Photo courtesy Goro Ramen

Summer may be winding down, but September in Oklahoma still brings us sunny days and warm temps aplenty. Usually, heat means giving up cold weather favorites, like hot coffee and nights by the fire, and delicious ramen soup. But not at Goro Ramen, which offers a ramen with chilled noodles, sesame dressing, shrimp, surimi, mustard greens, menma, negi and fried shallots. Nice and chilly and a perfect way to beat your ramen craving, even in the warmest weather. But if Oklahoma’s bipolar weather has you shivering instead, they also have plenty of tasty, hot ramen soup for your enjoyment. 1634 N. Blackwelder Ave. Suite 102, Oklahoma City,

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