Discover Restaurants offering the best Soups food in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. The inland city of Guadalajara is bursting with history and culture. Many attractions are in the city's historic center and in the neighboring city of Zapopan. Museums, parks and churches flourish alongside bullfights, rodeos and soccer (futbol). Nearby are the towns of Tequila, where the liquor of the same name is produced, and Tlaquepaque and Tonala, where artisans create an abundance of Mexican handicrafts. Mariachi, which originated in the area, is a common sight and sound in Guadalajara.
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5 based on 96 reviews
Until today, I knew nothing about Korean food. I was a Korean food virgin, except for a couple of dishes from a stand in the Abastos Market. But yesterday, my son watched 'Chef's Kitchen' on Netflix, an episode on Korea. He dropped by this afternoon and started raiding my refrigerator, all the while raving about the show. "There's a Korean restaurant not far from here," he hinted. So we ended up at Restaurante SSAM.Fortunately, the menu includes photos and descriptions. We started out with the Bancham appetizer that arrives with a bowl of sticky rice. We then shared a steamy bun, a lentil cake and a bowl of hot Bibim Tocino (pork). Everything single thing was delicious with vibrant, complex flavors and textures.The service was excellent and the prices moderate. What a delight! I highly recommend SSAM. We'll be back soon to continue sampling our way through the entire menu.hi Wordsmyths, Thank you for the kind words aud glad to hear you had a great meal! We Hope to see you again .
4 based on 205 reviews
The restaurant is quite new in the city apparently and has a nice wide variety of ramens and other traditional Japanese dishes, no waiting time at 1pm and the place is nice and quite. Prices are completely affordable too. Service was professional and friendly.
4 based on 100 reviews
Great Noodle bar with an indie/hipster twist located in a lively neighbourhood.Ramens and udons there are served in very generous portions and are particularly tasty. You can combine them with great tipical sodas or cocktails. Service is a bit on the slow side but the place is always crowded.As a matter of fact there is usually a long waiting line. if you cannot bother to wait and unless you are a ramen die-hard fan, I'd recommend to cross the street to enjoy an Okonomiyaki at Tanuki (same owners and a bit more expensive).
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