Kukai Ramen & Izakaya / Seattle

320 E Pine St Bellevue Ave Seattle 98122
+1 844-585-2487
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:00 - 21:30
Fri, Sat 11:00 - 01:00

We are passionate about our ramen. Our philosophy is to serve the most traditional, authentic and delicious Japanese ramen that you can possibly have without actually flying to Japan. Come slurp a bowl and join us in our passion.

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Tips from the Net @ Kukai Ramen & Izakaya
Colleen Masterson en
So, I think I may have an addiction to this place.. I ordered it to-go through Door Dash and actually ordered two ramen bowls just so I'd have one for tomorrow and wouldn't have to wait. I've tried all the flavors and they're all fantastic. So. Freaking. Good. GooglePlace - April 2018
Bianca S en
I consider myself a ramen snob and this place was amazing! I loved all the options and the flavors of the broth. The drinks are also very good. I loved the hello kitty drink. GooglePlace - March 2018
Alen Pijuan en
My wife and I were in Seattle for a few days recently and we remembered eating at a great ramen place when we were there two and a half years ago. We couldn't remember the name but we searched and eventually found it. Thank goodness. Los Angeles has many great ramen places but Kizuki is as good as the best that L.A. has to offer. And the staff is very friendly and down to earth. GooglePlace - March 2018
John Navarro en
Great Place! nice Customer Service! Asked for what I needed and they Gave it to me with a smile and no problems. Place is Clean and Sanitary. Will Gladly do Business again. Food is awesome GooglePlace - March 2018
Azure Lunatic en
Delicious! Many options for the dishes: there's a choice of regular or low salt broth, and salt or soy sauce based. When there's a wait they put out a sign-in sheet. Waitstaff are perfectly attentive and personable without trying to be your new best friend. The bartender will pilot your saké flight customized to your tastes and experience. Very comfortable seating that doesn't engulf you. The waiting area is small for the crowd that was there after ECCC nearby, but after we were seated it was an intimately small and not visually distracting experience due to the lovely 7ft+ tall translucent glass screens between booths. GooglePlace - March 2018