Baltimore Eats: Peko Peko Ramen

Hello, dolls! Hello, labor day weekend!! <3 Anyone else excited about this long weekend? My little family is going to keep it simple this time since we are busy introducing a new routine to Little A. He is going to start school in 3 days!! Can you believe it?? We went to two parent meetings this week and I am just all about being a Mom to a preschooler now!

I remember wrapping my books with plastic covers and buying school supplies with my Mom when I was younger. Was it just me or did anyone smell their notebooks/pads before? LMAO! The “smell” totally made me feel excited for the first day of school! I want Little A to have wonderful memories like me so I am determined to make it super fun for him in my own little ways — like sending him cutesy snacks and having our own tradition on Fridays to welcome the weekend!

Anyway, it is starting to feel like fall now (well, some days!) and I am getting excited about all of the outfits I have planned for myself and my two babies! Aside from our wardrobe, I am also looking forward to all of the warm weather food we will be eating! I say…ramen every weekend! 😛

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When A and I started dating, we were all about ramen! We would drive to New York or Washington DC to get eat a delicious bowl of ramen. 8 years ago, Baltimore lacked the Asian vibe that we wanted. So imagine how delighted we are now that there are awesome Asian restaurants opening-up within 10 miles from us! One of which is Peko-Peko Ramen.

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The menu is straight forward which I like! Some ramen restaurants tend to go crazy with too many items on the menu which makes the guest overlook what they really came in for — ramen!

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AMEN to this list! LOL 😛

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Peko-Peko is now our go-to ramen spot. It is so convenient to have a ramen restaurant 8 miles away from our house.

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The best way to start off a ramen dinner is with a plate of delicious housemade gyoza.

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The filling was topnotch. It was juicy and full of flavor. I loved the crispy layer of the wrapper! It gave that nice texture that made me want more.

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TanTan Ramen

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My favorite is the TanTan Ramen! I love the rich creamy broth and the minced meat that goes on top — all of them mixed together is pure heaven in my mouth!

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Shoyu is your classic chicken broth ramen with chashu on top. A orders this every time we go to Peko Peko.

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The noodles are always perfectly cooked!

I can’t wait for the weather to get cooler so I have an excuse to go to Peko Peko every week! lol

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If you are not in the mood for ramen, Peko Peko has hearty rice bowls on the menu too! This one is the gyu han — minced beef with ginger shoyu and caramelized onions.

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Little A looking so fly in his Zara outfit!

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My Mom has been a huge help since Little A was born. Now that I am a Mom-of-two, I could only imagine the things she had to go through dealing with 4 kids! Fall reminds me of our weekly shopping dates together! <3

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Little A loves the cold weather too….and shopping with Mommy 😛

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Time to take out my boots! Or is it too early to do that? Lol

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Where did the time go? It seems like it was only yesterday when Little A was learning about little things like animal sounds and picking up a ball. Now, he is going to be a preschooler without me or A around! Gone are the days when an empty plastic bottle could entertain him. He is now onto bigger things and I feel blessed that I can be the Mama that can watch him grow! <3

 

xx

R <3

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