Soy Sauce Ramen, Sushi Tora's Shyu ramen has a semi-clear brown colored broth based on a chicken and vegetable stock combined with a precise amount of Japanese Soy Taré resulting in a soup that is tangy, salty, and savory yet still light on the palate. Since Our Shyu ramen is the lightest flavored ramen we prepare it with curly noodles rather than straight ones to capture more of the broth while eating. By contrast, the straighter noodles can be found in our tonkotsu ramen which has a much heavier broth. Sushi Tora's Shyu ramen is adorned with menma (marinated bamboo shoots), Negi (green onions), kamaboko (fish cakes), soft boiled eggs, black pepper, and sliced chsh (roasted pork). This bowl is recommended for those who have a lighter palate, enjoy the taste of soy sauce, and are new to the world of ramen. It is a great introductory noodle soup with familiar flavors making it easily palatable.
Fermented Soy Bean Ramen, Miso ramen is a relative newcomer to the scene, having reached national prominence around 1965. This uniquely Northern Japanese ramen is a regional variation of the dish from Hokkaido, the Northern island of Japan. Sushi Tora's miso ramen features a broth that combines Japanese miso Taré with chicken, vegetable and pork stocks to create a thick, nutty, slightly sweet and hearty soup served with wavy noodles to capture the perfect ratio of taste. Sushi Tora's Miso ramen broth has a robust, tangy flavor, so it stands up to our variety of flavorful toppings. Sushi Tora's Miso ramen is adorned with menma (marinated bamboo shoots), Negi (green onions), kamaboko (fish cakes), soft boiled eggs, black pepper, and sliced chsh (roasted pork). This bowl is recommended for those who have a stronger palate, enjoy the taste of miso soup, and are already comfortable with different types of ramen. It is a great intermediate noodle soup for those who are interested in something new.
Pork Bone Marrow Ramen, Sushi Tora's Tonkotsu ramen has a cloudy (near opaque) white colored broth. It has a thick broth made from boiling pork bones, fat, and collagen over low heat for many hours, which suffuses the broth with a hearty pork flavor and a creamy consistency that rivals milk or melted butter. Sushi Tora's Tonkotsu broth is then blended with a very flavorful Japanese Salted Soy Taré. The noodles served with this bowl are thin and straight, to let the soup run off easily in compensation for the richness of the broth. Sushi Tora's Tonkotsu ramen is adorned with menma (marinated bamboo shoots), Negi (green onions), kamaboko (fish cakes), soft boiled eggs, black pepper, sliced chsh (roasted pork), and benishoga (pickled Ginger). This bowl is recommended for those who have a strong palate, enjoy the taste of pork, and are connoisseurs of Japanese ramen. Tonkotsu ramen is comfort food for anyone who has visited Japan and an enticing invitation for anyone planning to go.
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