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Bowled over: Ramen Misoya's noodle dishes winning fans

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Nagoya-style mame miso with egg gyoza is a staple at Mount Prospect's Ramen Misoya.

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Ramen Misoya has seating for 45 diners.

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Ramen Misoya is located in an unassuming strip of stores on Busse Road in Mount Prospect.

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Mount Prospect's Ramen Misoya staple dish Nagoya-style mame miso with egg gyoza/dumplings and Sapporo to wash it all down.

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Crew member Starr Tsuruta serves up Ramen Misoya's piping hot miso noodle bowls.

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

The crew at Mount Prospect's Ramen Misoya includes manager Kohei Tomita, front, Linda Sullivan, Noe Rosales, Starr Tsuruta, Sang Lee and Erick Crisostomo.

Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

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Ramen Misoya opened in Mount Prospect in midsummer and word has spread rapidly that this unassuming 45-seat Japanese ramen noodle shop offers something special. A lot of the buzz was generated by its pedigree as part of a Japan-based chain whose 50 outlets worldwide -- including two U.S. outposts in New York and California's Silicon Valley -- have consistently won raves.
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    • Nagoya-style mame miso with egg gyoza is a staple at Mount Prospect's Ramen Misoya.
    • Ramen Misoya has seating for 45 diners.
    • Ramen Misoya is located in an unassuming strip of stores on Busse Road in Mount Prospect.
    • Mount Prospect’s Ramen Misoya staple dish Nagoya-style mame miso with egg gyoza/dumplings and Sapporo to wash it all down.
    • Crew member Starr Tsuruta serves up Ramen Misoya’s piping hot miso noodle bowls.
    • The crew at Mount Prospect’s Ramen Misoya includes manager Kohei Tomita, front, Linda Sullivan, Noe Rosales, Starr Tsuruta, Sang Lee and Erick Crisostomo.
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