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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Orlando's Domu named one of USA Today's top ramen destinations

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Domu, in Audubon Park's East End Market, was recently named as one of USA Today's top ramen destinations in the country.

"In Orlando, Domu adds to Florida’s heat by serving steamy, spicy bowls of ramen. House-made noodles are served in slow-cooked broths, ranging from chicken to pork based, and can be chased with craft cocktails from Domu’s bar," said the publication.

"I want to put Orlando on the map with Domu," said owner Sean Nguyen to Orlando Weekly last summer. So far, this seems to be the case.

Domu is set to debut in a new location in Jacksonville this spring.

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