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Ground pork with cabbages, ginger, and garlic, deep-fried to crispy goodness. Served with soy-apple cider vinegar dipping sauce.
Cabbages, ginger, sweet potato and wheat starches mixed with spices and seasonings, deep-fried till crispy delicious. Served with soy-apple cider vinegar dipping sauce.
Flash-boiled corn kernels, menma (bamboo shoots), cabbages and green onions with a dash of furikake.
Our version of the classic tonkotsu (pork) broth. Pork bones cooked over two days to bring out all its flavor and richness. Flavored with your choice of base (shio, shoyu) and served with a soft-boiled egg, cmhashu pork, corn, menma, cabbages and green onions. Spicy or mild.
Which Came 1st Chix or Egg?
A staff favorite! Fried chicken in our home-style chicken broth with soft-boiled egg, corn, menma, cabbages, and green onions. Choice of mild or spicy.
Double The Flavor Ramen
Pork and chicken broths are blended together to "double the flavor" with your favorite base (shio, shoyu) with servings of pork chashu and fried chicken, plus corn, menma, cabbages, and green onions. Choice of spicy or mild.
Our best seller. Rich, creamy tonkotsu broth with a heavy dose of garlic three ways (black garlic, crispy toasted garlic, and garlic oil) with soft-boiled egg, chashu pork, corn, menma, cabbages, and green onions. Spicy or mild.
Rich, miso-based vegetarian broth deliciously paired with curly vegan noodles. Served with crispy tofu, fresh bean sprouts, boiled cabbages, green onions and sesame nori furikake.
Shredded pork Hawaiian Kahlua-style! Slow-cooked overnight with salt, onions and pineapples served in our rich tonkotsu broth with soft-boiled egg, boiled cabbages, pineapple bits, toasted garlic and green onions. Spicy or mild.
Tonkatsu Tonkotsu What's The Difference?
Tonkatsu is the fried cutlet while tonkotsu is the rich pork broth. Combine them together and you get two classic porky goodness in one bowl! Served with soft-boiled egg, lots of shredded cabbages, green onions, pickled ginger and a drizzle of tonkatsu sauce.
Spicy Taiwan Ramen
Nope, this ramen did not come from Taiwan but from Nagoya, Japan. Classic spicyminced pork pairedk with our light homemade chicken broth for that sharp, flavorful explosion on the palate, plus soft-boiled egg, veggies and nori. Just ask if you want to go heavy on the spice.
Ramune Japanese Soda
Super popular Japanese soda in fun bottles (6.76 oz). Choice of Original, Strawberry, Orange, Lychee, Melon, Watermelon, Grape.
Choice of Coke, Sprite, Fanta (12 oz cans). Dasani Sparkling (Black Cherry, Lime, Pomegranate-Blueberry, Berry (12 oz cans). Coke Energy (12 oz can).