How to eat Ramen-Ya
Brought to you by the owners of Lan Pan Asian Cafe:
Our mission is to bring you the most delicious and exciting Japanese noodle soups using the highest quality ingredients and authentic recipes. Whether it’s using only organic soft boiled eggs, long simmered bone-broths, or Sakura pork belly, we take the utmost care from start to finish to ensure you have the best ramen eating experience. If you’re in the mood for a creamy white pork broth with thin hakata-style noodles, we got you covered. You say you don’t eat pork? Try our chicken-bone broth based ramens. And even if you’re not a vegetarian, our garden ramen will turn you into a convert.
Not in the mood for ramen- try some of our amazing fried rices, including our kimchee fried rice made with house-made kimchee pickles. Or pick from our list of starters and make a meal from our small plates. And you might even see a favorite or two from our pan asian sister location.
Complementing our food is a concise list of Japanese craft beers, boutique cold sakes, and Japanese non-alcoholic options.
And don’t forget to leave room for our mochi ice cream.
Ramen was originally a Chinese noodle soup that was adopted and adapted to suit Japanese taste buds. The foundation starts with a proprietary broth made from pork, chicken, fish, or a combination that is carefully simmered for hours or days, to make the most concentrated liquid elixir. Swimming in this soup are fresh noodles that have been carefully chosen to complement the broth. The toppings may include pork belly, chicken, vegetables, and usually a soft boiled flavored egg. Ramen is considered an anytime food in Japan and is eagerly consumed for lunch, dinner, and often late at night. So come right in and indulge your ramen craving.