What's in a name? Nomiya has two meanings. The first meaning is simply bar. In Japan, nomiya is a mixture of dives, counter bars & hidden gems found in charming alley ways. To us, nomiya means New Orleans ramen bar. The 'N.O." stands for New Orleans, the mi means ramen in Vietnamese and it also pays homage to the ramen melting pot that comprises nomiya and...bar.
Take a seat. It's your very own New Orleans ramen bar.
a new orleans ramen bar
Nomiya believes that all food must be prepared with a little bit of soul and a whole lot of truth, aiming to bridge the gap between quintessential New Orleans cuisine and Japanese artistry. The owners wanted to use food as a way to relay their personal experiences as chefs, explorers, and food enthusiasts. Nomiya's story takes root in humble beginnings, out of a simple desire to introduce Japanese ramen to the city of New Orleans.
4518 magazine street
Our 1,110 sqft. shop is located near the corner of Magazine & Jena Street in a charming, quaint little part of Uptown New Orleans. We're walk-in ONLY so be sure to add your name to the list and check out some of the shops nearby! We currently offer online ordering through Toast pick-up and delivery services.
All of our bowls feature a rich, creamy 24-hour pork broth and come with sweet braised pork, scallions and a soy marinated egg. Our soups are highly customizable. We recommend adding additional toppings to make it your own!
"Bold & Garlicky"