High Five Ramen

Noodles
$ $
112 N Green St
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 754-0431
Monday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Wednesday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Thursday
5:00pm - 12:10am
Friday
5:00pm - 12:10am
Saturday
5:00pm - 12:10am
Sunday
5:00pm - 11:00pm

Tips

  • While I don't mind spicy food, I like the no spice high five noodles the best.
  • Half spice is the way to go.
  • Disappointing, not worth the wait. Beware of the yuzu slushie.
  • Get the no-spice ramen. You can always add spice to it at the table. Your tastebuds will thank me.
  • Grab a drink from green street while you wait.
  • Shoyu is not bad at all.
  • If you're in the neighborhood, just pop by and see if the wait is long. If not-- give it a shot. It's definitely not worth a 45+ min wait.
  • Great ramen. Go with the half spice, full spice will burn a whole in your stomach
  • The wait is really not worth it. Seats 16, and line is out the door on a Friday night. Shoyu ramen is light and flavorful, high five ramen is heavier. There are better ramen places in Wicker Park.
  • opens at 6. be here at 6. entire party must be present or you go to the back if the line. half spicy is excellent!
  • Not worth the wait - extremely overhyped (may be due to perceived exclusivity of seating only 15 people at a time). One can find much better Ramen in the city!
  • Not worth the wait at all!! Even Ramen-San is better than this...
  • Only go here with a small group (2-4 max), go early, and be prepared to wait (its below Green St, so you can nibble/imbibe upstairs)
  • The minimalist menu begins with a stern warning of how spicy the soup can beand spicy it is, but worth the momentary pain. Cool down with fruity slushie cocktail or sip on some sake.
  • Put your name in, drink $5 beers from the sink near the bar, drink, talk to the people around you, go down to eat ramen, and then go elsewhere/home happy.
  • shio ramen everytime
  • Half Spice, Double Pork. You know the spice is right when it burns as much going in as it burns going out.
  • Perfect Spicy ramen and onikoroshi juice boxes!
  • The best ramen I've had in Chicago. Go solo to avoid the wait. Half spice is great, if you're sensitive to spice get no spice and ask for the spice on the side.
  • The chicken and mushroom ramen

Nearby places

112 N Green St (btwn Washington Blvd & Randolph St)
806 W Randolph St (btwn Halsted St & Green St)
113-125 N Green St (at W Randolph St)