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A lifestyle blog with a focus on my food adventures

It’s always fun to go out to lunch with other bloggers – and I love meeting up with Fiona from Gourmet Pigs. We decided to head over to Pagu, which we had all been wanting to try. Pagu is owned by Tracy Chang. Tracy co-founded Guchi’s midnight ramen and collaborated with places like Bondir, No.9 Park, Sportello, JM Curley and The Gallows to name a few. I never made it to an event, so I was especially pumped to try the ramen. The space inside is awesome, with all these great little spaces in the dining room that give you the feeling that you’re in your own private space. Service was top notch, our server had some good suggestions and was attentive.

Pictured above is their house made lemon lime soda ($5), the wafflato ($6) that was so savory with its smoked mozzarella, and the piquillo peppers.

So what did we have? Leah went with the  chilled tomato mazemen ($12), served with thai basil flowers and arbequina. She added on lobster for $8. She described it as a refreshing gazpacho (with lobster).

Fiona had the lobster roll, served on a Dovetail Sake kasu brioche, and was served with avocado, asian pear, and black sesame ($21). I love the out of the box take on the lobster roll, and it was so unique to look at.

Me? I went with the Guchi’s midnight ramen ($15) that was served with Rita’s pork, a six minute egg and nori. Really nice flavors in this dish, I really loved the broth.

Other menu offerings include: squid ink oyster bar, braised pork belly bar, tortilla espanola, Sake Kasu brioche burger, a zucchini salad and raw oysters (to name a few).

Parking is on street at meters.

Where do you love to get ramen?


300 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA

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