Say goodbye to your instant ramen and introduce yourself to luxuriously crafted ramen bowls. In New York City, you used to be able to swing by Koa for ramen that you set back $ 150. On the plus side, you could eat gold flakes and can Based their fancy chopsticks, but people figured out you can get get prime ramen at JINYA Ramen Bar for a fraction of the cost. The chain takes the oily, carb-heavy delight of ramen and adds decadent ingredients like wagyu beef and Maine lobster. Based in Los Angeles, JINYA has restaurants sprinkled throughout North America that are ready to soak up your booze and bad decisions. Kidding, you have to live with those.