The 3 newest dining spots in Columbus

Interested in discovering the newest restaurants in Columbus? The list includes a ramen spot in the North Market, the latest from a James Beard Award winning-chef and an elegant Indian eatery. Read on for details.

Satori Ramen Bar

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Satori Ramen Bar has opened at 59 Spruce St. in the historic North Market. Founder/head chef and Tokyo native Seigo Nishimura notes on the spot's website, "Especially in the Midwest, authentic ramen is hard to come by, so I really want to share this unique cultural, culinary and community-building tradition..." 

The spot's centerpiece ramen dishes include tonkotsu (braised pork), paitan (kara-age fried chicken) and veggie shoyu (grilled seasoned tofu).


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Stroll over to 906 N. High St. in Italian Village and you'll find SeeSaw, a New American spot, bar and dance club. Its menu includes wood-fired Modern American shareables from James Beard Award-winning executive chef Jonathon Sawyer.

Entrees include Serious Fried Chicken (a boneless half-bird with ranch and crudite), Flintstone’s Big Beef (short rib with shagbark grits, bone marrow bordelaise and salsa verde) and Korean barbecue salmon, paired with coconut rice and scallion salad.

Aangan India Bistro

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Head over to 7520 High Cross Blvd. in Crosswoods and you'll find Aangan India Bistro. This fine-dining spot's signature entrees include murgh makhani (boneless chicken breast pieces cooked in tandoor with tomato, onion and creamy gravy) and lamb rogan josh (lamb cubes cooked with yogurt, onion and creamy gravy).

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