Kizuki Ramen & Izakaya

Ramen, Japanese, Noodles
$ $
320 E Pine St (Bellevue Ave)
Seattle, WA 98122
(425) 553-0867
Monday
11:00am - 9:30pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 9:30pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 9:30pm
Thursday
11:00am - 9:30pm
Friday
11:00am - 12:00am
Saturday
11:00am - 12:00am
Sunday
11:00am - 9:30pm

Tips

  • Try the takoyaki and garlic tonkotsu ramen! I'd definitely recommend upgrading to pork belly and add an extra egg if you're extra hungry
  • Nice, cheap house sake and delicious umame scents wafting from the open kitchen :) Also, I appreciate the non sketchy bar seating for solo patrons. #partyofone #girlnightout
  • Rico muy recomendable !!
  • Second location to the one in Northgate. Same familiar feel. Recently renamed to Kizuki. Garlic tonkotsu was tasty. Bar seating available to 21+ to skip the line.
  • Get the garlic tonkotsu shoyu ramen with extra wavy noodles! Got chicken charshu with mine along with pork belly but nothing special about the chicken so skip. 4/5
  • A chain from Japan, but it's probably the best ramen in Seattle. Don't even try the low sodium broth and go for the traditional broth. Add an egg an the fatty pork belly and go home happy.
  • Amazing ramen. Didn't feel as though the low sodium broth lacked any flavor. Also sub for premium pork for only .50c more! So worth it
  • Pork buns are larger than you would expect! One is enough for two, ask them to cut in half
  • Chicken karaage was incredible. We got the chicken ramen and the spicy ramen and both were the best ramen weve ever had. Cannot recommend enough!!
  • Octopus dumplings were decent. Ramen is above average. The don bowls were really good. Even small was very filling.
  • The tempura was undercooked and floppy, with some also being burned?
  • The garlic tonkatsu is amazing
  • I had spicy ramen, maybe not the best ever, but decent. Japanese pork bun was delicious, especially eaten with wasabi
  • Pretty decent Tokotsu ramen
  • My favorite ramen place in seattle, get your choice of ramen (low-sodium option, trust me) and the chicken karaage
  • Occasionally they have painfully clueless hosts.
  • The reviews were great but my ramen was underwhelming.
  • Delicious traditional tonkatsu shoyu ramen. Swap the pork for pork belly. The karaage is deliciously marinaded in ginger/soy sauce and comes with a spicy Japanese mayo.
  • Chilli in Ramen...first experience but not bad.
  • It gets super busy! Put your name in early.

Nearby places

1124 Pike St (at Minor Ave)
917 E Pine St (at 10th Ave)
714 E Pike St Ste A