ClosedOpens at 12:00
$$$$ Price range per person $ 10 - 25
6935 Heritage Dr, Port St. Lucie
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Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA

Most guests recommend trying mouthwatering japanese ramen, seafood and pork. A lot of visitors order good tea. 4.8 is what this restaurant received from the Google rating system.

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Amazing food, great atmosphere, amazing service,10/10
The food was great and atmosphere is beautiful. Would recommend if you want some good Japanese food this is the spot.
For years, I've been searching for a ramen place close to home. The farthest I've gone for great authentic Japanese food was Sapporo ramen in orlando, 2 hour and 15 minute drive from saint lucie. To my dismay, that place is now permanently closed because the owners retired and decided to close the place for good. The next place I've gone to is a little restaurant called 'Ebisu' in Palm beach gardens, 1 hour and 15 minute drive from saint lucie. They serve amazing food too.But do you notice the trend that I'm pointing out here? For great and authentic Japanese food, you need to sacrifice 1- 2 hours of your life to drive well out of your way to find a good quality place for good quality food.But look no further. Enter 'Ramen Hana & Wings'. How much Time to drive here? 10 minutes... from my house!!!I was about to not go here considering that I'm on a diet, but when I read the reviews and saw pictures of glorious 'Tonkotsu Ramen', I just had to come here. The location of this place is way, waaay in the back behind the street front store plaza. They may have not been so lucky in being able to get a good location for their restaurant, but don't let the location fool you. once you find it and open the door to walk in; it is a complete transformation from your impression outside to your impression inside.The inside decor is very pleasant and if you don't like tables, they got a front side bar seating area right next to the kitchen area.I ordered Takoyaki, Chasu bun, a bowl of Tonkatsu ramen, and their Desert which was a cream roll with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream topped with chocolate syrup.First came the Takoyaki. Drizzled on top was their sauce and a helpful topping of bonito flakes. The taste of it is exactly the same as with any other place. The Outer shell Was pretty crispy, but that didn't change the flavor profile.Next came their Tonkotsu bowl, with slightly charred slices of chashu pork, half a nitamago egg, small sheet of nori seaweed for decor, green onions, and an ingredient that reminded me of bamboo shoots but may have been caramelized onions, not really sure (see picture attached). I love fresh hand-made noodles, i painstakingly make noodles myself in large batches when I stock up on ingredients so I can make fresh ramen on the fly instead of doing a lot of work for one bowl. The noodles in my bowl didn't taste or look like they were made fresh and more like they were bought pre-made, but I don't expect restaurants to do what I do. and besides; the way it all tasted in the end gives this bowl a free pass in my book. The portion size of this bowl was pretty small for my taste, but to be honest and fair; Americans have been accustomed to gluttonous portion sizes for way too long. If you like large portions, this place may not be for you, but for me; this was completely fine.Last was the Chasu bun, which was a flat oval Nikuman style flour dough that's steamed, with toppings of chashu pork, lettuce, and a delicious spicy bbq type sauce smothering the pork and then folded in half like a taco and then sprinkled with sesame seeds on top. This dish is more 'puffy dough' then Chashu pork, but it reminded me a lot of steamed pork buns.This was were I was going to end my food journey into this place until the waitress asked me if I wanted desert. I was going to say no but I got curious and asked what they had. The waitress informed me that the desert options was not on the menu but they offered fried donuts, mochii, and cream roll with ice cream.Unable to pick, I asked what her favorite was, and after a bit of thought and laughter (I take it she was never asked that question before) she informed me she liked the cream roll desert.The desert was nothing special, just two slices of a small vanilla Yule log with rainbow sprinkles, a scoop of vanilla ice cream with whipped cream topped with chocolate syrupWish this place had a TV to watch and maybe the portions could be changed (like what ebisu and Sapporo offer) , but overall I highly recommend to give this place a chance
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6935 Heritage Dr, Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA
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SundaySun 12:00-22:00
MondayMon 12:00-22:00
TuesdayTue 12:00-22:00
WednesdayWed 12:00-22:00
ThursdayThu 12:00-22:00
FridayFri 12:00-22:00
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