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Gear Up For Ramen Sunday At Acadia

By Melissa McEwen in Food on Nov 20, 2014 5:00PM

You might have heard that Acadia (1639 S. Wabash Ave.) retained their Michelin star, but that's not the only accolade they've won recently. They also won judge's choice at Ramenfest and if you missed that event, you can grab a bowl of their ramen every Sunday for $14. The tonkotsu ramen contains a 36-hour braised pork shoulder and barbeque pork belly with a perfectly poached farm egg, house made sambal chili paste, charred scallion, fresh wood ear mushroom and spicy lobster oil.

Their bar also offers their popular burger and a critically-acclaimed cocktail program, so it's a great place to grab a Sunday dinner. If you are in the mood for a longer leisurely dinner, chef Ryan McCaskey doesn't want diners to forget about their tasting menus, which show off his kitchen's impressive technical skills on ingredients like lobster and truffles.