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Toki Undeground Scales Back Its Hours
H Street’s popular noodle soup spot will now be closed on Sundays, too. By Anna Spiegel
Toki Hakata Classic Ramen—no longer sold on Sundays. Photograph by Scott Suchman.
Comments () | Published September 24, 2012

The Atlas District may draw a late-night weekend crowd, but, as of this week, that crowd will have to hit up H &Pizza or Shawafel instead of heading to Toki Underground for 1 AM ramen. A restaurant representative sent word that the kitchen will be wrapping up at midnight on Friday and Saturday and closing entirely on Sunday (see all new hours below).

As for the day of rest, the rep sent along the following note: “Toki Underground remains committed to providing market-fresh ramen at the highest standards of service and at the lowest cost to our customers on a daily basis. We are choosing to close on Sundays to continue to meet the standards we impose on ourselves here at the restaurant as well as those that we receive from our loyal customers on a regular basis.”

The good news, especially for those H Street homebodies: Chef Erik Bruner-Yang is extending carryout, offering dinner to go every night the spot is open instead of Monday through Thursday. It may be the best ramen your microwave ever sees.

Toki Underground’s new hours: Monday through Wednesday 5 to 10 PM, Thursday 5 to 11, Friday and Saturday 5 to midnight.

See also:
What’s It Like to Eat at a Toki Underground Pop-Up Dinner?
Toki Underground Starts Accepting Reservations

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