The owner and chef, Jeffrey Chen offers Ramen noodles and dumplings skins made in house. Shouldn’t be too difficult since with only three types of ramen offered, the menu is short and sweet. Choose between: Tonkotsu, with a broth of boiled pork bones, chicken and bonito — dried fish — flakes; Miso, which is Tonkotsu broth with miso, the salty, nutty Japanese seasoning; and Shoyu, made with chicken bones, bonito and soy sauce.
But when it comes to ramen it’s all about the toppings. You can add bamboo shoots, green onion, dried seaweed paper called nori, bacon bits, and a hanjuku egg, cook so their whites are hard like a regular soft boiled egg but with a creamy, partially cooked yolk.
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