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    3. Cary
    4. RamenDoBo Noodle Bar

    Location and hours

    320 Ann Street, Cary, IL 60013
    Monday - Thursday
    04:00 PM - 08:30 PM
    Friday - Saturday
    11:00 AM - 08:30 PM
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    RamenDoBo Noodle Bar

    Asian Fusion
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    320 Ann Street, Cary, IL 60013
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    • Starters

      • Edamame

        Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free. Boiled soybeans in pods with furikake and salt.
        vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free
      • Seaweed Salad

        Vegetarian. Fresh seaweeds tossed in a blend of sesame seeds, crushed non, sesame, and chili oils.
      • Veggie Gyoza

        Vegetarian. Cabbages, ginger, sweet potato, and wheat starches mixed with spices and seasonings, deep-fried till crispy delicious. Served with soy-apple cider vinegar dipping sauce.
      • Pork Gyoza

        Ground pork with cabbages, ginger, and garlic, deep-fried to crispy goodness. Served with soy-apple cider vinegar dipping sauce.
      • Spring Rolls

        Our most popular side. Deep-fried crispy egg rolls filled with ground pork, carrots, green onions, and cilantro. Served with our homemade sweet and sour sauce.
      • Twice-Cooked Eggs

        We take our yummy, gooey soft-boiled egg, dip it in Japanese panko breading, and deep fry it to give in that extra crunchy delicious exterior. Two eggs in one serving. Served with sriracha mayo dipping sauce.
    • Rice Bowls

      • Tonkatsu Rice Bowl

        Our version of the classic, deep-fried Japanese pork cutlet, served in a bed of shredded cabbages, steamed rice, and pickled ginger with lots of tonkatsu sauce.
      • Karaage Rice Bowl

        Gluten-free. Our house specialty fried chicken tossed in our Korean-inspired sweet honey chili sauce served over steamed rice, mixed boiled veggies, and pickled ginger.
      • Spicy Taiwan Rice Bowl

        Spicy, braised ground pork, cabbages, bean sprouts, pickled ginger, pepper strings, green onions.
    • House Specials

      • Double the Flavor

        Pork and chicken broths are blended to "double the flavor" with your favorite base (shio, shoyu) with servings of pork cha shu and fried chicken, plus corn, menma, cabbages, and green onions. Choice of spicy or mild.
      • Tonkatsu Tonkotsu What's the Diff?

        Tonkatsu is the fried cutlet while tonkatsu is the rich pork broth. Combine them and you get two classic porky goodness in one bowl! Served with a soft-boiled egg, lots of shredded cabbages, green onions, pickled ginger, and a drizzle of tonkatsu sauce.
      • Garlic Bomb

        Our best seller. Rich, creamy tonkatsu broth with a heavy dose of garlic three ways (black garlic, crispy toasted garlic, and garlic oil) with a soft-boiled egg, cha shu pork, corn, men ma, cabbages, and green onions. Spicy or mild.
      • Our Tonkotsu

        Our version of the classic tonkatsu (pork) broth. Pork bones cooked over two days to bring out all its flavor and richness. Flavored with your choice of base (shio, shoyu) and served with a soft-boiled egg, cha shu pork, corn, menma, cabbages, and green onions. Spicy or mild.
      • Which Came 1st Chix or Egg?

        A staff favorite. Fried chicken in our home-style chicken broth with a soft-boiled egg, corn, menma, cabbages, and green onions. Choice of mild or spicy.
    • Beverages

      • Ramune (6.76 oz)

        Super popular Japanese soda in fun bottles.
      • Canned Soda (12 oz)

    • Add Ons

      • Add Egg (Ajitsuke Tamago)

        An extra serving of our special gooey seasoned ramen egg.
      • Extra Meat Please

        An additional serving of any of our house-made meats - chicken, chashu, Kahlua, adobo, and Taiwan.
      • Add Vegetables

        Add an extra serving of cabbages, corn, menma, or green onions. All together or in whatever combination you like it.
      • Extra Noodles Please (Kaedama)

        Curly or straight, "kaedama" roughly translates to "more noodles please".