Kinton Ramen Wicker Park
This site and its contents are copyright © 2019 TRENDY. All rights reserved.
About us
Contact Us
Privacy Policy
Trendy Publications
Kinton Ramen, the popular Japanese ramen restaurant concept that has taken Canada, Japan, South Korea and now the United States by storm, opened its second Chicago location in the city's Wicker Park neighborhood. Conceived by Founder James Hyunsoo Kim in collaboration with Executive Chef Aki Urata, Kinton Ramen Wicker Park is dedicated to the uncompromising pursuit to serve the best quality noodles and broth paired with energetic and friendly service. The 2,100-square-foot Kinton Ramen Wicker Park features 54 main dining room seats and 11 open-kitchen bar seats with a modern, minimalist vibe that highlights complementary textures of blond wood, powder-coated metal and stainless steel throughout.

At Kinton Ramen Wicker Park, pork and chicken broth are cooked for at least 20 hours to create the five delicious styles served: Original, Shoyu, Miso, Spicy Garlic and Spicy Jalapeno, which each include accompanying slices of pork belly that are torched for added caramelization and flavor or juicy chicken breast slices. Several shareable plates also available including Kimuchi, Takowasabi, Salmon Tataki, Ton Ton Don, Edamame, Ikapiri and the restaurant's famous original and spicy Karaage.

Pork Spicy Garlic Ramen: chili pepper, pork, grated garlic, scallions; Hot Karaage: fried chicken thigh, chili sauce, and aonori.; Ebimyo: fried prawns, spicy mayo; Ikapiri: fried calamari, spicy catsop, wasabi mayo, wonton chips, aonori; Sweet Soy Corn; Matcha Cheesecake; Matcha Colada: rum, coconut cream

Kinton Ramen Wicker Park 1426 North Milwaukee Ave
Photos by