Furious Spoon

Row 1

1571 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 687-8445
Ramen, Noodles
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–1:00 AM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM

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  • You will bounce to the classic hip-hop tunes served up over the dining room speakers. But here, more than anything you'll be dining on some of the very best bowls of ramen available in Chicago.
  • I don't know about the other stuff here, but the shoyu ramen tasted like nothing and the noodles were overcooked. Incredibly disappointing.
  • I am not a picky eater, but I didn't want to finish my furious noodles. Unbelievably greasy, overly salty, and bland. The furious sauce is good, but can't compensate. Friendly service. Cool music.
  • Shio ramen is a weird combination of heavy, fatty, bland, under-seasoned. The noodles are quite good but everything else is mediocre. Oh and the gyoza are good. I would recommend Rodan instead
  • It's a cool place but the ramen is just meh.
  • The poke side is the best! Simple but perfectly seasoned.
  • Furious Ramen was excellent and spicy, got better with every bite.
  • Delicious spot with great music!
  • Pretty good ramen, but just not a fan of the noodles they use here.
  • The Furious was good the noodles were overcooked. Ask for the Fury Sauce on the side. The broth is spicy enough. I don't think anyone would eat it with the sauce except for bragging rights.
  • Not a fan of the music. To be "hip-hop" themed, the music could be a lot better. Nigga, bitch, etc. the whole time.
  • Les Ramens servis ici sont sublimes. Attention la sauce piquante des Furious Ramen (dlicieux au passage)
  • The furious ramen is pretty much amazing
  • I think the ramen is better and cheaper at Strings in Chinatown.
  • Great noodle shop, ask for hot sauce on the side so you can decide how much to use
  • Decent ramen but they blast crappy radio rap from big speakers over every table
  • Fui de ramen shoyu, estava bom, mas nada de excepcional!
  • Great ramen. Not too spicy.
  • The ramen here was quite bland, not very good compared to Los Angeles ramen.
  • The fury sauce is damn furious.

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