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Banyan Gifts Boston With Another Late-Night Ramen Option

Plus, here's a peek at the rest of the late-night offerings, available Thursday through Saturday.

Banyan Bar + Refuge
Banyan Bar + Refuge
Katie Chudy for Eater

Boston loves ramen, especially late at night. The newest option has just debuted in the South End: Banyan Bar + Refuge is serving it up from 10:30 p.m. to midnight (or until it runs out) Thursday through Saturday each week, and it features fresh noodles made in-house by chef Phillip Tang. (At Tang's previous restaurant in Cambridge's Inman Square, East by Northeast, much of the menu centered around hearty and flavorful noodle dishes.)

Last night's ramen ($16) had ginger chicken broth, chicken sausage, a poached egg, and pickled watermelon radish.

Ramen

[Photo: Provided]

Here's a peek at the rest of the current late-night menu, which will change often:

  • Asian pickle plate
  • Lacinato kale salad, oranges, shallots, taramind, pickled mushrooms
  • Warm octopus salad, delicata squash, sweet chili lime vinaigrette, peanuts, mint
  • Spicy mapo potatoes, black vinegar cream, pickled wax beans, scallion, cilantro
  • "Takoyaki," calamari, aioli, soy glaze, bonito
  • Daikon Fries, gochujang ketchup, mushroom XO aioli
  • Salt + pepper chicken wings, shaoxing wine, fried jalapeños, pickled celery
  • Warm lobster bun, honey miso butter, toasted mantou, pickled celery
  • Fried chicken bun, sesame mustard aioli, celery root + apple salad

Banyan Bar & Refuge

492 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116 (617) 556-4211

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