Row 1

2215 W 32nd Ave
Denver, CO 80211
(303) 433-3263
Asian, Noodles
$ $
Mon–Sat: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

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  • Sit at the bar and watch the chefs make every dish. Really cool.
  • Do yourself a favor and get some shrimp or pork belly steamed buns.
  • Steve Redzikowski , chef of OAK at fourteenth, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Steamed shrimp buns.
  • Order a bottle of sake but beware of sodium overload. Good...but not sure it lived up to the recent hype...
  • The chili mazeman ramen is a very tasty dish with just the right amount of spice. But beware, there's no broth. It's almost more of a stir fry style. Still worth it!!
  • Yes it's really trying to be Momofuku. Yes it isn't exactly as authentic as it is hip. Yes it tastes fucking great. If it tastes good, authenticity be damned.
  • Everything! !!!
  • Changed my ramen game forever. Steamed buns are excellent too.
  • This spot dishes out outstanding ramen dishes, noodles bowls, and spectacular kimchi stew. In a modern decor, Uncle is a great choice for a casual dinner packed with Momofuku-inspired flavors.
  • The only sign for this restaurant is on the glass door. You won't be seated until your entire party arrives. Try the brussel sprouts, shrimp/pork belly buns & the spicy chicken ramen. Enjoy!
  • I didn't think I cared much for ramen until Uncle. The spicy chicken bowl blew my mind. Still dreaming about that broth and those delicious noodles.
  • Beware Friday and Saturday nights the wait is around 2 hours. Pork belly buns and spicy chicken ramen (not actually spicy but tasty) are good.
  • Unless you get here well before open, be prepared to wait. But it's worth it! Skip the pricey drinks and get more tasty food instead.
  • ramen, pork belly buns, hitachino nest white ale
  • Spicy chicken ramen
  • Bomb @$$ ramen.
  • Also, fried green tomato buns
  • Vegetarians! Get the Spicy Chicken, sub tahini broth and fried tofu for chicken. It's UNREAL and better than the veggie ramen on the menu.
  • This is the best ramen that you can get in Denver. I highly suggest getting any and everything, it is a bit pricey but well worth it.
  • Duck ramen is pretty good but salty. Get here early, it gets REAL crowded