Sera’s Ramen Enclave

About

Ramen, Korean, Vietnamese

Price Range : $11-30 ($$)

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    Yelp rating
    4 stars

Location

Adress: 3472 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211

Phone: (303) 455-2858

Work Hours

Mon 11:00 am-9:00 pm
Tue
Wed
Thu 11:00 am-9:00 pm
Fri 11:00 am-9:00 pm
Sat 11:00 am-9:00 pm
Sun 11:00 am-9:00 pm

Business info

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    Health Score
    76 out of 100
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    Vegan Options
    Yes
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    Takes Reservations
    Yes
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    Delivery
    No
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    Take-out
    Yes
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    Accepts Credit Cards
    Yes
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    Good For
    Lunch, Dinner
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    Parking
    Street
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    Bike Parking
    Yes
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    Wheelchair Accessible
    Yes
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    Good for Kids
    Yes
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    Good for Groups
    Yes
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    Ambience
    Casual, Trendy
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    Noise Level
    Average
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    Alcohol
    Beer & Wine Only
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    Outdoor Seating
    Yes
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    Wi-Fi
    No
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    Has TV
    No
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    Dogs Allowed
    No
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    Waiter Service
    Yes
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    Caters
    No
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    Gender Neutral Restrooms
    Yes

Reviews

  • Andres B.

    star star star star star 6 September 2021

    Denver Ramen Wars! To be fair, I've really only eaten at Uncle and Sera's in town, but had broken in my ramen palette in the Bay area and abroad.

    To begin, I always loved that the word enclave was in the title of this restaurant. And that it's 'front door' is accessible via the back of an alley. I digress.

    The ramen: surprise...I ordered the sesame pork belly (because I'm a sucker for tonkotsu broth) TAKE OUT. This means I had to put everything together in a giant bowl at my house. Setup notwithstanding, this was still top 3 favorite ramen I've ever had *and* better than Uncle. Uncle is still quite good, so let that settle in -- takeout from Sera's was better than eating in at Uncle.

    Obviously a tiny sample size, so will need to revalidate this hot take. But absolutely you should visit.

  • Rebecca B.

    star star star star star_border 4 September 2021

    Walk through a narrow alleyway that takes you to a cozy outdoor patio with comforting flavors. Sera's is a special spot with its twist on familiar dishes that remind you of old favorites with a new look. I tried the duck sliders and chilled ramen noodles. I was slightly underwhelmed by the sliders but thought the noodles were flavorful and filling.

    They definitely incorporate several Asian flavors including Korean and Japanese ingredients. I'll be back to try out more!

  • Daniel E.

    star star star star star_border 30 August 2021

    I was wandering around the great Highlands Street Fair, and luckily found this wonderful restaurant when street food wasn't enough.

    Their 32nd Avenue storefront is really very creative and cool but it is uniquely not the main entrance, and this sets the tempo for a different dining visit. Instead, you stroll along the west side of the building through a narrow walkway into an intimate outdoor (and covered) patio. There's also indoor seating available, but it was too nice out to go inside.

    Greeted warmly by a staffer, was immediately led to an outdoor table where I began a terrific lunch.

    Enjoyed their lettuce spring rolls, which were delivered at the right temperature and delicious as could be. Liked their accompanying spices and sauces.

    I have frequently visited the Pacific Rim, love ramen, and perhaps a bit of a ramen snob to be honest. Sera's delivered and then some, as my yakisoba ramen was superb, served at the right time and temperature, a tasty mix of five-spice curry, panko crusted chicken, bean sprouts, cucumber, ginger, fried egg, seaweed, ginger pickled daikan.

    Shout-out to my server, Kalvsia, who was helpful, friendly, and had great timing.

  • Patricia W.

    star star star star_border star_border 21 August 2021

    I feel like 3 stars is sort of generous. The food itself wasn't bad - I got the pork belly ramen. It had good flavor but was waaaaaay too salty. Adding some greens or more mushrooms would have helped this. Still, not bad and the sake was good.

    The real reason for only 3 stars is that the service was just not good. The main person who served us was nice enough, but hardly checked on us (and didn't check on us at all after delivering the food). It also took an incredibly long time for us to get drinks, the app, the dinner, and then the check. And randomly, one girl who might have been the manager came over to check on us mid meal, and as my boyfriend was mad sentence, she just walked away. It was so weird! Okay spot food wise, but I don't see myself returning.

  • Glenda J.

    star star star star star_border 20 August 2021

    Really obscure entrance to this place.  Walk through a narrow alleyway to get to their entrance.  After walking through their outdoor seating, you reach a small entrance beside the restroom.
    This appears to be a small house converted into small restaurant, so you might be seated in a small room off the main dining area.

    Certainly not a venue for quiet intimate conversations.  Service was prompt.

    Flavorsome ramen was delicious but the oxtail could have been cooked a little longer.  Not all meat as you'll get some sinew.  Broth was flavorful but since I cook oxtail regularly, this could be so much for flavorful.  

    Duck bao buns were delicious.

    All in all, very good food for the area.

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