Soft Shell Crab Paitan Shoyu (chicken and pork broth, soft shell crab, chasu pork, and tender greens) and the vegetarian Miso Butter Veggie (fermented soy bean broth, okra, corn, sprouts, tender greens, and butter, with a vegan option available). Beverages include draft, bottled, and canned beer, wine by the glass, and a varied sake selection.