The best ramen is more than just a meal—it's an art form. Made with springy noodles, bathing in steaming hot broth, garnished with tender pork, a perfectly soft-boiled egg, sheets of nori, and an array of tantalizing spices. Whether as a cure for the wildest hangovers or an inviting canvas for vegan and vegetarian variations, the allure of a hearty ramen bowl is undeniable. But finding that authentic, soul-warming bowl in Chicago can be a quest, one that takes you through neighborhoods and cuisines, from traditional tonkotsu to experimental fusion variations.

You can’t eat in Boston without having a lobster roll. A beloved New England classic - it sparks passionate debates about the right way to enjoy it. Whether you prefer yours cold and creamy with mayo, or hot and buttery, this city offers an array of options to satisfy your lobster roll cravings. From traditional renditions to inventive variations, Boston’s seafood scene has something for everyone. In this guide using reviews from Wadju users—Wadjers—we’ve curated a list of the top-rated spots where you can savor these delectable rolls.

There’s no better way to luxuriate during a meal than by eating at one of the best steakhouses in NYC, and finding them is easy when you look at what everyone on the dish-rating app Wadju is talking about. A meeting place for tastemakers to find, rate and share individual menu items from top-rated restaurants, you’d better believe that it’s where you’ll be able to find a trustworthy collection of the best steakhouses in NYC.

Find the best brunch in NYC can feel like finding a needle in a haystack, but when you’re using dish rating apps like Wadju, it’s easy: Thanks to users dining out across the city and contributing ratings to what they think is the best brunch in NYC, we’ve been able to put together a list of the top-ranking spots complete with the absolute must-order dishes at each of them.