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"Presentation is important to ramen, and though this may not be the prettiest bowl of noodles in the land, it's certainly appealing. The various elements — pork, egg, wood-ear mushrooms, bamboo shoots, seaweed, ginger, green onions and a dollop of puréed garlic swirling around the middle — are arranged in sections somewhat separate from one another. Initially, I taste them on their own. Once the ramen cools enough to eat, though, it's a free-for-all." Find out more about Tiger Den in this week's cafe review, "Tiger Den's Noodles and Broth Are Vying to Be Houston's Best." PHOTOS BY TROY FIELDS.
Published on April 2, 2014