Sunday, July 13, 2014

Tomukun Noodle Bar - Let's talk Ramen

Ramen is a Japanese noodle soup dish. It consists of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in a meat- or fish-based broth, often flavored with soy sauce or miso, and uses toppings such as sliced pork, dried seaweed, kamaboko, and green onions.
Ramen comes in various shapes and lengths. It may be thick, thin, or even ribbon-like, as well as straight or wrinkled.

Tomukun offers a variety of Noodle dishes, including a collection of Ramen options.
When it comes to Tomukun's Ramen, I feel the broth at toppings are more relevant then the noodles.

Pho Ramen

I am a big fan of Pho, the broth is delicious!   
I had to give the Pho Ramen a try, and it was really good.  The only difference between the two was the noodles so I will go back to the Pho noodles next time.

Spicy Beef Ramen

Watch out!  The heat builds with this one.  If you like the comfort of Ramen and want something spicy, this is perfect for you.  I like the fresh bean sprouts for a light crunch.

Duck Ramen

If you like the dark meat of chicken give this one a try, they cook the duck perfectly, nothing greasy about it.

They serve it with a light poultry broth, soft boiled egg, and a few greens.

Great for a day you want something a bit lighter to eat.  

I'm getting this one again.

View my previous Tomukun Post for more Ramen notes.

Check them out and see how Ramen can be a comfort food, going way beyond College cheap eats.

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