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Reflector Review: Miso Hungry

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What’s the first food you think of when you describe a college student? Is it Ramen? If you said Ramen then you’d be right on the dot with myself and most other people in America.

Earlier this week I got to visit the newly opened Miso Hungry Ramen Noodle Bar in Statesboro, just a few short minutes away from the Georgia Southern campus. This restaurant combines tastes from all over Asia and America.

“We’ve got people (in the kitchen) from all around the world that are kind of creating and adding their own little flavors and styles that create what Miso Hungry is,” co-owner of Miso Hungry Roger Van Den Bosch said.

I have to say, after trying the food myself, Van Den Bosch couldn’t be more right. I myself lived in Japan for nearly seven years and have been exposed to more than enough ramen in that time. While Miso Hungry does not claim to be authentic Japanese Ramen, they did an excellent job at reminding me of all my favorite parts of Japan, while introducing those flavors that weren’t Japanese, but made the meal that much better.

Aside from the food, the restaurant is beautifully decorated with an aesthetic that I can best describe as lofi gaming meets Tokyo, it’s very cool, creative, and captivating. However, not only is the restaurant creatively designed, but so is their menu with dish names such as “The Hot Mess Express”, “The Broke Student Special”,”The Finals Week”, and “The Ichiraku Bowl” a dish made specially for any Naruto Fans out there.

Overall I’d give Miso Hungry a 4.7/5 stars, and for any other ramen lovers that would love to try Miso Hungry for themselves, if you screenshot this article or bring it to your server, you’ll receive 5% off your meal.

Lastly, Mr. Van Den Bosch would like to thank his co-owner Brandon Blair, front of house manager Kylie Maynard, and kitchen manager Logan Retheford, for being so incredible in the whole process that built the restaurant. “We wouldn’t be where we’re at if it wasn’t for them.” Van Den Bosch said.

Miso Hungry is open seven days a week, Monday – Saturday from 11:00a.m. to 10:00p.m., and Sundays from 11:00a.m. to 8:00p.m. I encourage all of you to go try it for yourself and get a taste of some delicious ramen.

Miso Hungry is located at 609 Brannen St Suite 9, Statesboro, Georgia.

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