Throughout Japan, nearly every region has its own variation on their own styles and flavors of ramen. With thousands of possible flavors and varieties, ramen is unique in that each dish is born from a chef’s unconstrained idea and concept. In Japan, Ramen is known as “comfort food”, a bowl of ramen contains the trifecta of soup, noodles and toppings which is enjoyed all year round. With that in mind, we thought it made perfect sense to provide Sapporo style ramen to Texas.
A basic ramen contains broth, which is simmered essence of pork, chicken, beef or seafood, and is seasoned with soy sauce, salt, miso and other various ingredients. Followed by ramen noodles cooked to al dente and topped with chashu (simmered pork) and tamago (flavored boiled egg) are also commonly used, as well as a number of vegetables like sweet corn, bean sprouts or dried seaweed.