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Ramen Rookie I Be Pho,Miso,Shoyu,Shio n Red Curry BACON Rice
As a Rookie Ramen eater I be getting a lesson in Japanese meals a big bowl of explosive flavorful broth, veggie n noodle with many more add on's. Instant Ramen was invented 1958 and came to America in 1971 yes I've eating thousands of packs and bowls not really having the pleasure of the real deal until now. In Tokyo alone had over 4000 Ramen shops with many unique regional styles I'm proud to have DETROIT Style Ramen.
The hottest dish talked about be the Bacon Rice yep Pork Belly n goodies on top of white rice it works well as a side dish you truly must try. Tried 3 big bowls to date with the Red Curry as the hit that has be addicted to the most crafted broth ever eaten,,,a whole lotta Love goes into brewing this concoction I assure you.
Ramen – Ramen is a Japanese noodle soup that consists of wheat noodles served with pork of other types of meat. The broth is usually tonkotsu (pork bone broth), miso (soy bean) or soy sauce. Ramen is of Chinese origin and it is unclear when ramen was introduced to Japan. The noodle soup is always served with various toppings from seaweed, corn, boiled egg, garlic and many others.
Finally made the trip for quality bursting with flavor dishes n bowls made with Detroit Love, I truly can see why so busy, easy in fast service this evening, Super Service by Victoria Martin , had the delightful Red Curry WOWED beyond expectations with a explosion of spices. One Japanese Beer very good along the the already Famous Bacon Rice Bowl a unique dish not to be missed. THANKS Jaques n Les for your creative genius on this place, , be back soon to work me way into more menu goodies. — at Johnny Noodle King.
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Unique Eclectic Authentic Ramen also Sake Japanese Beers makes this a must visit. Johnny Noodle King in Detroit on Fort one block from the Ambassador bridge
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