Ramen Takagi Serves Up Authentic Japanese Delicacies in Oviedo

By Yasmene Warren

Food always tastes best when it comes from the heart, and that’s exactly what Yoko Takagi sought to do through Ramen Takagi. Let’s look beyond the bowl and check it out!

Ramen Takagi store front with sign in plaza

All About Ramen Takagi

Ramen Takagi is a quaint ramen restaurant located on Aloma Avenue in Oviedo.

This restaurant is a small family business nestled in the Seminole County suburb and was inspired by the founder’s experience growing up in Japanese culture.

“I enjoy serving others and always want to make people happy and satisfied with my food. To ensure the most traditional flavors, I traveled to Japan for training and to bring you the most authentic recipes,” Takagi says, according to the restaurant’s website.

Ensure satisfaction is exactly what is delivered at Ramen Takagi, and you can taste the passion and authenticity yourself on weekly basis. The restaurant is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from noon to 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., Fridays from noon to 3 p.m. and 4:30 to 9 p.m., Saturdays from noon to 9 p.m., and Sundays from noon to 8 p.m.

Slurp’s Up: The Ramen and More

Ramen Takagi serves traditional ramen bowls you may already be familiar with, but the flavor and passion put into each dish is unlike any other!

You can order tonkotsu, mazesoba, spicy miso, veggie mazesoba, shoyu, or shio ramen. There’s also a kid’s bowl of ramen made with chicken broth and soy sauce flavor!

Each bowl comes with pork chashu as protein, which can be substituted for chicken chashu, and you can also order extra chashu, marinated egg, and noodles for just a few more dollars.

wood table with bowl or ramen and hard boiled eggs and other toppings

Ramen Takagi also serves onigiri stuffed with your choice of cooked salmon, smoked salmon, tuna mayo, or Japanese pickled plum.

For appetizers, you can order some crispy, Japanese pan-fried gyoza, or karaage (fried chicken) with a side of spicy mayo!

japanese pan-fried kaarage with a side of spicy mayo

The Dining Experience

Ramen Takagi may be small, but its food is far from it. Each dish is chock-full of specially crafted flavors that make you feel like you died and went to ramen heaven!

light brown wood bar with glass case and drinks behind counter

The small dining area and bar seating make for an intimate eating experience — one worth sharing with the people you love!


Authentic ramen restaurants are the closest you can get to tasting flavors cultivated by Japanese culture without actually booking a flight to the country itself. If you’re in the Oviedo area or not far from it, Ramen Takagi is definitely worth giving a try!


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